Landscape

Stream bed

Inquire Size: 48 x 32Medium: Pastel on archival paper©2020 Tom Weinkle   This painting was inspired by a hike near Basalt, Colorado during the fall. The serpentine shapes of these trees backlit in bright sun presented me with a explosion of hue that I couldn’t resist.

Georgia on My Mind

Inquire Size: 32 x 45Medium: Pastel on archival paper©2020 Tom Weinkle  This painting was inspired by exploration of the countryside in early morning, Northwest of Atlanta. Pastel was applied over an underpainting of watercolor to create this vignette of stand of pine and birch.

Apalachicola

Inquire Size: 32 x 45Medium: Pastel on paper©2020 Tom Weinkle  This pastel was inspired by a visit to Apalachicola. The fishing industry is under extreme pressure due to water management, use and rights issues between Georgia and Florida. Seen at low tide, these boats, part of a tradition for decades may disappear forever sooner than …

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Florida Trail from I-75

Inquire Size: 60 x 48Medium: Oil on canvas©2020 Tom Weinkle   I’ve painted this scene several times in pastel as well as oil, in an attempt to capture the essence of place, defined by the abstract tree forms and layers of fall colors I saw in Big Cypress Preserve.

Skillet Strand

Inquire Size: 48 x 36Medium: Oil on canvas©2020 Tom Weinkle   This painting was inspired by a hike through parts of Skillet Strand. At certain points, the ORV trail seemed to act as a dividing line between stands of Pine and Cypress. The division of species caught my attention.

Concho Billy Trail

Inquire Size: 36 x 60Medium: Oil on canvas©2019 Tom Weinkle   This painting was inpired by a walk along Concho Billy Trail. The weather in South Florida can change quickly, and I was struck by the beauty of the storm clouds approaching from the west.

Fakahatchee Strand

Inquire Size: 36 x 48Medium: Oil on canvas©2019 Tom Weinkle  I’ve always been drawn to backlit scenes. The contrast of the light against the foreground in shadow is electrifying. This painting was inspired by a drive through Fakahatchee Strand.

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