Just South of Waco down I-35 the land starts to shift from the plains of North Texas to the Hill Country of Central Texas. This painting portrays that shift as the weather also shifts from hot early summer day to thunderstorms. This painting is in a private collection in Midlothian, Texas.
A town square is part of a Texans' psyche. I chose to paint this one to symbolize them all.
This painting symbolized all of those young people but is also a portrait of my son and daughter-in-law as they enjoy their boat on the lake's inviting surface.
On several of my trips across, dolphins followed and jumped along with the ferry. This is my favorite section of the Texas Gulf Coast and this ferry painting seems to catch the smell of the early morning gulf air.
That's true. To me, the track is about people, beautiful architecture and the hot afternoon sun.
This is a painting you need to see in person due to it's "darkness" and purple light contrasts. It does not photograph well but sparkles in reality.