This landscape is one that I see on my trips antiquing and always wonder why I haven't painted it. I love the winding road and the wonderful rock wall that leads you back into the picture. I'm sure the trees aren't this green any more with the massive Texas drought but they have been immortalized in this painting now.
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This is a tiny painting:4x6!! Smaller than my usual! Thought I'd paint it a la prima but I never can seem to "Step away from the canvas." I took this photo several weeks ago when I went on the North Dallas Chicken Coup Tour. This charming little basket beckoned me and I really enjoyed painting it almost all at once!
Thank you for checking out my blog on this sultry summer afternoon.
Not much to show so far on this new picture. I am working on a picture of a friend's child in a fountain in the Bronx this summer. It won't be an identifiable picture but I really liked the design it made. This is two days worth of work. I will only be able to work in the A.M. because it gets too hot at the studio. Dr. Fredrick - the best hand surgeon ever- has told me not to get hot and sweaty! Hard orders to follow in a sweltering Texas summer but if there is a way to get around it, I will! Early morning dog walks and early painting will have to suffice for now until I have surgical bandages removed on 13th. Can't wait!!
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I was born in Dallas, Texas quite a while ago. Went to school in Dallas and college in Denver,Colo. Now I live in Highland Park, a small suburb of Dallas.
I worked for DISD for 30 years and now I'm starting my second profession. Started this blog to showcase some of my paintings and hear from others. Especially those who like what they see!
To purchase any of my paintings, please contact me at: firstname.lastname@example.org