Southwest Art Magazine — June 2016

Southwest Art Magazine — June 2016

Here is an article on my work that is in the June 2016 issue of Southwest Art magazine. It must be hard to boil-down a 45-minute conversation into 250 words (or less), but that is what Laura Rintala did. It was a nice talk about my work and love of the ocean....
The Stones of Point Lobos

The Stones of Point Lobos

This slideshow requires JavaScript. Point Lobos is a California State Park with amazing beauty and diversity. The geographical features will continue to provide me with many years of inspiration to paint from. Above are a few of those spots that I like to get to once...
The Wedding Painter

The Wedding Painter

Holman Ranch Wedding The View from the Painter’s Perch Rich on the Painter’s Perch Bride and Groom see painting for first time With Bride and Groom I got to play the role as “The Wedding Painter” with some extreme plein air painting — Here is...
Garrapata Trail – California State Park

Garrapata Trail – California State Park

Since moving to Carmel in April, I have been enjoying the very different coastline than I have been used to in Southern California. Although there are rugged sections in Laguna and Malibu which provide dramatic scenery, it is very different in this central and...
Living in Carmel

Living in Carmel

It has been a few months since I have sent out an update so here you go. Carol Henry and I have been making some plans that I want to share with you. First off, we relocated to Monterey Peninsula a few months ago. Carol has had her beautiful fine art darkroom...
Old Veteran

Old Veteran

So I woke up today and looked out the window. I viewed the sun on Point Lobos, so I told Carol that I was going to head out for a couple of hours and hit the point to get some morning painting time in. Well, instead of sun, I had a glorious fog hug the side of the...
The Door to China Cove

The Door to China Cove

This 14×20″ oil painting is called “The Door to China Cove.” In what appears to be a cave near the center of this painting, is actually a passageway to the other side of this rocky formation. There is a white sand beach that you can get to. The...

San Juan Bautista

Violets are Blue – 10×12″ oil • Remembered – 10″ x 12″ oil on Birch Board Hail Mary – 10″ x 12″ oil on Birch Board I had the privilege of going to a photography workshop, however I went as a painter. Kim Weston had...