Have a look through my sketchbooks. You can explore the brushstrokes and pencil marks in detail and watch videos of the pictures being made.
Click on image to magnify scale, and click the play button on the video to see the glass art in action.
Everything in this exhibit is painted in casein, an ancient milk-based paint that preceded acrylic. Click on the image and use the thumbnail slider to enlarge.
When the image is enlarged, click on "Details" in the upper left for more info.
Sunset from the Rhinecliff Dock in the Hudson Valley.
Kirkside Park, in the Catskill Mountains in Roxbury, New York.
Field combat armor, painted in the Armory Museum in Massachusetts.
Portrait of Al, one of the blacksmiths at Sturbridge Village in Massachusetts.
Lime Rock Park race track, for many years the home of Grand Am Racing.
View from the parking lot behind the Historic Diner in Red Hook, New York.
Icelandic sheep on the Dancing Lamb Farm in Greene, County, New York.
Alan Neumann of the Bard Shape Note Singers
Max Ginsburg, painted at Garin Baker's Carriage House Art Studio, Newburgh, New York.
Portrait of a Belgian draft horse. The video shows the painting of a donkey first, then this one.
View through the window of Montgomery Place, a historic mansion of the Hudson Valley.
A whaleboat under construction from Lowell's Boat Shop in Massachusetts.
A detailed instructional video of this painting being made will be part of my forthcoming DVD/documentary "Casein in the Wild."
Water tower in Kingston, New York
Street scene in Rhinecliff, New York
A sunset view toward the Hudson River in Rhinecliff, New York.
Check out my full length instructional video about watercolor, available at gum.co/watercolor