Friday, February 5, 2010

New Work for Southeastern Wildlife Expo in Charleston

I've been putting in long hours painting for the Southeastern Wildlife Expo (SEWE) in the beautiful city of Charleston, South Carolina.  These are some of the small pieces I'll be taking with me.  The show is February 12-14.  You can find me upstairs in the ballroom at Charleston Place. 

As you can see, I like to work in pairs.  And...I must confess.  Sometimes I repeat a title. 


Last Light                                      End of Day
8" x 8" oils unframed on 2" deep 'gallery-wrap' board


Twilight                                  Sundown
 8" x 8" oils unframed on  2" deep "gallery-wrap" board


King of the Coop                                Queen of the Coop
8" x 8" unframed on 2" deep "gallery-wrap"  board


Over the Yardarm  4.5" x 7" oil on Ampersand board


Quiet Skies  4.5" x 7" oil on Ampersand board



  1. Absolutely love your work. I am still working on the light in mine :) Thank you so much for posting your paintings. Lesley

  2. Pues sí, estan muy bien, llenas de luz y con hermosos colores.
    Yes,these paintings are plenty of light and with beatiful colors.

  3. Hi Adele, very nice new pieces for your show. I really like the top two bird paintings. I hope you have a wonderful show! I know you will!

  4. Great pieces. I really like "Quiet Skies".

  5. Thanks for the kind comments. I find that as the years roll by I'm less interested in detail, more interested in mood....which I hope to convey using color and light.

  6. These look so pretty!...But, I am amazed at how much more RICH and lovely they are in person! If anyone reads this who hasn't seen Adele's work in person, GO SEE IT! She's in at least one gallery in every seems ;) wink
    Love you, 'Dell!