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Saturday, July 02, 2011

Frog Pond 2, Brookside - SOLD

Frog Pond 2, Brookside
Oil on Stretched Canvas, 12" x 12"
SOLD at $55.00 plus shipping.

I loved the view at the frog pond at Brookside, and wanted to go again, this time in the air conditioning, and working from my photos. Isn't this one nice?

Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Woodland Path and A Lesson - SOLD

Woodland Path
Oil on Stretched Canvas, 11" x 14"
SOLD at $60.00 plus shipping.

I had a request from a collector to do a lesson on how to paint a scene like this in a rectangular shape. That lesson is now complete and available. It is basically a printable lesson in a pdf (portable document file) format, which I will email to you. The price of the lesson is $35.00, also the price suggested by the collector.

It is a step by step instructional on how to paint this painting, with color mixing, stages of the painting, and some general tips on "how to." I think you might enjoy it.

Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Water Lilies, Lake Artemesia

Water Lilies, Lake Artemesia
Oil on Stretched Canvas, 24" x 24"
Available at $200 plus $50 shipping.

Although I like working large, it's a little iffy with the shipping as expensive as it is. At any rate, this large one was done from photos I took at Lake Artemesia, with the light bouncing off the lilies, and one flower showing.

Monday, June 27, 2011

Sunflower and Cherries, Revised

Sunflower and Cherries, Revised Oil on Canvas Panel, 9" x 12"
Available at $45.00 plus shipping.

When I posted this one the other day (June 21) I saw how pale the bowl had gotten. It was actually a blue bowl, but in the photo it looked white. So I added some more blue color to the bowl, and here you go. Another chance for this one to find a home.

Sunday, June 26, 2011

Peaches on Napkins

Peaches on Napkins
Oil on Gessoed Panels, 6" x 6"
Available each at $35.00 plus shipping.
Or the set at $65.00 plus shipping.

I wanted to do some peaches, but they seemed so plain just sitting on paper, so I added cloth napkins, to see how that would work. They make a sort of set, I think. With my light shining on them, they smelled so fine while I was painting them.
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