Latest Posts

Emerging from winter hibernation

Every summer I’m busy as a bee, running back and forth to set up my artwork at outdoor exhibits in Chatham, Eastham, and Dennis, preparing for shows such as the Cahoon Brushoff in Cotuit, and taking photos for future paintings. In winter, I become more like a bear in hibernation. Unlike a bear, I don’t… read more

Cape Cod Spring

Here on Cape Cod the daffodils are finally popping open their bright yellow bonnets for us all to enjoy. I have had a busy winter painting my Cape Cod seascapes and landscapes. It feels like coming out of a long hibernation. It was a long, cold snowy winter, but in my studio I spent the… read more

New paintings, new ideas

To an artist, winter on Cape Cod means time – time to spend valuable hours painting in my studio. One benefit of this time is the freedom to try some new techniques. I’ve always been a fan of wet-into-wet painting, and I still am spending plenty of time doing that. I still find wet-into-wet very… read more

New Cape Cod seascape paintings

After a very busy summer and fall, full of shows and exhibits, I’m happy to say that I have updated this site to display 11 new pieces of art depicting Cape Cod seascapes, marshes, and shores.   From foggy flats on the north side of the Cape to appealing dune paths beckoning to the soft… read more

A artist’s July on Cape Cod

July, glorious July!   This is what we wait for all through the snowy cold winter and cool wet spring. And July of 2011 has not disappointed.   We have had some quintessential Cape Cod weather. The beaches are spectacular with blue skies, bright blue water, light breezes, and shimmering sand. The marshes are lush summer… read more

What exactly is the ebb tide?

In June, the Cape Cod Art Association is having an exhibit called “Points of View – Art Interprets Music”. Last fall, artists chose a song to use for inspiration in their artwork, be it an oil or watercolor painting, a sculpture, a photograph, etc. When I looked over the list of songs, I spotted “Ebb… read more

Spring Green

After so many months with just the grays and browns of winter and early spring, the colors of the spring flowers are a welcome sight. The grass has greened up, and the phlox, daffodils, and magnolia are in full flower with pink, lavender, and yellow. Although I am primarily a seascape painter, covering my canvasses… read more

Welcome to my Cape Cod art site!

I’m so glad you have stopped by to see my webpage. It’s a work in progress, but I have posted many photos of my oil paintings. Enjoy, and if you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to send them to me at patnickersonart@yahoo.com. Thanks!

Artists are continually learning …

As a Cape Cod artist with a full summer season, I look forward to the quieter days of winter and spring that allow more time for me to focus on my painting. This past January, I was lucky enough to take a two-day workshop with Don Demers, and from January through mid-May, I have been… read more

Thanks for your purchase

Thank you for your purchase of my art. Your payment has been received and your transaction completed. A receipt for your purchase has been emailed to you. You may log into your account at www.paypal.com/us to view details of this transaction. Again, many thanks for visiting my site. I hope you’ll return to see new… read more