Monday, June 29, 2009
Sorry I have not posted anything lately. Life has taken over. I will get back to painting just as soon as I can.
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Tuesday, June 9, 2009
Wednesday, June 3, 2009
Probably you smelled buttercups and got pollen on your nose as a child. It is such a fun memory. Around Floresville Tx and San Antonio they were mostly yellow but where I live now, I see mostly pink - pink evening primroses. I have painted them with a sparrow on one side of the vase and a landscape on the other side. The photo came out a little darker on the landscape side, both sides are actually the same ligher color blue.
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Labels: bird, china, Painting, Pink Evening Primrose, porcelain, sparrow, Texas landscape, vase
Monday, June 1, 2009
Notice how the sailboat looks like it is in rough water. When we were first married, we had a little sail boat and EVERY TIME we ever took it out there was a storm or too strong winds or something broke or we argued about who was captain - you can see my feeling about sailboats in this painting! Any minute and it will "tump" over. I will be cold, wet and mad! I am going to go paint some fruit, can't get much calmer than that.
It's summertime. I have finished my last magazine. The renthouse is just about polished up and I am back in the art mode! Here is a little 5 x 7 tile of the ocean. I have happy childhood memories of the beach and happy memories from going with my kids almost every summer of their lives and now the grandkids. I think I need to darken the birds. I hope they get out of the way of those big waves.
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