I recently had an inquiry about work inspired by Swallow Falls State Park. All of the paintings that I created around this subject matter have sold, so I thought it was time to create a few new ones. Here is the first of two, Runoff.
I’ve been thinking about my Garrett County friends lately, as they are having a cold and snowy weather. No matter how you feel about wintry weather, it makes for good subject matter.
This is a small original that I created for a Christmas card several years back. The scenes is from Turkey Neck Road, near my home in the area. The original is not for sale, but you can get fine art prints, cards and other items at Fine Art America.
Winter has arrived in the Northeast. While I’m enjoying warmer weather now, winter scenes have always been something I enjoyed painting. Queen Bee tells me that “nobody wants to see snow,” but I tend to think otherwise. What do you think?
Its Autumn Glory Weekend in Garrett County, Maryland. Whether you can visit Deep Creek Lake or the Oakland Arts & Entertainment District this weekend or not, you can view SEYMOUR, a virtual artist marketplace.
Featuring Garrett County Artists
SEYMOUR, at www.seymourart.org, features the work of over twenty artists from the area. If you’re in town, they have a public art unveiling in the Oakland A&E District, where artists pair up with local businesses. Read more about this virtual marketplace here.
Earlier this summer, I posted about sailing on Deep Creek Lake and inspiration for my sailboat painting. If you ever wanted to learn more about this group of ardent sailors, an excellent place to start is Ellen Tran’s weekly article in The Garrett County Republican. Ellen reports the weekly race and sailing activity, providing enough detail and photos to feel like you’re almost there. Her latest Sailing the Best View is a good one. Enjoy.
Pictured here is Shapes in Motion.