Moody, Minimalist Landscape Painting

Mountains, Streams and Lakes

The vertical is always intense in a landscape, focusing the attention in a cropping that is not how we normally experience it.

A high meadow in autumn, the angles and diagonal lines interlocking.

“Summer Fog” emerged from my mind, a set of descriptive elements that I had a yen for…

“September Dawn”, a pastel, shows how expressive color can be within a grey palette.

The view from a nearby lookout, with the Catskills’ highest peaks in the background creating a quirky set of shapes. The greyish-pinks that emerge on a thunderstormy summer day were one of the things that drew me to this image.

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