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In the garden

June 26th, 2014 1 comment

garden
Painted a little garden scene this morning, inspired by all the colors in my garden and all of the amazing flowers you can see all over Seattle. This is a little postcard that someone is going to get in the mail. Decisions, decisions. This painting is not for sale.

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Friends

June 20th, 2014 No comments

horsepair
This postcard – sized painting says friendship and tranquility to me. I was really enjoying painting the colors of these two horses. I also like how the sky glows pink around them. This postcard is not for sale.

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An evening ride

June 19th, 2014 No comments

bikesunset
I love contrasty scenes with pretty skies and bikes. Need I say more?

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a crow day

June 18th, 2014 3 comments

crowcherriescrowstack
Today was a crow kind of day. June is the month of the year when the days are the longest, and the crows who are raising babies are waking up much earlier (and waking me up too) than they do other months of the year. As always, living in Seattle, I see crows all the time doing their dance of life in the trees, on the street, in the green areas around us. These paintings are sold.

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Lilacs in Quebec

June 3rd, 2014 4 comments

lilacThis morning, I came upon a beautiful photo, posted by a friend. It inspired me to paint. The lighting in the reference was sublime. I continue to work on one of the methods I learned in the workshop I did taught by Tom Hoffmann in Oaxaca.. Painting into wet paint, with a gradually drying brush.. I had a lot of fun painting this, it measures 8″ x 5″ and is on hand made Indian Village Paper. $125.00 buys this painting.

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