Paintings for Sale

Two Pines at World's End, Hingham: Original Oil Painting

15 3/4"w x 15 3/4"h x 1 1/2"d

While out for a cross country ski at World's End Park in Hingham, MA I saw these two pines were with their relationship, growing close enough to touch, they are at the edge of the tree line, they made a beautiful pattern against the open sky above the hill and field behind them. It was the soft grasses poking through the snow at their bases that originally caught my eye. The variety of patterns and colors in a simple snowy scene, is peaceful and quite. I see these two trees every time I visit the park, and the scene is always changing with the season around their silhouettes.

Our Barn and Orchard in Presque Isle: Original Oil Paining.

27 1/2"h x 27 1/2"w x 1 1/2"d

This is the barn I grew up with- it served as my dad's art studio, a hang out place for me and my friends, a gardening center for my sister and I. It was built into and on a hill it had a lower part with a dirt floor, an first floor with a place for an old horse stall and chicken coops, it had a hay loft with door in the floor. This barn separated the front of our house and yard from the backyard where it was a private get-away even in the middle of town. We planted an orchard out back with apples and a pear tree, and the larger trees from the forest behind the barn stretched out to provide shade at the bottom of the hill. Lots of work got done out here. This was where I fell in love with barns.

Fresh Snow on Trees, Cohasset: Original Oil Paining.

31 1/2"h x 31 1/2"w x 1 1/2"d

This was what our back yard looked like after receiving 2 feet of snow. No one was out driving, there was a hush, all the trees and bushes in the yard were transformed from their identifiable Lilac, Sycamore, Weeping Willow, and Redwood to lines and shapes, that were all one with their surroundings. Peaceful and elegant.

I went out in snowshoes to take some photos of the snow while it was still in the trees, I love it when the snow sticks to the branches. I thought this dreamy version of what I saw captured it best.

Little Harbor, Cohasset: Original Oil Painting.

11 3/4"w x 11 3/4"h x 1 1/2"d

This painting was made after a walk with my husband on Christmas Day. We got a fresh layer of snow, and the harbor was surrounded by a soft slush, and further out where the salt water was deeper the glassy surface was making a beautiful reflection. We were standing in the Cohasset Central Cemetery to get this view. It was one of those quiet days, with no sound- the snow was powdery, everything was silenced by the snow, and lack of activity, most people were snug in their homes for the holiday and we were out walking, investigating, and sharing this lovely view those that were here before us.


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