Paintings by Wyn Easton

Saturday, June 30, 2007

12x16 oil on canvas board "Duckweed"

That green stuff floating on the pond caught my eye.

11x14 oil on canvas panel "Summer Afternoon"

I liked the shadow made by the long shed and the red/green playing against each other

Tuesday, June 26, 2007

16x20 oil on canvas "Paris Night"

One of my boys was in Paris a few years ago. He let me use one of his pictures as a jumping-off-point.

Friday, June 22, 2007

11x14 oil on canvas board "Summer Begins"

Falls of the Neuse Lake wanders all around North Raleigh. Little branches of the lake are everywhere. This is about 10 minutes from my house.

Wednesday, June 20, 2007

11x14 oil on canvas panel "Tobacco Barns"

How many times can I paint the same barn? Hey, Monet painted his water lilies, I paint my barn. :)

12x16 oil on canvas board "Aiken's Farm House"

I like the feeling of a hot day I get with this one. It was.

11x14 oil on canvas board "All Rigged-Up"

This was a new marina for me to paint at. Many, many painting opportunities there.

11x14 oil on canvas board "Run to the Beach"

I spent yesterday at Topsail Island painting with my new friend Mike Rooney.
A lady came by and asked us what we were doing, while we were doing our painting thing. I said we were surveyors and she believed me. Heh heh.

Thursday, June 14, 2007

20x24 oil on canvas "Going Downtown"

I stayed inside yesterday and painted from photos. This rainy day picture kept me feeling cool.

Monday, June 11, 2007

11x14 oil on canvas "One Way"

Interesting couple walking downtown.

16x20 oil on canvas "Martin Street"

I'm on a urban painting kick these days. Maybe it's because of the chiggers and ticks biting my a**. Anyway, I like the way this turned out.

Sunday, June 10, 2007

9x12 oil on canvas board "Fill'er Up"

Trying to do more buildings lately. I think it will help my drawing (with paint).

Wednesday, June 06, 2007

16x20 oil on stretched canvas "College Street, Southport, NC"

Back from the beach and remembering what fun it was setting-up in the shade of these giant oak trees.