Still Life – Oil – These paintings are for sale; I haven’t put a price on them. You can always send me an e-mail if you have any questions.
Some of these paintings are in Lakeside, San Diego and others are in Madrid.
colorful Glass Bottles on Shelf 2006 – Oil on Canvas – 54 x 73 cm – San Diego, California
I have a bottle collection and I like painting glass. They are so colorful and full of accents of light and color. This painting above is an oil painting.
Blue Vase with Oranges 2011 – Oil on Canvas – 55 x 46cm – Location San Diego, California
In the spring there are a lot of wild flowers. In this painting, I used the mixed technique of egg tempera and oil. I was looking for a smooth classical finish.
Wild Flowers in a Pickle Jar 2012 – Oil on Canvas 65cm X 46cm – Location San Diego, California –
Wild flowers and glass reflecting in the mirror is what I like most in still life. This is a resin-oil painting with a candied look and visible brush strokes.
Poppies in Green Bottle 2006 – Oil on Canvas – 18×24 in – Location Madrid, Spain
A spring painting on a sunny day. I like to see the objects behind the glass. This is a resin-oil painting.
Spring Flowers 2005 – Resin-oil on Canvas – 73×54 cm – Location Madrid, Spain
Some years there are more wild flowers than other years. This is the mixed technique of egg tempera and oil painting.
Fish in the Kitchen Sink 1994- Oil on Canvas – 73x91cm – Location Madrid, Spain
These salmon were in my sink for a while since ‘they’ went ocean fishing. They were delicious.
Clay Vase with Spring Flowers 2006 – Oil on Canvas – 46×55 cm – Location San Diego, California
In the spring there is a variety of flowers. I like to paint all of them as they bloom. This painting is the mixed technique egg tempera and oil.