Paintings

Here you will find examples of commissioned paintings as well as those for sale in many media including oil, acrylic, watercolor and Japanese Sumi-e.
Birds Eye View
Birds Eye View

This 36” x 36” acrylic painting of a flock of pelicans flying over Jefferson Parish was commissioned for and is hanging in the Jefferson Parish government building.

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Classic Car
Classic Car

A 16" x 20" acrylic painting commission of a classic car.

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Louisiana Fishing Camp
Louisiana Fishing Camp

This 16" x 20" acrylic painting was created from a series of photographs of a fishing camp in Louisiana.

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Book Cover
Book Cover

This 16" x 20" acrylic painting of a young woman in a garden was commissioned as a book cover for a fantasy novel.

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Sumi-e Paintings
Sumi-e Paintings

Japanese Sumi-e painting is traditionally created using bamboo brushes and calligraphy ink on rice paper and silk scrolls, but may also include colorful Chinese or Japanese watercolor as seen here. The aim of this painting style is to capture the Chi or spirit of your subject matter while eliminating as many unnecessary details as possible.

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Sumi-e Swamp
Sumi-e Swamp

Japanese Sumi-e painting is traditionally created using bamboo brushes and calligraphy ink on rice paper and silk scrolls, but may also include colorful Chinese or Japanese watercolor as seen here. The aim of this painting style is to capture the Chi or spirit of your subject matter while eliminating as many unnecessary details as possible.

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Sumi-e Magnolia
Sumi-e Magnolia

Japanese Sumi-e painting is traditionally created using bamboo brushes and calligraphy ink on rice paper and silk scrolls, but may also include colorful Chinese or Japanese watercolor as seen here. The aim of this painting style is to capture the Chi or spirit of your subject matter while eliminating as many unnecessary details as possible.

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The Four Gentlemen: Orchid
The Four Gentlemen: Orchid

Japanese Sumi-e painting is traditionally created using bamboo brushes and calligraphy ink on rice paper and silk scrolls, but may also include colorful Chinese or Japanese watercolor as seen here. The aim of this painting style is to capture the Chi or spirit of your subject matter while eliminating as many unnecessary details as possible.

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Sumi-e Hibiscus
Sumi-e Hibiscus

Japanese Sumi-e painting is traditionally created using bamboo brushes and calligraphy ink on rice paper and silk scrolls, but may also include colorful Chinese or Japanese watercolor as seen here. The aim of this painting style is to capture the Chi or spirit of your subject matter while eliminating as many unnecessary details as possible.

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The Four Gentlemen: Chrysanthemum and Dragonfly
The Four Gentlemen: Chrysanthemum and Dragonfly

Japanese Sumi-e painting is traditionally created using bamboo brushes and calligraphy ink on rice paper and silk scrolls, but may also include colorful Chinese or Japanese watercolor as seen here. The aim of this painting style is to capture the Chi or spirit of your subject matter while eliminating as many unnecessary details as possible.

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