Landscape Paintings

Artwork can be purchased with an email to me at or with a private message on Facebook. Purchases an be paid for conveniently through Pay Pal. The art is sold unframed and will be shipped via US Postal Service.

The site is always under construction, so please forgive the variation in image sizes.  If you are viewing this on a laptop computer, it may be possible to see a larger version of the images  by right-clicking on the image, then selecting “Open image in a New Tab”. Then select that new tab.



Roadside, 5×7, Gouache


A Country Place, 5×7 Gouache


Up The Side Road, 5×7, Gouache


Up The Hill, 5×7, Gouache


Fantasy Trail


Country Morning, 8×10, Gouache


Pinks, 8×10, Gouache


Rainy Day in Roanoke, 8×10, Gouache


The Courting Tree, 8×10, Gouache


Smokestack, 8×10, Gouache


The Point, 8×10, Gou


Reflections, 9×12, Gouache


Villa, 9×12, Gouache


Waterway, 9×12, Gouache

Peaceful Chaos at 600

A Place of Reflection, 9×12, Gouache

Back Gate, 11×14, Gouache


a lazy sunday2 900

A Lazy Sunday, 11×14, Acrylic

older from malabar

Farm Path, 11×14, Gouache

2010-white-house 11x14

White House, 11×14, Gouache

Country Road, 16×20, Gouache


Dreamer’s Trail, 20×16, Gouache




3 responses

  1. Ralph, I find your paintings stunningly striking. Your paintings are alive with the passion I sense resides in you. What good’s a painting without passion, mood & content all masterly created. I also love your choice of sizes, making your largest painting 16 x 20. My paintings are 16 x 20 & smaller. I’ve painted in multi-media all my life, hoping to find one or two sizes. That’s good for ordering mats & frames. Reading your ways with gouache made me realize that this is my next media to master. You artwork feels like “home.” I can’t say it any other way. Thank you for your info, time & kind consideration. All My Best, David G.

    November 23, 2014 at 8:35 pm

  2. Hi Ralph, I discovered you by searching for ways to use gouache like oil paint, which, by the way, I thought was impossible. Wow. Your paintings are stunning and you are using Gouache in a way it never occurred to me to try. I am also fascinated by the small size and absolutely blown away that you are able to create, at that scale, work that has the subtlety, depth and presence of much larger paintings. I could stare into them forever. I have long struggled with the pressure to make larger work, and, though I love what I can achieve in oil, have always felt burdened by the chemicals. I am inspired!

    August 17, 2017 at 12:36 am

    • Hi Teal, I believe gouache is just as versatile as other mediums in terms of using various techniques. It just has its own specific quirks and characteristics. While I’m experimenting with acrylics these days, I’ll continue to work with gouache. Thanks so much for the nice comments!

      August 17, 2017 at 1:00 pm

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