Monthly Archives: February 2016

More Seashells

I’m drawn to natural objects as subjects for painting. The variation of shape, texture and color in these seashells delights me. It seems a bit off to be painting seashells in Winter in North America, but a painter can dream … Continue reading

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Cliff Cave Park

Painted with my friends Jan Trager and Judy Stroup today at Cliff Cave Park in St. Louis county. The weather was fairly mild for early February, but occasional wind gusts made me glad I wore my thermals. Judy warned me … Continue reading

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More trompe l’oeil

More fun with still life trompe l’oeil painting. This piece is 12×12 oil on panel. I experimented with a bright salmon background for added drama. The seashells were a gift from a friend who thought they would make a good … Continue reading

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