Author: PJ Cook

Salt Marsh Views

I’m excited to share my oil on canvas painting with salt marsh views. The title of this rather large oil painting is “Dune Escape”. Who doesn’t need a little escape? Inspiration Inspiration for this sand dune escape is from Old Lyme, CT. Nestled at the mouth of the Connecticut River where it meets Long Island Sound. Old Lyme is a pretty shoreline town. Size This oil on canvas is 30″ x 30″ on a gallery wrap canvas. What that means is the side depth of the canvas sits 1.5 inches off the wall and the painting wraps around all...

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Island Retreat Painting

Beach cottage surrounded by flowers and a white picket fence offers an island retreat in this new original painting. Inspiration for this piece came from Block Island off the coast of Rhode Island. Open windows catch the salt air as it comes across the bay. You can almost smell the floral scent floating on the ocean breeze. Cute window boxes filled with flowers adorn the front of this beach cottage. This original painting is 14″ x 20″ on watercolor paper. This island retreat painting is perfect for the start of the summer season. Available....

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Waves and Wind Oil Painting

Just finished this 12 x 16 inch oil on board of a girl watching the waves at the beach. This girl was having so much fun running, jumping and playing at the beach. It was a windy day, whipping the water all around.  The weather did not deter her from having fun. I painted this in a loose style (for me, anyway) leaving quite a bit of my toned board peeking through. The board is toned in a rose with yellow on the right side. I wanted viewers to feel the wind from that day at the beach. The...

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Beach Sightseeing Oil Painting

Beach Sightseeing is an oil painting of a young boy excited at what he sees as he is walking in the surf. The exuberant boy has stopped walking and is pointing. Nice sparkles of sunlight are reflecting off the shallow water. The first step in this original painting was a yellow and rose underpainting. I let some of that color peek through as reflected light in the incoming waves. Click here for Purchase...

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Seaview Pen and Ink with Watercolor

Seaview from Lauderdale by the Sea features a bicycle rider viewing the ocean in the morning light. This original is in an art journal where I paint and draw local scenes. The paper is thick enough in the journal for watercolor and gouache paint. Below is the ink drawing before I added the watercolor. Starting with a pencil sketch to get most of the details. I will usually do a pencil drawing first, especially if there are people in the scene. Pen & Ink Lately I have been using a dip pen for inking. In search of a looser...

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Recent Customer Reviews

Have now purchased 3 paintings and they are all outstanding!! All around A++

Absolutely love this painting! Looks even better than in the picture!

I Have the Pair. TY. I LOVE THEM. YOU CATCH THE SANDPIPERS REALLY. TY.

Beautiful piece! Arrived in great condition. Well packaged. Thanks.

Thank you, I think the painting is beautiful and I will give it a great home.

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