Tuesday, July 31, 2007

"Say What?", oil on masonite, 12x12" SOLD

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All my cows before this series tended to be brown and white. I didn't expect to enjoy these so much. I see a larger format coming.

Monday, July 30, 2007

"Proms To Come", oil on canvas, 20x30"

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I've been wanting to do one of the wardrobe images on a larger format for some time. This one has always seemed a little daunting so it seemed like the obvious one to start with.

Sunday, July 29, 2007

"Twist of Fate", oil on masonite, 12x12"

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I've been away from the paint for a bit. Too long to explain.
My larger cow images are currently hung in a corporate setting in Kirkland, Washington. After delivering them I remembered how much fun they were to render. I'm afraid you'll be seeing more...soon.

Friday, July 06, 2007

Thursday, July 05, 2007

"Daylilly" oil on masonite, 6x6"

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I have so much to say about this painting that I don't know where to begin. First, I'm usually at my day job on July 5th. Since I was home today I spent the better part of my hours weeding. When we moved here my husband and I neither one was interested in gardening. However, we had this perverse idea that we could plant a few flowers and the would provide me endless subject matter. Now that we have landscaped 2.5+ acres most of the time is spent in maintaining it. Today, as I trudged along, I kept passing this flower. After I gave in to the 84 degree heat I drug my French Easel out of the cobwebs and set up right in front of this beauty. It was so much fun I can't even describe it.

Wednesday, July 04, 2007

"At The Gala", oil on masonite, 6x6"

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This gentleman and his wife were at a recent art gala that we attended. They were so "artsy". It reminds one that image isn't everything but it counts.

Tuesday, July 03, 2007

"Red, White and Blue" oil on masonite, 4x4"

I didn't expect this challenge to be so difficult.

Monday, July 02, 2007

"Shadow Play", oil on masonite, 4x4"

This was sitting on my kitchen counter, under the pot rack. All of the overhead light was fractured in every imaginable direction.