Category Archives: acrylics

Gossamer Wings


  Gossamer Wings is a soft-colored mixed media abstract painting using oil pastels, acrylic paint, charcoal, graphite and ink on 11 x 15 inches 140gsm archival paper created in an abstract expressionist style using techniques akin to Jackson Pollock with … Continue reading

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When the fog breaks


New abstract acrylic painting on canvas using softer colors and palette knife.  I love this! The signed original is 16 x 20 x .75 on gallery wrapped canvas and is available directly from the blog at a discounted $395. Through … Continue reading

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Summer Delight


End of summer fine art original mixed media painting Continue reading

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The upside to downpours


In case you haven’t heard, the Tampa Bay area has been overwhelmed by water the past week and a half. We were fortunate and avoided the early onslaught as we escaped to Maine for a beautiful wedding and a fantastic … Continue reading

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Walsh Family Crest


So a couple of years ago I painted our family crest for one of my brothers for Christmas. Thanks to a great photo, it’s available as notecards, prints and even acrylic and metallic prints through the online gallery I work … Continue reading

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So, yeah, about those flamingos


I mentioned a couple of posts ago that I was about to go on a Flamingo – painting binge.  You know, those gorgeous, brilliant salmon , pink , red , white colors of the fun iconic Florida bird.  The idea … Continue reading

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Winter’s Bone and Sinew – New Painting


> A week ago, we had two lovely snowfalls back to back.  It shut the schools down for, well, the entire week.  It also meant closure of Sharp Spring’s Natural Area, an exquisite many acres of nearly virgin land.  I … Continue reading

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