Saturday, June 10, 2017

Where Does the Sun Find You?


Where Does the Sun Find You?
Oil on Stretched Canvas, 8" x 10"
Available at $30 plus $10 shipping.
Detail (Close-Up) Below:



This one is done with a palette knife, from imagination. It has a little story.
I started it last night, and got half way, and hated it. Was about to scrape the whole canvas off, then decided I could still do that today if I still hated it. But today it seemed to have some possibilities, so I finished it. Glad I didn't scrape it. It's one of my high texture pieces, done just with the tip and sides of the knife. You can see the texture in the detail photo.

Friday, June 09, 2017

Light Lavender Iris - SOLD

Light Lavender Iris
Oil on Stretched Canvas, 10" x 8"
SOLD at $25 plus $10 shipping.



There were so many "frills" on this iris that I felt like I was trying to channel Georgia. Just the blended organic feel of things here. Hope you like it.

Thursday, June 08, 2017

To the Meadow

To the Meadow
Oil on Stretched Canvas, 16" x 20"
Available at $125 plus $10 shipping.



This is again, a larger landscape, and took a couple of days to complete.
I'm really pretty happy with it; like the mood and feeling of it.
You can click on the image to see it larger.

Monday, June 05, 2017

Woodland Gem - SOLD

Woodland Gem
Oil on Stretched Canvas, 8" x 10"
SOLD at $30 plus $10 shipping.



I generally don't brag on my own work, but I'm just tickled with how nicely this one turned out. So I'm calling it a "gem" because I think it is. The bit of lavender in the sky, the pink tinge to the road, the subtle way the trees along the road in the background came out, the soft shadows in the road, like an overcast day...all nice. I'm happy with it.

Sunday, June 04, 2017

Limes in the Limelight

Limes in the Limelight
Oil on GessoBord, 6" x 6"
Available at $25 plus $10 shipping.




6/10/17: I've lightened the shadows, and taken another photo in natural light.
Big difference!

Next to the lemons in the display case at the Natural Foods store, so pretty.
The greens are tricky, though, as green usually is.
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