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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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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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March Remembrance

This is an 11×14 oil on panel.  The items in the still life are personal items that belong to Tom and I.  I made the origami peace dove from some paper given to me by my mom and the compass … Continue reading

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