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Sunday, September 21, 2014

"Impatiens" oil 5x7

Impatiens painted from life. Impatiens are one of my favorite shade flowers. I 
have some in a hanging basket and some in containers, they are so beautiful.

"Quiet Light" oil 8x8

Each brushstroke came from within my mind. I started out with the 
bed and kept on going. I wanted to make sure the light was in 
perspective and checked my living room window to see how the 
light hit the wall. It reminds me of a quite place with a touch of light.

Friday, September 12, 2014

"Farm House" oil 8x10

When traveling through Eatonville, WA, I had seen this beautiful scene and had to paint it.
  Eatonville, also the most part of Washington has gorgeous scenery. Farming land, many trees
lakes, creeks, Mt Rainier and so on.
I was asked again to demo at the Washington State Fair in the fine arts department Saturday the 13th from 10:00am till 8:00pm.  It's called the miniature paint out. Along with myself and three 
other artists, we each paint in a different mediums, I will be painting in oils.  I have a lot
of fun spending time with the artists and meeting many people. The crew that works in the fine art department are extremely organized and a joy to be around. 

Tuesday, September 9, 2014

"Creek Bed" oil 8x10

This scene is of a creek bed that is located in Eatonville, WA. The beauty of what God has created is so perfect and it's all for us!

Monday, September 1, 2014

"Supper Light" oil 8x10

A painting I did of a dinning table that is set for an early supper. I painted this from Pioneer Farm Museum. This old cabin was built in the eighteen hundreds along with all their belongings. I can picture the family after a hard days work, tending the farm animals, tilling the land, washing 
the clothes and so on, sitting down to this table with gratitude in their hearts.   

"Lavender Road" oil 8x10

This is the house of the property owners of the lavender fields and vineyards. It is located in Eatonville, Washington. I did a show there and was overwhelmed with the beauty.  

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

"Laundering" oil 8x8

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While in the car and driving for scenic views to paint we noticed a sign, this way to Pioneer Farm Museum, (lets go). It was way out yonder, we thought we missed it but finally found the place. It was wonderful, everything was from the eighteen hundreds, school house, teachers house, barn and so on. The tour guide was dressed for that period of time along with the other workers. They staged everything down to the clothesline the way it would look way back when. I took some photos to paint from and this is one them.