Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Recent Still Lifes






It has been a busy summer! I've gotten lax about posting, but I have been painting as often as possible. Here are three of my latest pieces for you.

I hope you are enjoying a wonderful (and not too hot) July.  Happy painting!

Saturday, May 6, 2017

Still Life with Peonies


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A little 6x6 miniature painted from the peonies in my Dad's garden.

I hope you're having a wonderful weekend!

Thursday, April 13, 2017

Ode to Edvard


For some reason -- perhaps too much exposure to OMS -- this little painting reminds me of comedy/tragedy masks. It is more of a tragedy/tragedy, though. It sort of feels like "The Scream" of my still life world. Ha!

Well, I'm off to get a nice dose of fresh air. Take care, friends!

Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Fresh Peach with Vintage Crate


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In the Texas panhandle, we seem to move from winter to summer. It's bitterly cold one day and hot the next. This year, however, we are having a true spring. I'm glossing over some of the horribly windy days, but for the most part, our weather has been gorgeous. Since that is so unusual for us, it's all right to brag about it, right? Good.

Along with the beautiful weather, the market is filling up with fun things to paint. Tulips, peonies, peaches, oh my! Life is pretty sweet. I hope you're having a great week!

Happy Easter to you and yours.

Tuesday, April 4, 2017

Sliced


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This painting is for the Daily Paintwork's Sliced Challenge. Please stop by and see all of the fun paintings.

I hope you're having a great week. Happy painting!

Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Silver Bowl with Blackberries




I am fascinated by reflections, and this little silver bowl did not disappoint! It turned into a self-portrait of sorts, and that is always fun.

I hope you're having a great week! Happy painting!



Saturday, February 18, 2017

Still Life with Peeled Clementine



After a week of feeling under the weather, it was fun to be back at my easel! 

The color orange has always been tricky for me to paint. I'm slowly learning that saturation is the key for the darker value areas. Or at least, it seems to be the key with citrus. Do you have a color that is an issue for you, too?

I hope you are staying WELL and enjoying these last few weeks of winter. Winter is my favorite season, so I am trying to savor each day.

Happy painting!