This collection of antique bottles seems to me to show a visit a silly mother-in-law (pink bottle) and her spouse (green bottle). Her tall son (white bottle) stands protectively over them. For more information click here.
It is easy to see the fancy yellow bottle as “Mama” and the slender brown bottle as a Teenager! This is an oil painting on canvas panel. For more information, click here.
This is a “family portrait” of the Bottle Family! I inherited a collection of antique bottles and decided to paint them. For the next six weeks or so, I will post various members of the family. The more I studied my bottles, the more they began to resemble family members! This is an oil painting, 8 x 10. If you have an interest in it, click here.
This is a 7 x 5 small painting on ampersand board of primroses. For more information, click here.
This is a small 6 x 8 inch painting of a purchase I made at Kroger. Yellow onions were on special and came in a mesh bag. Instead of arranging them in a bowl, I decided to try painting them in the mesh bag! It was quite an ordeal, but I was satisfied when I had finished. For information on the painting, click here.
These Gloxinas are a house plant, given to me as a gift. I could hardly wait to paint them! For more information on this 8 x 6 painting, click here.
I painted this Gullah South Carolina woman several years ago, but forgot to put her on my blog. She has a vast dignity and I liked her print dress. For other Gullah pictures, you can go to my dailypaintworks gallery and look under the Gullah heading. For more information on this 7 x 5 painting on canvas panel, click here.
Do you need a gift for your church organist? Or for yourself if you play the organ? This small 7 x 5 painting on canvas panel would make a cute addition to any musician’s home! For more information on this painting, click here.
This is a 10 x 8 acrylic painting on stretched canvas. It is painted with only two colors — red and blue (and a bit of green). For more information, click here.
These peonies are not easy flower to paint! A clear vase with water in it is also challenging! This is a 10 x 8 oil painting on a canvas panel. For more information, click here.