Meredith, Olivia and Emile. Aren’t they lovely? I’m really excited about how this portrait came out. I think their affection is apparent, as well as their likeness. The collector loved the painting from the photos I sent, but I’m waiting anxiously to hear how it was received in person (I do that every time I ship a painting!). …
I’m well into a very fun portrait project. A few weeks ago I took (a couple hundred) photos of this lovely young woman and her horse. They chose 5 photos that may be the right one, and I made sketches to make it easier to choose. Here are 2 of the 5 sketches. It’s hard …
More subdued colors in this one.
6×6, oil on wood. These came out really vibrant. I’m going to give this another try tomorrow.
“Leaning” 6×6, oil on naked wood. Email to inquire. Three garlic bulbs leaning left. I love the shimmery skins of these.
Orange Juice / 6×8 in / oil on wood / I really enjoyed the subtle colors of the shadows.
6×8, oil on canvas. I was in a silly mood, so here is a toy car driving through a popcorn snow storm.
8×10, oil on canvas. This morning I painted for an hour in the park, and it was just lovely. This is a wide river with hills and mountains in the distance. I didn’t get very far with the painting – I’ll go back to finish it some time.
“Sunday Driver” 6×8, oil on canvas. A little red and yellow car and it’s reflection in a can. Super fun.