8x10 Oil on Panel
Original & Prints Available
I’ll go back a bit and show you some of my tropical paintings, since I don’t currently have any others of the southwest.
This is a painting of a house I saw while walking the south side of Grand Cayman several years ago. I got the idea for doing a series with palm trees and architecture, shortly after returning home. The cottages are so bright and colorful. I doubt they had any paint color restrictions, like our neighborhoods do here. I also enjoyed seeing the vegetation and the stone walls that had shells imbedded in the cement. Most residents use conch shells to decorate their front yards and fences. (So cool!)
I am always fascinated by artwork that has great use of color. When you look at subjects literally like I do, it is often hard to be creative… and I’m working on that J. But these structures required little thought beyond what was actually there.