This painting is a scene about 20 miles north of Tahlequah,
Oklahoma and a location utilized quite a bit by the students
of Northeastern State University for recreation in warm
weather. Also, in summer this river sees quite a few canoes
and kayaks passing through this area. This is oil on
canvas, 11" x 14".
Got out the water color set while on vacation
and painted this scene while sitting in Ellis Square in
Savannah, Georgia. Love those palmetto trees
along the streets there. This was painted on a
9" x 12" size piece of bristol board with gouache.
This small store and seafood place were alongside a marina
that specialized in deep sea fishing ventures. Located east of
Savannah on the highway to Tybee Island. Hot day that day.
This is 18" x 24" oil on board.
This scene was painted after a photoshoot north of
Pawhuska, Oklahoma, the "entrance" to the tallgrass preserve, which
is a large land area that pretty much looks like Oklahoma prior
to statehood at the turn of the last century. Of course, there
have been changes such as fencing, etc..