Haystack Grasses and Light

Michael Muldoon, impressionistic painter.


“I am an interpretive oil painter.  I love color so I strive to use it to represent the many dimensions of shadow, light and shapes.  Painting with both a brush and a knife, I’ll try to create a canvas covered in bold, yet thoughtful color and texture. My artistic journey followed a few years of teaching, coaching, West Point Military Academy, and then 30 years in sales and marketing with a major car company.  I loved my job, but I love retirement even more, especially the time it gives me with family, friends, travel, and of course oil painting.

My art is an interpretation.  At my age, as a proud grandpa, retired from a career which carried our family across the country a few times, as well as travels throughout Europe, I have appreciated, collected, and studied other artists and the way they interpret what they see.  Especially, the works of Wallis, Berberian, Falke, and the amazing color they’ve found in the shadows!  The way I paint, is the way I see it!

You’ll see form.  You’ll see color.  Hopefully you’ll appreciate the canvas and the way certain blended paint on a flat surface can create a unique beauty.

I have studied at the Scottsdale Art School, and also with my mother, Betty Brower, who’s been an accomplished artist in both oils and watercolor for over 50 years.  I continue to paint with her during the summer months on the coast of Oregon, and look for workshops throughout the NW as well as the SW to grow and mature with my oils.” –Michael Muldoon artist statement.


M. Muldoon

Artist Michael Muldoon exhibits original oil paintings, framed limited edition giclees and unframed limited edition giclees. First introduced during the MOMENTS Seaside First Saturday Art Walk in July, Michael has elected to became aresident for Fairweather House and Garden, in addition, to exhibiting his work at Trail’s End Gallery.  We welcome Michael.