This 6 x 8 painting on panel was inspired by a sketch I made in Randolph County, around the area of Maynard, Arkansas. Notice the bent mail box. It used to be a favorite prank of teenagers to try to hit mail boxes. I’ve had to replace several! Click hereto see the price of the painting or to learn more about it.
The first snow always seems magical to me. I try to convey this sense of mystery with my use of the purple tones in the trees and water. This very small painting packs a lot in! For more information, click here.
At only 6 x 8 inches this is a small painting! But there is a lot to see in it. Notice the fence posts on either side of the small building and the way the narrow path leads up to the door. This scene was inspired by my visit to Randolph County in east Arkansas around the area of Maynard, a small town. For further information, click here.
This is a large painting–24 x 36–and could make a very striking focal point for a room! It will look good in a barn wood frame. The canvas was given to me by a very good friend who lives close to Heber Springs, Arkansas so I decided to name the painting for her! The foliage is very heavily textured. For more information, click here.
This is an oil painting on a canvas panel. I like the contrast between red and blue. To see more about this painting, click here.
This painting is on stretched canvas and has a lovely, serene feeling of peace. Notice the small house in the left hand side. Click here for more information.
This is an oil painting, very heavily textured. It is part of a series of fall paintings I did in oil for my September posts. Click here for more information or to see others in the series.