Water pipes! Toilet plungers! A large blue screw! Steam coming out of pipes and plungers and a floating pillow! Such are some of the images in “Pipe Dreams: A Plumbing Nightmare.” You know you want to hang this unique image in your home.!! It is waiting for you in my Daily Paintworks Gallery. Click here to get further information about this night vision.
I first saw water birds near a park called Belle Slough near Mayflower, Arkansas. These birds may be Blue Herons or possibly one is a crane. These are small oil paintings on 5 x 7 canvas panels. For more information on the Blue Heron click here. For information on the crane painting click here. These links will take you to my Daily Paintworks gallery where you can see other birds and other types of paintings.
This painting is on traditional linen canvas on stretcher bars. It is very heavily textured and the paint strokes stand out! The edges of the painting are carefully painted so that it can be hung without a frame if desired. Read more about it by clicking here.
This is a heavily textured small painting of a favorite summer flower—red poppies! The canvas shows deliberate scrapes for texture and interest. For further information about this small painting, click here.
A lemon tree in Tucson, Arizona, astonished me because it had hundreds of lemons attached and it was only a small tree! I had never seen lemons growing (only in bags in Krogers). This painting will make an interesting addition to a collection. For information on how to collect it, click here.
An interesting house with a faded roof next to a barn caught my eye on a trip to Maynard, Arkansas. I loved the way the road and grass melted together and red clover bloomed in several places. This small oil painting is on canvas panel and will look great in a wooden frame. Why don’t you collect it and begin or add to your art collection? For information on doing this, click here.
I originally called this painting “Where the Heart Is” because so many people love the lakes in Arkansas! This is an 10 x 8 acrylic painting that looks like an oil painting! You can see the availability and more about it by going to my online gallery here.