Original Painting of The Barn at One Loudoun “The Barn in Summer” Recently I had the pleasure to paint a commissioned painting of the barn located in the One Loudoun neighborhood. It’s painted on an 11″ x 14″ linen canvas, with oil, gouache and acrylic paints, and a tad bit of black ink! To readContinue reading “New One Loudoun Barn Painting”
I recently had the pleasure to do a house painting of a home in One Loudoun, on a hand-constructed 22″ x 28″ organic cotton canvas. This particular painting was done with acrylic and gouache paints, in a more modern style, rather than traditional realism. The homeowners asked that I include their cat, of which theyContinue reading “New One Loudoun House Painting”
Getting close to finishing this painting! After the paint for the trees dries up (still need to finish the trees on the left-hand side), I’ll add in the foliage. This painting will be a part of the One Loudoun Spring Fine Art Exhibit on May 19th in Ashburn. Painted on Green Artist Canvas.
This is an oil painting work-in-progress for the One Loudoun Fine Art Exhibit on May 19th from 6-8pm! Exchange Street is the main street that runs through the One Loudoun neighborhood here in Ashburn, Virginia.
Here is a sneak preview of one of the paintings I am currently working on, which will be exhibited on May 19th from 6-8pm at The Barn at One Loudoun here in Ashburn, VA!
This oil painting is of a stream and forest here in our neighborhood in Ashburn, Virginia! Painted on a 16″ x 20″ organic cotton canvas.
Did you know that red and green are complementary colors on the color wheel? Complementary colors are pleasing to the human eye. No wonder that barns are traditionally painted red, given that they are often surrounded by green! This acrylic painting of a red barn against a backdrop of green forest is painted on gallery-wrappedContinue reading ““Sun Shining on the Red Barn” Painting”
With the new pathway to the One Loudoun clubhouse, it’s easy to walk from our residential part of the neighborhood to the clubhouse. Not only that, it’s a nice walk through nature! You get to walk along the creek, cross over it on the bridge, and continue along the wooden pathway as the trees yield toContinue reading “Watercolor of the One Loudoun Clubhouse”
Springtime Painting in the Park Yesterday was such a beautiful day outside that I decided to pack my art supplies and walk down to the Saranac Linear Park here in One Loudoun with my son in his stroller. Painting ‘plein air’ (painting outdoors on-site) isn’t something I’ve normally done, but the idea of it sounded fun,Continue reading “Painting ‘Plein Air’ – Springtime at Saranac Park”
Over the past week I’ve been trying to do a painting of the Barn at One Loudoun, which is a beautiful sight to behold, but I didn’t particularly like what I did each time I made an attempt at it. Not that they turned out ugly, but rather, it just didn’t feel like my styleContinue reading “Morning in the Park – One Loudoun Painting”