Pastel

Massachusetts

Inquire Size: 40 x 27Medium: Pastel on paper©2020 Tom Weinkle  One fall, I spent a week or so exploring waterfalls in Western Massachusetts. A short hike through forests was usually required. That old adage about journey vs. destination still comes to mind.

Bear Lake 2

Inquire Size: 52 x 34Medium: Pastel on paper©2020 Tom Weinkle  There is so much to see in Big Cypress Preserve. At a glance it may all seem the same, but upon further study, there is a melange of nature that can hold my attention forever.

Bear Lake 1

Inquire Size: 40 x 27Medium: Pastel on archival paper©2020 Tom Weinkle  I have spent much time in and around Big Cypress Preserve. I had the hiking paths of this campground all to myself one winter morning. The trees seemed to rise up, showing their beauty and clamoring for sunlight.

Aspen Hillside

Inquire Size: 40 x 27Medium: Pastel on archival paper©2020 Tom Weinkle  I’m lucky that family draws me to the west from time to time. Fall is my favorite time, when the intensity of warm color in a colder climate is unmatched.

Alachua 3

Sold Size: 40 x 27Medium: Pastel on archival paper©2020 Tom Weinkle  I’m continually drawn to stands of trees where I find the mix and collision of color and value irresistible.

Alachua 2

Inquire Size: 40 x 27Medium: Pastel on archival paper©2020 Tom Weinkle  This painting was inspired by a Thanksgiving day walk aon a farm in Alachua. The light streaming through the trees and glowing color of fall caught my attention.

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.

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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