Tag Archives: orange
Last month Tom and I hiked at Shaw Nature Reserve during a controlled prairie burn – something the caretakers do every Winter. The distant trail was closed but we could see and smell the smoke across the glade. This is … Continue reading
Oil on panel 12×24. Looks like that orange is about to take a leap!
I decided just to play today with this still life of objects from my studio; my favorite gold bird, a Pfaltzgraf jug, a blue glass vase and a postcard with a little drawing of a face done by Monet when … Continue reading
This may be a work in progress…I’m thinking about changing the background a bit. I’ll repost if I do. Tom’s dad bought the vase during a trip to China. This is a 12×16 oil on panel.
16×16 oil painting on panel – three versions. I’ve had some fun with this piece. Thanks for suggestions from my friends Tatyana, Jan, Maggie, et al!
A small study. The last mums in my garden…sad to see the flowers disappearing. This is a 9×12 oil on panel.
Well the light through the leaves on our Sweet Gum tree during Fall makes it almost worth having to rake up the spiny little balls every year. I did say ‘almost’…hope you all are enjoying the trees this year, too. … Continue reading
One more small still life before the weekend is over! The plate belonged to my grandma, then my mom and now me and the cloth underneath has a nice tropical pattern that I thought would play well with it and … Continue reading
Some of the MOPAPA gang and I painted in my friend Jan’s amazing garden yesterday. The sky was overcast for the most part, and the day was hot and extremely humid. I couldn’t believe all the colors in this plant. Apparently the … Continue reading