Frantoio Olives
Frantoio Olives

8" x 10" oil on panel
Framed, $850

Though both produce small rounded fruit, the leaves of the olive trees and grapevines couldn't be more different.  They create such different shapes and interplay of light from each other, both of which lend themselves to many different compositions.

Guest House View
Guest House View

18" x 48" oil on canvas
Framed, $5200

The panoramic approach to this composition, at its size, is intended to be engulfing when viewed in person.

Grenache on the Vine
Grenache on the Vine

12 x 16" oil on panel
sold

This was the start to the series before I knew it was going to be its own body of work.

Zinfandel Harvest
Zinfandel Harvest

12" x 16" oil on canvas
sold

Honorable Mention, Oil Painters of America, Summer 2016 Online Showcase

I loved portraying the contrasts between the roughness of the vine and the smoothness of the grapes here. Though loosely and thickly handled in many places, the naturally-produced wax on the skins of the grapes presented a great opportunity to hone in with sharp detail.

Autumn Turn
Autumn Turn

18x24" oil on panel
sold

Dry Creek Valley tends to have long hot summers, and as the leaves start to change around harvest time, it's still perfectly normal to have incredibly bright, sun-drenched days.

Frantoio Olives
Guest House View
Grenache on the Vine
Zinfandel Harvest
Autumn Turn
Frantoio Olives

8" x 10" oil on panel
Framed, $850

Though both produce small rounded fruit, the leaves of the olive trees and grapevines couldn't be more different.  They create such different shapes and interplay of light from each other, both of which lend themselves to many different compositions.

Guest House View

18" x 48" oil on canvas
Framed, $5200

The panoramic approach to this composition, at its size, is intended to be engulfing when viewed in person.

Grenache on the Vine

12 x 16" oil on panel
sold

This was the start to the series before I knew it was going to be its own body of work.

Zinfandel Harvest

12" x 16" oil on canvas
sold

Honorable Mention, Oil Painters of America, Summer 2016 Online Showcase

I loved portraying the contrasts between the roughness of the vine and the smoothness of the grapes here. Though loosely and thickly handled in many places, the naturally-produced wax on the skins of the grapes presented a great opportunity to hone in with sharp detail.

Autumn Turn

18x24" oil on panel
sold

Dry Creek Valley tends to have long hot summers, and as the leaves start to change around harvest time, it's still perfectly normal to have incredibly bright, sun-drenched days.

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