'Alpine Glare' 29x56 Oil on Linen'The Good Advice' 16x10 Oil on Linen'Kit Carson' 60x80 Oil on Linen'The M and M's' 10x12 Oil on Linen 'Through Afternoon Shadows' 24x24 Oil on Linen'Up For Anything' 36x24 Oil on Linen'October on the Arkansas' 42x58 Oil on Linen'Mount Princeton' 24x24 Oil on Linen'Aspen Trio' 12x12 Oil on Linen'A Collision Of Seasons' 24x36 Oil on Linen'The Cleanup' 12x24 Oil on Linen'Watch Your Step' 24x8 Oil on Linen'Concentration' 10x8 Oil on Linen'Sunset On The Confluence' 30x60 Oil on Linen'Silver Shadows' 30x24 Oil on Linen'Ins and Outs' 24x8 Oil on Linen'Cascading Patterns' 20x30 Oil on Linen'Under The Banyan Tree' 8x24 Oil on Linen'Canyon Riders' 12x24 Oil on Linen'Temple Shapes' 24x30 Oil on Linen'Soul Searcher' 22x12 Oil on Linen 'Ahihi Kanea Sunset' 16x20 Oil on Linen'Old Friends' 10x10 Oil on Linen'Testing the Water' 20x12 Oil on Linen'Singing The Blues' 12x6 Oil on Linen'New Fly' 6x12 Oil on Linen'Below the Needle' 40x60 Oil on Linen'Relentless' 24x24 Oil on Linen'Timberline Falls' 24x24 Oil on Linen'Sunrise on Moran Point' 48x24 Oil on Linen'Long Day in the Saddle' 20x24 Oil on Linen'Shelter From The Storm' 24X16 Oil'Arkansas Uplift' 12x12 Oil on Linen

The style I paint in is known as Impressionistic Realism.  It’s a versatile yet challenging mode of expression through which the poetry of a subject is preserved and paramount. To find eternal balance in the elegant dance of light and form is my highest inspiration.  Through the congruence of our visual vocabulary and shared human experience, I am able to imply detail without overstating it. Brushwork and palette knife together create a textural Impressionism and paint quality which entice a closer look, while it is through a little distance that my paintings become Realistic portals into a time and place. Painted like memories of the “here and now,” they depict the variety of life in the 21st Century and often include man-made objects, figures, or animals. Through my work, I sincerely hope to remind and inspire others to take time to see just how amazing this existence is. Enjoy.

4 Comments

  1. Patti Gildersleeve March 2, 2016 at 10:49 pm #

    Aloha Josh,
    I’m Interested in your pre sketch workshop/seminar when you are on Maui. I understand the concept of Notan but am always in a rush to get painting. I seem to “feel” out the composition quickly, but don’t take enough time to do the pre sketch.
    Let me know what dates you are considering.
    Mahalo,
    Patti

  2. Thomas M. Wallis March 21, 2016 at 11:24 am #

    Would like to be placed on your email listing. Also would be interested in any painting workshops you are offerring in 2016. Thanks.

  3. Marsha Knopf March 26, 2016 at 9:20 am #

    I have tried many times, both in the past and just today, to sign up for your newsletter, but have been unable to. I repeatedly get “Newsletter Error”. I very much want to receive your newsletter but it seems that it doesn’t want to receive me! Can you help?
    Thanks, Marsha

  4. Carl Judson June 4, 2016 at 3:11 pm #

    Hi Josh,
    I’ve been using one of your painting images for the workshop/seminar I give on personal style in plein air painting. Since I didn’t ask permission (that I remember, anyway), I thought I’d ask forgiveness. Please let me know if it’s ok with you.
    Best,
    Carl Judson

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