Early Landscapes

In a method similar to pastel I burnished colored wax into raw, unstretched canvas layed down on my hot table.

Painting of a pink dawn

“Pink Dawn”
Encaustic on Canvas
36″ x 48″

View of coastal hills at dawn

“Forgiveness”
Encaustic on canvas
27″ x 29″

Impressionistic view of fog on Mt. Tamalpais

“Fog on Mt. Tam”
Encaustic on canvas
19″ x 24.5″


"View of the Earth" Encaustic on paper 20" x 27"

“View of the Earth”
Encaustic on paper
20″ x 27″

Painting of ocean

“Green Ocean”
Encaustic on paper
30″ x 22″

Cloud relected in water

“Monet Pink”
Encaustic on paper
22″ x 30″


Painting of clouds reflected in water

“Orange Pool”
Encaustic on canvas
22″ x 30″

Painting of clouds reflected in water

“Brad’s Pool”
Encaustic on Canvas
29″ x 34.5″

"Purple Rhododendron" Encaustic on panel 17" x 24"

“Purple Rhododendron”
Encaustic on panel
17″ x 24″


Painting of blue sky and clouds

“Gabrielle’s Wings”
Encaustic on canvas
17″ x 19″

Painting of Mt. Shasta as seen from the east

“Mt Shasta – East View”
Encaustic on canvas
23″ x 31″

Painting of white rhododendrons

“Mozart”
Encasutic on panel
17″ x 24″


Painting of tree from Golden Gate Park  in fall foliage

“Burnished Gold”
Encaustic on canvas
48″ x 36″

Painting of entrance to San Francisco's Japanese Tea Garden

“Japanese Tea Garden
San Francisco”
Encaustic on canvas
48″ x 36″

"Fairy Glen" Oil & Encaustic on canvas 12" x 24"

“Fairy Glen”
Oil & Encaustic on canvas
12″ x 24″