Reminds me of those cold days in Autumn when the storms come passing by. Not to chilly but just enough to trigger all those feeling you know all to well of what's coming in the next few months. Have your boots on?
I'm doing Portrait Commissions in an impressionistic style like you see above. If you have a Family member or Relative etc. you would like to have painted, email me. Here's a run down for the above.
Oil on Panel
Shipping and Insurance: approx. $20
I do offer a payment plan for any portrait done. If you want a different size, framed, unframed, or on stretched linen or panel let me know through email. If your in the Houston, Galveston area, and want to set up a session let me know through email.
A local fisherman at the Galveston Causeway Marina. I'm taking Portrait commissions if your wanting to have a portrait done of yourself or family member in this style of painting. Email me if your interested.
A work in progress? Galveston has it's fair share of sailboats. This just happened to be one in limbo. Amazin Grace is the name of this sailboat. We used to have an O'day 22' sloop rigged sailboat that didn't have a trailer in was docked at Clearlake in one of the Marinas. It needed some repairs so we found a nice boat trailer that was for a flat bottom boat and welded some supports to brace the boat. It was quite an ordeal to geat it all organized since we had to lift the boat with a crane and then scrape the underside before setting her down on the supports.
One of my other preoccupations is painting cows in the field, the other is seascape related paintings. Funny thing is cows don't mind the company. I guess they do seem bored out there munching all day.
One of the many jetties on Galveston Island, the 47th jetty. Sometimes you can see corks floating around that fisherman have lost, tangled into the rocks below. When the tide rolls in and the water is still clear you can see them swishing around as the waves pass by.
One of the locals surfing a small set at the Seawall on Galveston Island, Texas. Similar to the other painting I did and what caught my eye is getting the shadow of the surfer on the whitewater a nice plus.
West Bay near San Luis Pass on Galveston Island is a good place to go fishing.This is late in the evening as the sun had already started setting. The mosquitoes weren't to bad as there was a nice breeze to push them along.