View from one of my favorite crabbing spots in the SC Lowcountry
Oil on canvas
A view from a favorite childhood spot near Charleston
36x24” oil on canvas
View from Bald Rock facing Table Rock
48 x 36” - Oil on Canvas
The Reservoir from Caesars Head
Inspired from an early fall sunset captured at Caesars Head State Park.
18x14” ink and oil on birch panel
A view from underneath one of the many oak trees on the property looking over the former rice fields on the Waccamaw River.
30x24” - oil and cold wax on birch panel
Pond In Bloom
Lillypads illuminated - inspired by views from Francis Marion National Forest, SC
24x36” ink and oil painting on birch panel
Rim of the Gap
View from Caesars Head looking across Jones Gap State Park, SC
8X8” - oil on canvas
Sunset over Pawleys Island
30x15” oil and ink on birch panel
Sunset as seen through a live oak at Litchfield Plantation
24 x 18” Ink and oil on canvas
King's River Plantation
Lowcountry Landscape from the backyard of Litchfield Plantation facing the Waccamaw River
36x24” Oil and ink on canvas
View from a dive boat of the mountains of Saint Lucia.
20x20” Ink and oil on canvas
Full Moon Over Dewees
12X12” - oil on canvas
Lowcountry Marsh Color Study
Feeding the geese on the beautiful campus of Furman University
36 x 36” oil on canvas
Craig Ragsdale’s Subsurface Paintings
View from one of the best dives I have experienced - Superman’s Flight in Saint Lucia.
36 x 24” oil on canvas
20 x 20” ink and oil on canvas
Ink and oil painting
Mahi-mahi are some of the most beautiful fish in the world, distinguished by their colors: golden on the sides, and bright blues and greens on the sides and back. The pectoral fins of the mahi-mahi are iridescent blue. The flank is broad and golden. Out of the water, the fish often change color (giving rise to their Spanish name, dorado, "golden").
36 x 24” ink and oil on canvas
Migration is about movement and transparency, light and dark as this jellyfish floats across the ocean.