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.
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.
I did a bit of trail-riding a few years ago but never crossed a creek! This is a painting that could be called western art and I don’t do many of these.
Rows of crops segregated by a path and a barbed wire fence are in the foreground of this 18 x 24 painting. The cultivated crops are surrounded by woods…typical of a small farm in Arkansas.
This painting is 16 x20 which is a standard size for ready-made frames. I have tried in the last few years to use standard size canvas.