Oil, 6×6, March 30. I took a break from my larger painting to paint this onion, and I’m pretty happy with it…
Yesterday (Sat, Mar 28) I started a larger (18″ x 24″) painting.
I’m scrubbing this one… Oh well. (8×8 oil, March 26)
“Linked” / 6×8 /oil on canvas on board / $180 / email to purchase
Wooden train with magnet links. If anyone has advice about how to photograph oil paintings using a digital camera, please leave a comment or email me.
(The last couple days I worked on a larger landscape, which I think I’ll scrub.)
SOLD. Cows / oil painting on canvas / 8×10 in / More paintings of animals in a landscape.
Cows (probably Jersey cows) eating hay. I love cows, and I’m really happy with this one.
I went to an artist gathering / show & tell and was both inspired and encouraged.
Oil on gessoed foam core, 6×6″. March 18th. I really liked these apples on the Chartreuse fabric – very fun colors to paint. (I’m getting faster, so I’m able to get my hands washed before naptime ends!)
Oil on canvas, 6×8″, March 17th. I love the colors at around sunset – I’ll keep trying to capture this…
Oil on wood, 4 1/2″ x 10″, $180
March 16. I love painting on wood! I’ve wanted to do this for a long time, but just hadn’t gotten around to it. Our cutting board fell apart over the weekend and I took the opportunity to try painting on it – can’t wait to get some more wood! I really like the way the whole thing looks – the colors and the modeling. What fun.
Oil on canvas, 8×6″, March 14th. I really like the green-orange-pink colors of the small gala apples! The apple in front is my best apple so far.
Oil on canvas board, 6×6, March 12. I had a couple false starts with this one trying to get the colors. My photo didn’t really get the hues right – it came out pretty decent. I’ll try painting this a few more times.
Oil on canvas board, 6×8. March 9, 2009. I’m very happy with the color harmony in this one!
Not as happy with these oranges than the ones before…
Oil on canvas board, 8×8. After a few days of not getting anywhere, I started this one.
I really liked the way these flowers have started spraying over the side of the vase. The colors are much nicer in the actual painting – I need to spend some time setting up a photo area, but it’s hard to take the time away from painting… – see other floral paintings
flowers start out beautiful, and then become more and more interesting as they age. Here are some flowers mid-wilt.