Barns

At the Treeline

Size: 11 x 14 Medium: Oil on canvas panel ©2022 Tom Weinkle Inquire My eye was catured by the strong contrast of the color in light and shadow along with the way this barn seemed to be crowded up against the treeline.

Long Barn

Size: 8 x 10 Medium: Oil on canvas panel ©2022 Tom Weinkle Inquire I kept staring at this barn when I saw it. I think the contrast between the simple geometric shape and the intense saturation of the landscape around the structure is what held my attention.

White Barn

Size: 10 x 8 Medium: Oil on canvas panel ©2022 Tom Weinkle Inquire This painting was inspired by a series of visits to western North Carolina. I’m drawn to the stark contrasts of the natural world to man-made structures.

Farm Plot

Inquire Size: 8 x 10 Medium: Oil on canvas panel ©2022 Tom Weinkle This painting was inspired by a series of visits to western North Carolina. Even with design variation, barn architecture to the innate beauty of form following function. I’m  exploring the line between representational and expressionistic painting and interested in creating complex textures …

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Nashville

Inquire Size: 8 x 10 Medium: Oil on canvas panel ©2022 Tom Weinkle Farm properties and buildings make for exciting compositional studies. Nashville is from a series of small landscape paintings  in oil based on a cross country car trip in June of 2022. The concept was based on a reductive approach to shape and …

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Near Banner Elk

Inquire Size: 8 x 10 Medium: Oil on canvas panel ©2022 Tom Weinkle This painting was inspired by a series of visits to western North Carolina. I am continuing to explore the line between representational and expressionistic painting and interested in creating complex textures through the addition and removal of paint in varying thicknesses with …

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Near Boone 2

Inquire Size: 8 x 10 Medium: Oil on canvas panel ©2022 Tom Weinkle This painting was inspired by a series of visits to western North Carolina. The concept was based on a reductive approach to shape to explore the line between realism and expressionism.

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