Maine July 2021 – Part II, oil paintings

The oil paintings from our trip to Maine are the definitive proof that the sun did come out occasionally!

Early Morning, Dutch Neck Road, July 10th,
Oil on wood panel, with scraping,
18 x 24″,
2021

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The socks were not a fashion statement but necessary protection from mosquitos and ticks – ah the joy of plein air painting!

Trees and Shadows, Medomak River, July 5th,
Oil on wood panel, with scraping,
12 x 12″,
2021
Medomak River, Dutch Neck Road, July 5th,
Oil on canvas board, with scraping,
9 x 12″,
2021

Tree, Dutch Neck Road, July 7th,
Oil on canvas board, with black chalk and scraping,
12 x 9″,
2021

Trees, Dutch Neck Road, July 7th,
Oil on wood panel, with black chalk and
scraping,
18 x 24″,
2021

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MG painting, Medomak River, July 7th, 2021,
PHOTO – Mark Powell
Tidal Inlet, Medomak River, July 7th,
Oil on canvas board, with black chalk and scraping,
18 x 24″,
2021

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Rocks, Low Tide, Medomak River, July 14th,
Oil on wood panel, with black chalk and scraping,
18 x 24″,
2021

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Smashed palette, July 14th, 2021

I had thought that it was probably sensible to stop oil painting a few days before our long drive home. Accidentally dropping  my glass palette after finishing Rocks, Low Tide, Medomak River made that decision definitive…

6 Comments

  1. So glad you are still here. I love the freshness of your work and your need to paint even in your quarantine hotel.

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