A strange little building sits in the middle of the country. A cross on the top points to an interesting pattern of clouds in the sky . Two birds fly on the left hand part of the sky. For more information, click here.
Tiny Houses when new, are expensive, but this tiny house is an old one whose owner added new windows and shutters! The front door is still an old one. For more information about this painting, click here.
This is an 8 x 10 painting. For more information, click here.
This painting should have been published in my blog last fall, but somehow got “lost” in my messy studio! Once I found it, I wanted to go ahead and show it in my June blog, before it runs off again! If you are ready for some cooler weather and would like to know more about this painting, click here.
This beautiful German Shepherd is named Segla after a place in Norway visited by her two owners. Segla is painted on her blue cushion bed on her owner’s deck. For more information and to see other pet portraits, click here.
I like the shape of this pitcher but it is not handmade. The challenge here was to see if I could paint a shiny white porcelain pitcher but make it show up well on a white table cloth! For more information, click here.
This beautiful piece of hand thrown pottery was given to me by a wonderful Lebanese artist. I love the color of it and decided to feature it in a still life with lemons and a white cloth to show it off. The pot itself has given me many years of pleasure and is not for sale, but if you are interested in the painting, find out more by clicking here.
This oil painting is 10 x 8 on canvas panel. For more information, click here.