The majority of these are painted on site, “en plein air”. Larger pieces are executed in the studio using plein air sketches and photographs for reference. Those titles with parentheses refer to specific Peconic Land Trust sites.
Inspired mainly by the bounty of surrounding farms, or from other personal connections.
All paintings, with the exception of “The Reader”, were done alla prima (literally meaning “at once”) from life. “The Reader” was built up from grisaille with successive passes of color.