I first saw water birds near a park called Belle Slough near Mayflower, Arkansas. These birds may be Blue Herons or possibly one is a crane. These are small oil paintings on 5 x 7 canvas panels. For more information on the Blue Heron click here. For information on the crane painting click here. These links will take you to my Daily Paintworks gallery where you can see other birds and other types of paintings.
This painting is on traditional linen canvas on stretcher bars. It is very heavily textured and the paint strokes stand out! The edges of the painting are carefully painted so that it can be hung without a frame if desired. Read more about it by clicking here.
I am trying something new–an auction of two small oil paintings on my Daily Paint Works online gallery. You can see the oil paintings in my gallery by clicking here. There you can click on one of the two bird paintings if you want to know how to place a bid.
These are both small 7″ x 5″ oil paintings. The first painting is a Rainbow Bunting, found in Mexico.
The second oil painting is a Golden Fronted Fruit Sucker found in places like Thailand and Cambodia. These are aviary birds, too, and can be seen in many zoos.
This is another summer landscape. It is a 10 x 14 oil painting.
On a winter January day I thought it would be fun to post a picture of summer! This is a small 8×10 in oil.
I added twenty five of my paintings of flowers to my gallery today. Some of these are in oils, and some in acrylics.
A single click on any picture in my gallery will bring up a slide show where the paintings are greatly enlarged and can be viewed in better detail.
I am learning how to transfer photos of my art from the computer into my Cronesinger Gallery. I would never be able to do this without the help of my husband who is a wizard at this computer thing. I have to go over how to do everything a number of times before I catch on. I think I was born in the wrong generation! I will try to post a few photos every week so watch my Gallery! It is on the right hand side of my home page. If you click (or double click) any image the gallery will open up as a slideshow. You can navigate with the right and left arrows.