Original Seascape Formentera, Spain The inspiration for this seascape painting came from a beach on the Spanish island of Formentera, and the beautiful blue hues of the Mediterranean Sea! The canvas is made of Texas-grown organic cotton and is hand-stretched and hand-primed. The wood stretcher bars are FSC-certified and the all-natural gesso primer is madeContinue reading “Original Formentera Seascape Painting on Canvas”
The Torre del Oro in Seville, Spain, is a remnant of the Moorish history that is intertwined into southern Spain. Built in the year 1220 with lime and straw mortar, along the the Guadalquivir River, it served to protect Seville from attacks. After Fernando III of Castile conquered the city in 1248, the tower wasContinue reading “Torre del Oro Painting”
Earlier this summer, I received a nice compliment on a bullfight painting that I did about 6 years ago: This painting was done from a photo that my wife took at a bullfight in Seville, Spain, in 2004, at the famous Plaza de la Maestranza de Caballería. The person who commented was very interested in theContinue reading “Painting from La Plaza de Toros de la Maestranza de Caballería de Sevilla”
This is a black ink illustration with red watercolor paint of a Spanish flamenco dress, which I based off of one I saw in a storefront window in Sevilla. Prints are available here!
These are figurative illustrations of flamenco artwork, made with charcoal, ink and acrylic paint. Paper (framed and unframed) and canvas prints are available here.
This artwork is an ink and watercolor rendering of a flamenco dancer with a polka dot dress:
A watercolor painting inspired by oranges on the streets of Sevilla, Spain.
Coffee is a daily pastime of mine, which is probably why I love to paint cafes and coffee so much. This watercolor painting shows a sunny street, a parked red bike, and a cafe beckoning you to enter, sit down, take your time, and sip on a coffee. Now that sounds like a day wellContinue reading “Bike and Cafe Watercolor Painting”
The bullfight….controversial, yes, but an event that is woven within the fabric of Spanish culture. My wife went to a bullfight several years ago in Sevilla and didn’t enjoy it, but I have to say, I do appreciate the flair that goes into it. I’m also fascinated by the elegant dress and bright colorsContinue reading “Spanish Bullfight Painting”