Monday, December 3, 2018

Finished October Paintings



It seems like an eternity since October, but it wasn't. It also wasn't the most productive month but I think I'm getting better, at least most of the time, and now I've been "tweaking" them in the studio, just a tiny bit, and this may actually make a difference. Anyway, here are most of the paintings from October:




 #1302  Seaview Ave.  Milford, CT. 10-3-18  11x12



 #1303  Smith & 9th St.  Brooklyn NY.  10-4-18  14x16



 #1304  W. 66th & riverside Dr.  New York, NY.  10-4-18  1304



 #1305  Last flower  10-7-18  10x7



#1307  C.R,54 Schaghticoke, NY. 10-10-18  14x16



#1308  Port of Albany,  Albany,  NY. 10-12-18  11x12 



 #1310  Along the Battenkill @ stateline.  Salem,  NY.  10-14-18  12x9



#1311  Amsterdam @ W. 60th St.  New York,  NY.  10-17-18  14x16



#1312  10-17-18  Rt. 32, Cohoes, NY, 10-10-18-18  14x13



 #1313  Hoosic River@ Buskirk's Bridge,  Buskirk, NY.  10-20-18  8x10




#1314  Greenwich Cemetery 10-21-18  11x12



#1315  Battenkill @ Battenville Bridge, Greenwich, NY.  10-25-18  13x14



#1316  Port of Rensselaer, Rensselaer, NY. 10-26-18 12x16



 #1317  Makita saw  10-27-18  11x12



  #1318  Rail Platform, Newtonville, MA.  10-30-18  14x16


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2 comments:

  1. Like your work with the impasto and sketch style without a lot of details, especially your river and green landscape. I find small work important but wonder if you paint larger like 22X28" which I think is the perfect format for landscapes and homes. Keep working for the perfect painting which of course never happens.

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