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 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 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!
I was interested in painting snow and frozen ice in this piece. The old house I fancied to be 76 years old. The three added women in black add a feeling of strangeness to this art.
A wonderful town to visit! Probably too cold in the winter for me, though.