ROAD TRIP STUDIES

One of my favorite past times is taking a Road Trip.  I love to take day hops or a short four-day excursion to a neighboring destination.  I will spend time photographing the adventure for inspiration in the studio. Then when I get home I will create small studies to later create in a larger size.  I offer these studies ready to frame. A smaller original painting at a small price.

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ROAD TO SANTA FE

This painting was created when joyful feeling of an anticipated trip with good friends got finalized.  I love going to Santa Fe and the memories from four years ago still linger in my mind’s eye.  I am looking forward to going again. “Road To Santa Fe” 14″ X 11″ Acrylic on 3/4″ Gallery Wrap Canvas, … Continue reading ROAD TO SANTA FE

ROAD TO PORT SAN LUIS

I love going to Port San Luis to watch the seals and the fishing boats coming into harbor with their catch of the day. This was viewed early in the morning when most of the fisher man had already left for their fishing grounds.  I had the perfect view of the harbor from this vantage … Continue reading ROAD TO PORT SAN LUIS

CRUISING THE COAST

I could have painted this blind folded, well maybe not but I traveled this road every work day for nine years. Not bad for my commute.  So I decided to paint this Road Trip beauty as a memory, and in anticipation of an up coming trip back to the Central Coast. “Cruising The Coast” 11″ … Continue reading CRUISING THE COAST

PASSING THROUGH SANTA BARBARA

I have always liked the architecture of the Santa Barbara area and the feeling of another era of opulence and wealth. This lovely building is off the 101 just above East Beach.  I captured the emotion as I dream of myself living in this beautiful place. “Passing Through Santa Barbara” 14″ X 11″ Acrylic on … Continue reading PASSING THROUGH SANTA BARBARA

LOOKING OVER AVILA

This is a view from San Luis Bay Inn which stands on a hill above Avila Beach.  Though I have been to Avila many times I have never seen it from this vantage point.  It was very interesting, and the road below heads North toward Port San Luis.  A perfect vignette for my “Road Trip” … Continue reading LOOKING OVER AVILA