landscapes

From time to time, I post a few additonal photos of my new & old paintings, drawings, etc. to the ART page of this blog site. Here are few landscape images painted or drawn over the years. These do not include the (“purely”) seascape/cloudscape pieces posted to the ART page. Visit that page from time to time to see the fuller, occasionally expanding, catalog of various images posted there.

 

SON OF

Sonora (detail) mixed media ©

 

helmet

Kachina Head Bluff   –  plein air sketch, enlarged  (watercolor on paper)  ©

 

temple

tiny pencil drawing, much enlarged. graphite on paper, circa 1987-89. one small panel (approx 1″ x 1.5″)  of a compound, multi-panel drawing, total on 8″ x 10″ paper. ©

collage temple

© collage on paper approx 5″x 5″. old-fashioned scissor cut & paste. Based on drawing above. Made the drawing, then a few years later found elements from which to make the collage. circa 1990-92.

 

marin landscape

Marinscape  (wc on paper)   ©

 

canyon gold one

gold canyon wallplein air   watercolor on paper ©

 

lapsang mtns

In the Lapsang Souchong Mountains ©

snow one

snow two

 

tut

self-portrait as pleir air painter-pilgrim, pencil on paper, enlarged ©

easel one

(I shall attempt to find a better photo of this colored drawing)

easel two

 

himal

Kali Gandaki Gorge, Himalayan travel sketchbook page ©

watercolor, graphite, ink  on paper

 

desert

under a high desert sky , watercolor on paper  ©

 

bright meadow

oil pastel/paper  plein air mountain meadow path landscape ©

mtn mtn

detail of above (oil pastel on paper) ©

 

sparkle

detail of above (oil pastel on paper) ©

 

pine

 detail of Himalayan sketchbook page (see above) ©

 

bluff 2

desert landscape, oil on canvas (detail) plein air ©

 

desert horizon

desert dream ©

 

desert 2

 under a high desert sky monoprint ©

 

camper van man

camping scene – pencil drawing, greatly enlarged © not much of a landscape, of course, but it reflects the camp setting of many of my plein air landscape paintings & drawings for several years, as a solitary artist-pilgrim retreatant. Drawn just after my now late sweetheart-wife & I met, reflecting on life up to that encounter, after which there were two camp chairs on site…

 

 

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