"The freedom of the open road, the big landscapes of the Southwest, shiny Airstream Trailers and vintage trucks seem to call out for me to paint them"
We must have taken the Airstream to White Sands National Monument 3 times already, we love it so much. I love surreal it feels, how bright all the colors seem against the blinding white sand dunes and how the Airstream seems even more shiny than usual.
12 x 12" oil on panel in a silver leaf frame.
12 x 12" oil on panel in a gold leaf frame.
We spent a weekend with friends camping in this shady spot. 12 x 12" in a black wood frame with gold accents.
12 x 12", oil on panel, ready to hang in a dark wood and gold frame.
12 x 12", oil on panel,framed and ready to hang.
12 x 12" in a black and gold frame.
12 x 16" in a dark wood and gold frame
White Sands National Monument is one of my favorite places to visit with our Airstream. The whiteness of the sand looks so improbable and bounces the light around, making the trailer look even shinier than usual!
11 x14" in a black and gold frame
We were driving towards Texas through an open, almost deserted stretch of road in South-east New Mexico near Wagon Mound. I wanted to capture the wide open landscape and the warm late afternoon light.
8 x 10" in a gold frame
20 x 20" on deep gallery wrap canvas with the image continuing around the sides.
12 x 12" in a dark wood and gold frame.
16 x 20" oil on canvas panel in a black and gold frame
Here are some more of my truck and Airstream paintings, featuring the remaining works from a series of oversized truck paintings I did a few years ago.
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