Still life, “fruit in the bowl,” painting has always been a type of painting I could care less about, but I thought I should paint some, just as a study, so I chose some rather cool-looking gourds. I’m not really sure what to think of it, whether or not it looks acceptable, but here it […]

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A Rather Large Painting

I was asked if I would be able to paint a mural for my church’s Vacation Bible School.  The theme was Medieval, and I had to come up with something along those lines.  A castle was the obvious choice for the mural, but I didn’t want it to be one of those cheap, whimsical, and […]

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At the request of my sister, I painted a simple triptych to hang over her bed.  The pieces are clean and clear and made to complement each other and the room they are in. For all you fellow watercolourists, I’ve been busy, and therefore unable to participate in   #WorldWatercolorMonth. (In fact, I’ve been a traitor, and […]

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St. Peter’s Dome

This drawing is the most detailed I have yet drafted.  It was a headache to get correct perspective, and the drawing took four days to complete, but here it is. The actual dome was redesigned by Michelangelo, as the preceding dome was, according to James Lees-Milne, “too eclectic, too pernickety, and too tasteless to have […]

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A Little Home

I’ve been wanting to get this idea of a painting out, and I finally have.  I was afraid it would be a failure, as halfway through the painting I felt eminent doom, but I kept going and managed to save it. This could be anywhere.  It looks to me as though it were in the […]

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The Mill

While travelling around the county, I discovered a small mill.  It was so small that I thought it must have been a springhouse, but millstones and various architectural features confirmed it most certainly was a mill.  It sits abandoned and decaying, but it still managed to charm me.  I painted the following based on what […]

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The Mausoleum

When my siblings and I were younger, we had the chance to go to work with dad on special days.  We would excitedly get up at 5am to drive down to Baltimore to spend the rest of the day in a cemetery.  The cemetery wasn’t just any burial ground, it was Greenmount.  Just about the […]

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