Peter Ellenshaw
Landscapes and Seascapes

Ellenshaw is not content unless he is creatively challenged by new subjects. "I don't enjoy painting only one subject. I am constantly looking for new challenges in my paintings. Each painting has its own set of problems, and they always take their own good time to be solved. I never do any preliminary drawing but launch straight into blocking the rough masses of color, covering up the white canvas. I paint only in acrylic because it dries fast; therefore, I am able to proceed quickly to the next step. This varies depending on what the subject is. If it's a ship on the high seas or a landscape, there are a dozen things to attend to - color, design, drawing, etc. The painting will stay in rough form until all the various problems have been solved."

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Grand Tetons

Grand Tetons*

Glisten of New York

Glisten of New York*

 

Moonlight

Moonlight*

Autumn Gold Rush

Autumn Gold Rush 

 

 

Midsummer Morn

Midsummer Morn

Teton Twilight

Teton Twilight

 

The Great Age of Sail

The Great Age of Sail

 Colorado Gold

 Colorado Gold 

 

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