The first thing I want every morning is a cup of coffee. I like Community Coffee and Starbucks. Sometimes we get Black Silk (Folgers). I accidentally broke my favorite coffee cup a month ago but we have lots of others. I have not decided on one yet. This painting is 8 x8 on canvas panel. It would look good in some one’s kitchen! For more information, click here.
Painting an old stone bridge is a very satisfying way to spend an afternoon. I don’t like to paint modern steel bridges or tall modern building. I love old architecture from the 1880’s and have painted a lot of old buildings and several old bridges. For more information, click here.
Into the Woods is an 8 x 8 oil painting on canvas panel. Look closely and you will see a small path leading into he woods! For more information, click here
My good friend Sally has a number of fruit trees in her front yard. These apples came from her tree last year. We picked a few green, and waited a week or so for the apples to turn red. But the next time we went to check the tree, the squirrels had beaten us! For more information, click here.
This is a 5 x 7 oil painting on canvas panel. For further information, click here.
Lily Two is the mate to Lily One which I showed last week. Lily Two is the same size , 7 x 5 on canvas panel. It was fun painting all the tiny red spots on the lily’s petals! For more information, click here.
Lily Two is a small 7 x 5 mixed media painting on canvas panel. I should have shown it around Easter, but somehow, I failed to do so. Lily is so beautiful that I decided to show it today. I will show its mate next week. For more information, click here.
Homer’s Lake is an oil painting on stretched canvas. It is 8 x 10. I named this painting in memory of an old painter friend in our neighborhood. For more information, click here.
I have photographed many cypress trees at this park and other parks in my neighborhood. All cypress trees like to grow in the water, and spread their roots out in an interesting fashion. This is an oil painting, 8 x 10 with lots of texture. To see other landscapes or to find out more about this painting, click here.
Twin Trees is a heavily textured 10 x 8 oil painting on canvas panel. I have been particularly pleased with the way my bark on the trees really does look rough! For more information, click here.