These three peonies survived a hot summer but the blooms were not as large as the ones my mother grew! This painting in acrylic is on a canvas panel. It is 10″ x 8″. To see more information and go to my online art gallery, click here.
This is a heavily textured acrylic painting that is on canvas added to 3/16″ Masonite. It is 10×8″ and a very good size for standard frames. This is now available in my online art store. Click here for more information.
This is another study for a painting. Like the previous post, it is painted on cardboard. It is acrylic . 8 5/8 x 11 1/4. I added the woman and child later as a focal point. I think that if I decide to turn this into another painting, I will place the figures more to the left. Those of you who are artists should know that if you paint on cardboard be sure to gesso both sides of this support several times. This is not the type of cardboard that boxes are made out of, but is a heavy type somewhat like mat board!
This is a study for a painting. It is 8 1/2 x 11 (acrylic) and is painted on a type of cardboard! I tried to paint on cardboard after seeing the many paintings by Picasso that our Little Rock museum showed a year or so ago. I did not know that cardboard was such a stable support! But not ideal, I guess.
This is the “mate” to the painting shown on Dec. 10. It, too, hung in the bedroom of an Arizona artist for a number of years, and was done by me especially for him and his wife. This painting depicts a house of ill repute at dusk in the west with two customer’s horses tied at the rail.
This painting was done by me especially for a famous Western Artist, now deceased. It hung in his bedroom for a number of years.
Lots of glistening, fresh-cut watermelons! Painting is 12 x 16, bright and cheerful!