These grapes look almost real! Some are dark blue, almost violet, and some are a red/brown. I think there is something satisfying about this painting. For more information, click here.
This is my first painting of plums! I enjoyed painting them so much that I’m planning another one soon. This painting is oil, 5 x 7 on canvas panel. To see more, click here.
Three lemons on my cutting board appear to be discussing something! Lemon Talk is another “kitchen” painting, 5 x 7, oil on panel. To learn more, click here.
This is a “kitchen” painting–a 5 x 7 oil painting on a canvas panel. Click here to learn more.
Orange Splendor is a very heavily textured acrylic painting on panel. Most of the work was done using a palette knife. For further information, click here.
Three Ivory Roses
This oil painting on an 8 x 10 panel was a challenge to paint! White roses are often difficult for artists because of the shadows needed. For further information, click here.
Pink Charm is an 8 x 8 painting on panel. For further information on the painting, click here.
Some types of peonies resemble roses, but their very different leaves give them away! This oil painting is 10 x 8 on stretched canvas. For further information, click here.
I’ve had a yellow hibiscus plant for five years or so that bloomed in the late summer on the deck. Last October I brought it inside and placed it in a different location, a very, very sunny window and was amazed to find that it continued to bloom until early December! Sometimes it had 3 or more flowers at the same time! The presence of lots of sunlight is clearly necessary for the plant to continue to bloom through the fall and into the early winter. For further information on this painting, click here.
Wild Pink Roses
This is an oval, stretched canvas painted in oil and displayed with a grey board behind it for purposes of the photography. The oval canvas is painted on all edges and it is not intended to be framed, but can be hung as is. The grey board is not part of the painting, but may give you an idea of the size as the grey board is about 10 x 8. For further information on this painting, click here.