Illustrations from "Halcyon: An Illustrated Journey"
"Pear - July 2017"
"Lime Study - St. Augustine, FL"
"Sunrise @ St. Augustine 7-19-17"
"St.Augustine Evening 7-16-17 Saltwater"
Illustrations from "Halcyon: An Illustrated Journey"Illustrations from "Halcyon: An Illustrated Journey"An upcoming book by Joshua A. Davis.
"A Greeting"Original 8"x10" Paintingacrylic on canvas(sold) This series of paintings were part of a study on animals and environments. These studies were also a way for me to try out new ways of creating images.
"An Invitation"Original 8"x10" PaintingAcrylic on canvasThis series of paintings were part of a study on animals and environments. These studies were also a way for me to try out new ways of creating images.
"Pear - July 2017"Original 5"x7" PaintingGouache on Watercolor paperA study of a pear. I was really loving the green fleshy tones on this pear, and thought the bright orange background helped pop the pear off the page.
"Lime Study - St. Augustine, FL"Original 5"x7" PaintingGouache on Watercolor PaperA lime bush was grew at the end of the driveway where we stayed during our vacation in St. Augustine in the summer of 2017. I "happened upon" 3 of the limes and decided they would make an interesting challenge and study.
"Sunrise @ St. Augustine 7-19-17"Original 5"x7" PaintingGouache on Watercolor Paper This was from a family vacation in the summer of 2017 to St. Augustine. The beach was completely empty during the mornings and evenings, and I would walk to it and do these sketch paintings with my travel set of gouache paints. I loved the lighting during this morning shot, and wanted to capture the feeling you'd get listening to the waves crash on the shore while watching this huge cloud just barely hiding the rising sun.
"St.Augustine Evening 7-16-17 Saltwater"Original 5"x7" PaintingGouache and saltwater on Watercolor paperI headed out to the beach with my paint set, but when I got there I realized I had no water for my gouache paints. What to do? I made do with what was near... the ocean. A sand pail filled with saltwater did the trick. My goal with this sketch was to really capture the fading light. There were a series of low clouds WAY out on the horizon that were just being kissed by the sunset behind me, and I really tried to get them.
"Jupiter/#5"Original 8"x10" PaintingAcrylic on CanvasAvailable for purchase HERE.My most recent addition to my ongoing series of robot paintings. The idea behind this was to start a new series, where each planet was represented by a numbered robot. Jupiter is the 5th planet from the sun, so this robot is simply #5. Perhaps all robots working in the Jovian system have the number 5 emblazoned on them in some fashion.
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