Lowcountry Inspiration

This year, the family gathered on Hilton Head Island to celebrate Christmas. The first part of the week was rainy, as much of the southeast was right before the holiday. Thankfully, the second half of the week cleared up, and we were able to get some beach and golf time in.

This area of the country has provided a lot of subject matter from my paintings, from coastal scenes to wildlife and working boats.

Lowcountry Shrimpers
Morning Walk

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Rivers and Roads

In this artist statement, I explain how my love for waterways started back when I was a boy, and my father would take me with him to the Pittsburgh wharves during his truck deliveries.  I came across some old photos depicting that period in time.   In this first photo, if you look closely, you’ll see the river and some working boats in the back.   I also find the old trucks pretty interesting.  

Cutting Edge

I worked on another series of sailboat paintings this summer, based on the scenes around Deep Creek Lake’s thriving Flying Scot community. Cutting Edge  is one of the pieces in the series.  A few of them sold before the paint dried, but this is still available for purchase at the Garrett County Arts Council’s Gallery Shop.

CuttingEdger

Cutting Edge
Original Watercolor on Canvas
36″x48″

To purchase the original painting, please contact the Garrett County Art’s Council.

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