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Saturday, December 01, 2012

Sky and Wildflowers - SOLD

Sky and Wildflowers (or maybe Tulips?)
Oil over Acrylics on Canvas Panel, 9" x 12"

Another class piece, painted over with oils.
At first I was thinking wildflowers, but now they look a bit like tulips to me.

Friday, November 30, 2012

Greens - SOLD

Oil on Stretched Canvas, 12" x 12"
Revised and SOLD.

Playing with all sorts of greens here, with pink and lavender counterpoints.

Thursday, November 29, 2012

Sunset Lavender Fields - SOLD

Sunset Lavender Fields
Oil over acrylic on Canvas Panel, 9" x 12"

Done with my private student this afternoon.

Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Marsh Light - SOLD

Marsh Light
Oil on Canvas Panel, 9" x 12"

This is another oil over acrylics, a painting started for class, and never completed.
(I hate to waste canvas.)
You can decide if it's sunrise or sunset light.

Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Fall Leftovers - SOLD

Fall Leftovers
Oil on Canvas Panel, 9" x 12"

This one started out as a fall (acrylic) demo in class, but we didn't complete it. So today, so as not to waste the canvas, I finished it in oils. I left little tiny bits of the underpainting showing through, a nice effect. Click to see it larger.

Monday, November 26, 2012

Pink, Green Hydrangea - SOLD

Pink, Green Hydrangea
Oil on Stretched Canvas, 12" x 12"
Revised and SOLD.

Since I had a lot of the greens left over from the Hydrangeas commission, I decided to do one for the blog.
The composition is a little different for me, I like it.

Hydrangea Set - SOLD

Hydrangea Set: SOLD
Each 16" x 16" x 1.5"
Oils on Gallery Wrapped Canvas

I think the set turned out nicely. Just have to paint the bottoms and a couple of the sides and tops.

Sunday, November 25, 2012

Mountains and Shoreline - SOLD

Mountains and Shoreline
Oil on Stretched Canvas, 16" x 20"

I was way out of my comfort zone on this one, which was done as a follow-along painting with Johannes Vloothuis yesterday. The 6 hour class was through a video stream. His palette is different than mine, and I couldn't get the reference photos (later I used Firefox and was able to get them) he was using, so I really was limping along.(Besides not "knowing" mountains.) But I thought it might appeal to someone, so here we are.

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