Today we are sheltering in place from Tropical Storm Darby, so this seemed like a good one to post (done a couple weeks ago). It's a rapidly-moving storm at Kaneohe which ended up soaking me before I would stop painting it and take cover. 6 x 8" oil on primed heavy bamboo paper.
Clouds over the Koolaus, 8 x 6", oil on primed wc paper.
Gravel parking lot overlooking the soccer fields.
These are all 6 x 8" oil on primed paper. This was the first "plein air by bike" outing in quite a while (longtime readers will remember that I used to do a lot of that), it hasn't been easy finding rideable roads here in Hawaii. The soccer fields are deserted early in the morning, acres and acres of open space and sky. Gotta get out early before it gets too hot.
5 x 7", clouds at Bellows Beach, oil on primed Hahnemuhle Ingres paper. Winds were strong enough to blow sand all over the painting (visible if you look close) and my palette.
6 x 8", Pyramid Beach, oil on primed Fabriano rough watercolor paper. This storm was a real soaker.