Dry Season (Pristine California) oil/canvas 16" x 20"
Summer in California. Dry orange grass shades to mauve; scrub foliage stays green: a marriage of seductive coloring and a sculptured landscape beneath a hazy sky.
Logs 2017 oil/panel 9 x 12
Path to Coyote Hills oil on panel 8" x 10"
These picturesquely eroded cliffs mark the Western edge of the still undeveloped wildlife corridor known as Coyote Hills. Sadly, in spite of efforts to preserve this wild area, it may be soon overtaken by a housing development.
Collection: Fullerton Collegge
Piney Path oil/panel 12 x 9
Where Golf Balls Go 2013 oil/canvas 12" x 14"
This delightfully shady path covered with pine needles is a favorite place for walkers at Clark Regional Park in Fullerton. And because it is next to the Coyote Hills golf club, it is also a good place to look for stray golf balls.
Turning Tree oil on panel 6" x 6"
A display of Fall color as the green leaves turn yellow and red. Another scene from Clark Park.
Tree Study - Clark Park oil/panel 14 x 11
In Fall oil on panel 6 " x 6"
Capturing the effect of the changing color of the leaves as well as the contrasting colors of tree trunks provide the interest for me in this small celebration of Fall. Painted at Clark Regional Park, Fullerton.
Hazy Morning. oil on panel 6" x 6 "
A variation on Parking Station Nine. Taken from the same spot, this small painting captures the mood of the sun burning through the morning haze. Frame is included.
Towards Coyote Hills oil on canvas 9 x 12
Painted in morning light over a three day period from the last parking space at Clark park, the eroded mud of West Coyote Hills shows in the distance.
Collection: Tom Stark
Distant Hills oil/panel 9 x 12
Lavender Trail oil/panel 8" x 10"
A trail meanders through dry yellow oragne meadows winding towards a screen of purple-violet trees. A late winter afternoon view of Clark Park.
SummerPlayground 2017 oil/panel 14 x 11"
Parking Station Nine oil on panel 9" x 12"
Hazy Path Clark Park 2017 11 x 14
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