I completed this little girl last week but got distracted by the paintings that followed and didn’t get around to posting her. I was feeling a bit political and frustrated and her photo appealed to me because as beautiful as she is (and I personally find the female cardinals to be lovelier than the flashier… Continue reading Bird Series Continues
This one, of a Red-Bellied Woodpecker who frequents our feeders, is a bit bigger than my usual paintings. This one measures 10X10″. This fellow was a real challenge. The dogwood bark was actually pretty fun. Hopefully, I captured his essence.
Finished this one today. Another in the 6X6 bird series in oil. I took a few progress photos to give you and idea of how these emerge. In the morning, I do the first layer. The first layer is very thin, very lean paint. I do paint directly onto the white panel (I use Ampersand… Continue reading Evil Eye
A Pine Warbler (actually a couple of them) have started showing up at the feeders. Pretty little things. I love that the soles of their feet are yellow. As always, this one is for sale. Contact me for more information.
This is the last painting of 2017. I’m waiting for it to get good and solid so I can varnish it and take at least four of these down to the RAL Art Center to hang in my wall rental space. And had the joy of selling one of the little bird paintings to a… Continue reading Gold In Snow
This little fellow was looking for bird seed on a wet winter morning and ended up standing in a puddle. It is for sale. Contact me for more information by leaving a message in the comments section.
Just a quick oil painting in which I was practicing the art of lost edges.