Here is another pet portrait! Annie is her name.
I owned a large, white German rose several years ago which finally gave up due, I believe to the unusual weather we have had in Arkansas. Roses don’t like to stand in water! For further information about the 8 x 8 oil on stretched canvas, click here.
Pumpkin is a golden doodle. His owner bought this portrait from the Pulaski County Humane Society’s auction. I was thrilled to paint this pet portrait. It is 10 x 8, a size many pet owner like because it is very easy to find frames to fit these portraits.
Durant Erecta Plant
I love this plant! Mine has been growing in a pot for several years, and covers itself with blue flowers all summer. I have read that the plant is toxic, but I am apparently not allergic to it, because I have noticed nothing. This is the first time I have painted it. For further information, click here.
Still Life with Pitchers and Lemon
This is a small oil painting, only 7 x 5 inches! It is painted on a canvas panel. More may be seen by clicking here,
Red and Gold Glory
I should have shown this lovely fall landscape last year, but the oil paint was extra heavy and took a long time to dry. It is on a canvas panel, 8 x 10, which will fit almost any commercial frame. For further information, click here.
Blue Bowl and Flowers # 2
This is the same blue bowl that I featured in last Sunday’s blog. I changed the flowers and the geometric background up. For more information on this painting, click here.
Zennias in a Porcelain Bowl
I love zinnias and several years ago had many wonderful plants that produced several hundred flowers. This oil painting is on a wood panel. For more information, click here.
Five Daisies in a Yellow Bowl
This 10 x 8 oil painting is on a wood panel. For further information, click here.
Daisies in a Clear Glass Bowl
This oil painting is 8 1/2 x 11 inches, canvas mounted on paper board. It is not for sale because there is a flaw in the mounted canvas.