This is the “mate” to the painting shown on Dec. 10. It, too, hung in the bedroom of an Arizona artist for a number of years, and was done by me especially for him and his wife. This painting depicts a house of ill repute at dusk in the west with two customer’s horses tied at the rail.
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 think these barns actually had gray tin roofs, but I felt that the painting needed color so I repainted them red! The painting is 9 x 12.
This house belonged to a friend who moved to Colorado. Her dog, a black lab mix, is on the porch.
Cheerful, primary colors to brighten up a winter day.
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.