To the Lighthouse

I've coined the term 'CurviDeLinearism' to describe my recent paintings where I focus on delineated sections of canvas -miniature abstracts that together form a representational whole. "To the Lighthouse" at first did not have a lighthouse. I painted the sections of clouds, sky and ocean emphasizing the movement and energy of the water with flowing diagonals. However something was missing...

An artist visiting my studio recommended 'something vertical' to anchor the painting. Yes! Just what it needed and what better anchor than a lighthouse, so symbolic of safety and hope in troubled times! It helps to have other sets of eyes to help see your art (thank you Julia)!

"To the Lighthouse"
30"H x 24"W x 1.5"D
Oil on Gallery-Wrapped Canvas
"Come Sail Away"
24"H x 30"W x 1.5"D
Oil on Gallery-Wrapped Canvas

For the lighthouse, I referred back to a commissioned oil painting loosely based on the Camden Maine lighthouse. It was such a fun commission capitalizing on my love for oceanscapes, stormy skies and Prussian blue! (You can see thefinished painting here). 
ArtFully yours,