This large painting is first in a series of “cave” paintings I hope to do for a show next summer at the Strecker Nelson. I’ve been gazing at a book that has incredible photos of these great cave drawings in California….I tried to walk away from the idea, but I can’t….It’s like preserving a memory of my present life in a permanent place
There is nothing like “stepping out of the room” to see how a painting is coming along….After working on custom work or even some of my own ideas, I can’t really “see” what I’m doing until I leave the studio and then walk back in later. Even though we all don’t like interruptions, maybe an interruption is just what the eyes need!
Acrylic on large 100 % cotton rag paper. I received lots of photos and sometimes got lost in the details, but all’s well that ends well. The client was great to work with …giving me almost instant feedback when I needed it!
Acrylic on canvas portrait of two great dogs enjoying the day indoors!
My 2nd small garden painting. Now that September has arrived, there is a realization that all of this garden will slowly fade to a more somber color pallet…so, there might be one more painting on the easel soon!
Acrylic paintings of dogs and cats on heavy watercolor paper. Lots of fun to work small for a change. We hope to make some smaller prints of some of the work to sell in our store in Weston or on our website! enjoy