UNPUBLISHED ORIGINAL OIL PAINTINGS

"Warm Moorage" 12x24 oil (gallery wrapped )


"Windward Beach"11x14 oil (gallery wrapped )

  "Electric Tranquility" 8x10 oil ( framed in solid Koawood & navy fabric ) In the Roth family privet collection

"Electric Tranquility" 8x10 oil ( framed in solid Koawood & navy fabric ) In the Roth family privet collection

"Soft Light" 16x20 oil (gallery wrapped)

In the privet collection of the Cliffton family


  "Sparkling Sea" 8x10 oil ( framed in a solid koawood frame ) In Florence family privet collection

"Sparkling Sea" 8x10 oil ( framed in a solid koawood frame ) In Florence family privet collection

"Moonlit Transparency" 12x16 oil

( framed in solid Hawaiian Koa wood )

In the privet collection of Mr. Stephens

  “Sunlit Shores” 8x10 oil

“Sunlit Shores” 8x10 oil

  "Rolling Splendor" 8x10 oil ( framed in a solid Koawood frame ) In the Nishi family privet collection

"Rolling Splendor" 8x10 oil ( framed in a solid Koawood frame ) In the Nishi family privet collection


"Golden Surf " 12x24 oil (gallery wrapped)

"Dolphin Dance" 9x12 oil on canvas

( framed in solid Hawaiian Koa wood )


"Mystical Paradise" 5x7 oil

 

"Tropical Serenity" 12x16 oil (framed in solid Hawaiian Koa wood)

In the privet collection of the Kutch family


"Midnight Surf" 12x16 oil

( framed in solid Hawaiian Koa) In the privet collection of the Kutch family

 

"A Summers Eve" 11x14 oil In the Omura family privet collection

"Green Pastures" 8x10 oil study In the privet collection of Mr. and Mrs.Kopalchick


"Spring Sunrise" 8x10 oil


"Under a Western Moon" 8x10 oil

 
 

"Dolphin Paradise" 12x24 oil


  "Blue Surf" 8x10 oil In the Kent family privet collection

"Blue Surf" 8x10 oil In the Kent family privet collection


 

"Golden Glow" 8x10 oil In the Samson privet collection

 

"Dolphin Tide" 12x16 oil

 
 

     My painting technique, and my philosophy, can be described in one word -- light. The Old Renaissance Masters, like Da Vinci and Rembrandt, recognized that light is the reflection of nature, of life itself. Their paintings are masterful portraits of life. I have spent the last ten years studying their technique. I want viewers of my artwork to feel as if the painting were glowing and radiating its own light source. Light is everything in my paintings.  I use the old Dutch Masters oil painting technique of transparent washes and scumbles. This is the best way to create a 3D effect with light and shadow. -Al Hogue