Summer Progress, press

Happy Summer! It’s arrived suddenly here in South Dakota. From freezing to over 80 degrees within a few weeks! It is glorious outside. I am working in the studio full time, but get outside for lunch and to let the dogs play. I hope you’re enjoying some sunshine, too! Summer, 48×72″, oil painting on canvas, …

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Teal Waters

Teal Waters, 40″ square, available at Art Resources Gallery. This painting went through some serious changes as it went along. Most notably, I removed the sun and added some rocks to direct the eye to the tangerine colored sailboats on the horizon. I’m not sure if you can see them in the photo, but in …

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Are you entranced by the colors that poke through the snow, too?

I’ve been experimenting like crazy with Acrylics this month… I feel like this exploration will add a depth to my portraits and landscapes. This little painting took a few days, with lots of drying time between coats. I wanted to replicate the beautiful effect of opaque snow sitting on the amber wheat fields. This scene …

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“Big Sioux River” landscape painting, and print winner announced.

Big Sioux River 8×10 inch oil painting on hold Denise C.  is the winner of the drawing for a free matted print! Congratulations Denise! Email or call with your print choice and shipping information. Here are your choices: I used random.org to select the winner from all the people signed up for my mailing list. …

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Scoters – landscape painting of the ocean and birds by Jessie Rasche

UPDATED photo. In this painting I was going for a that feeling where you can almost see something but not quite… This one is a bit more abstract that the paintings I’ve been doing lately. What do you think? If you enjoyed reading this, subscribe to my blog. That way, you’ll never miss a post! …

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