I have been
painting for 50 years.
I am focusing
on two things now:
which I paint indirectly with oil glazes, and
Maine, which I paint directly, sometimes en plein air.
paintings are an intensive group of studio works whose point
is to make botanical aspects and details of flowers more visible
and noticeable. These pieces often take a year from start to
finish and I work on several pieces at once. Flowers have been
a lifelong focus of mine.
of Maine are also painted in oils, but in the opposing method
of alla prima. The point of these pieces is to catch the exact
feeling of a particular place, focusing on natural elements but
not human details, and to get outside into these beautiful places.
For more information
visit my websites: www.peggyclarklumpkins.artspan.com and www.colorafootpress.com
"Mourning Doves" is oil on canvas, 80" x 15"
"Morse Mountain from Popham" is oil on canvas, 13"