Today at the studio I took aim at the Outer Banks. In March I will need to take new paintings to both of my galleries on the OBX, and I only have five or six ready to go. So, beaches and oceans and soundsides and sailboats at anchor. Dunes and tall skinny pines and long roads, bordered on one side by dunes and on the other by telephone poles and the salt flats of Pea Island Wildlife Refuge.
Sometimes, too, there is Ocracoke, with its wild ponies and long, uninhabited beaches. The small village at the southern tip of the island is another source of material for paintings.
The Few, the Precious
and on paper: