mike malloy

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I have combined my domains, mmalloy.net & imagesofgolf.us, into a single site featuring all of my work. I have ‘opened’ a gallery at fineartamerica.com. FineArtAmerica is a fulfillment service with locations all over the world. My art is offered as… Continue Reading →

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Watercolor rendition of Par 3 hole at Isleworth Golf Club in Windermere, FL. Now available on Fine Art America as a giclee print.Go to my gallery on Fine Art America.

A quick 9 x 12 study before working on a final painting. Will include the figure in the foreground, suggest the dining area right and be more aggressive when painting the reflections in the water.

Just finished this watercolor today, from a source photo. The river Dee at Llangollen in Wales. Sounds like a place out of Lord of the Rings, I guess it kinda is. So, I opened this for comments… don’t be shy.

My version of a scene demonstrated by Tim Wilmot, watercolorist on Patreon. Painted with Holbein watercolor on Arches 140# cold press paper, 15″ X 11″.

Recent Plein Air at Nehrling House

I was invited to paint en Plein Air during a recent fundraiser at the Nehrling House in Gotha, Florida. I choose to paint the ‘greenhouse’ that is located in the center of the gardens. I wanted to capture the building… Continue Reading →

Farmer’s Market, Winter Garden, Florida 4/19/2022

Two of three paintings offered for auction to support the Nehrling House in Ocoee, Florida sold Saturday, 4.23.22, during the Garden Stroll Fundraising event. Thanks for the support.

Created this pen drawing using a Pentel V5 pen and watercolor. Scene depicts a town square in Split, Croatia.

Online Workshop

This painting created after attending an online workshop by Tim Wilmot*. The scene is Bradford, England, located along the Avon River. Bradford is on the way to Bath from London. This 9″x12″ watercolor began with the sky and water and… Continue Reading →

Acrylic Study

Using the painting “Friend or Foe” by Remington as a model, I painted this rendition on canvas panel with acrylic paint. I am seeking a balance between watercolor and a traditional acrylic technique. Artists often copied the masters work in… Continue Reading →

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