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Rock Creek, Montana

Rock Creek, Montana. Original oil painting on wood panel. This painting was painted en plein air on location. The inspiration is taken from a specific moment and was not touched again in the studio. After the paint has dried it’s then varnished with Gamvar varnish...

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White tree in Princeville, Kauai. Any chance somebody knows what the name of this tree is? It was on the island of Kauai. You’ll be helping me name this painting properly if you do. Thanks!
Vaseaux Creek.
Vaseux Lake. Happy Father’s Day! Especially to my papa! @mr.wjlucas
Tuc el Nuit stormy view. Was a doozy today. Had to sit out two rain sessions. I’ve learned that the small windows between the rain bursts are by far the most interesting. This was one of those tranquil moments.
Knotty Pines above oliver. A favourite place to study.
Ryegrass Rd. Thanks to those that have made recent purchases. Still have lots available to those that are kicking tires. Send a message to inquire about availability and prices. Thanks!
McIntyre Creek Rd. Had to pull the shoot on this one. Although I’m not dissatisfied with where it ended up. Storm was rolling in and I had a 20 min. Ride home. All in all, banged two of these out today. Love these cloudy/stormy days with no rain. Gotta be one of the best times of the year!
McIntyre Bluff from Vaseux Lake. Keepin things real lose today.
After the storm above Oliver. Got rained out a couple of times, but with a bit of patience, I was able to complete today’s painting. Almost pulled the plug. Glad I didn’t.
Off Knippleberg Rd. Back in the saddle after a small hiatus. It’s been a great beginning of summer despite all the shitty things that have been going on in the world right now. Hard to think that painting is of any importance in a time when a pandemic is happening a overdue protests around the globe are also simultaneously occurring. Perhaps there is not a better time to be painting. Standing alone on the edge of this windy hill in the Okanagan is where things seem to make most sense. I’ll continue doing this more often in the near future. On another note, I hooked up a new way to explore some new painting areas. Swipe right to see what I’m talking about. I’m looking forward to painting and giving much overdue love to the Okanagan, the place we call home for most of the time. Thanks for reading, and be well, all.
White tree in Princeville, Kauai. Any chance somebody knows what the name of this tree is? It was on the island of Kauai. You’ll be helping me name this painting properly if you do. Thanks!
Vaseaux Creek.
Vaseux Lake. Happy Father’s Day! Especially to my papa! @mr.wjlucas
Tuc el Nuit stormy view. Was a doozy today. Had to sit out two rain sessions. I’ve learned that the small windows between the rain bursts are by far the most interesting. This was one of those tranquil moments.
Knotty Pines above oliver. A favourite place to study.
Ryegrass Rd. Thanks to those that have made recent purchases. Still have lots available to those that are kicking tires. Send a message to inquire about availability and prices. Thanks!
McIntyre Creek Rd. Had to pull the shoot on this one. Although I’m not dissatisfied with where it ended up. Storm was rolling in and I had a 20 min. Ride home. All in all, banged two of these out today. Love these cloudy/stormy days with no rain. Gotta be one of the best times of the year!
McIntyre Bluff from Vaseux Lake. Keepin things real lose today.
After the storm above Oliver. Got rained out a couple of times, but with a bit of patience, I was able to complete today’s painting. Almost pulled the plug. Glad I didn’t.
Off Knippleberg Rd. Back in the saddle after a small hiatus. It’s been a great beginning of summer despite all the shitty things that have been going on in the world right now. Hard to think that painting is of any importance in a time when a pandemic is happening a overdue protests around the globe are also simultaneously occurring. Perhaps there is not a better time to be painting. Standing alone on the edge of this windy hill in the Okanagan is where things seem to make most sense. I’ll continue doing this more often in the near future. On another note, I hooked up a new way to explore some new painting areas. Swipe right to see what I’m talking about. I’m looking forward to painting and giving much overdue love to the Okanagan, the place we call home for most of the time. Thanks for reading, and be well, all.
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