Waiting to Play (Boat House)


What caught my eye on this warm summer day in the Adirondacks was the flickering water underneath the boat. It’s all potential—we could be scooting along the surface of Saranac Lake, or we could be fishing, or we could be swimming over the side. It’s a dream, so it’s our choice. But know that the water is warm, the day is warmer, and it’s a perfect symphony of greens and golds and blues on a lazy summer day. Painted plein air in a boathouse, of course.

This painting can jump any way. Put it in a traditional plein air frame and it will enhance any rustic or classic room. Or go contemporary with a narrow black frame and white liner. Or even try grey-on-grey driftwood. It’s a painting that will go anywhere with distinction.


Oil on archival canvasboard, 14X18, unframed.

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