Friday, February 24, 2012

The daily challenge on paintworks was to paint raw meat. So, This guy is all dressed for dinner and no place to go. 

Friday, February 17, 2012

Lazy Days

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This is a daily painting that I had to walk away from a couple of times. But reminded me of what I love about what I do. When I go back to the painting I see it through new eyes and can continue. I hope that when people look at me art its the same for them. That each time they look at it, its through new eyes. 

Friday, February 10, 2012

Four Days Till Valentines Day

I am still having fun with my daily paintings. Valentines Day will be here soon. I spent the day with my Grandson Micheal. We went shopping for Valentine's  and lots of candy. Every candy he picked up he assured me that it was his favorite and that is why we had to have it. Yes, I am a gramma. We got them all.

Thursday, February 9, 2012

Twisted in Pink

I am finding that I am enjoying the daily painting thing to much. I am working on spending more time in the studio and now I am doing that. it feels great!
I just have to learn to stay there and continue working on the larger pieces I have waiting. I do have a couple of competitions  that I will enter.  The canvas are drawn, sitting here in my studio and ready to go.
 I also do 3 art fair type shows during the summer with my Mom. Who is a fabulous oil painter. Those shows are coming up fast. 
Anyway back to the twisted flamingo's . I have a cousin that Has a bath done all in pink flamingo's and this is for his collection. Hes gone this week and I was thinking about him.
I will get some of my mom's art and show you. It truly is Fabulous.

Tuesday, February 7, 2012

White on White Challenge

The Daily Paintworks has a challenge listed on there site. This one looked like fun and I was right. Sometimes just painting to paint is fun. When you don't have to pick out the subject. I enjoyed this and you should go and check out all the entrys. they are great. 

Sunday, February 5, 2012

Larry & Chris

Larry and Chris is a painting that I did as a Christmas present for Chris. He had given me an old picture of him and his dad Larry that meant a lot to him. I had to make a copy of the picture for reference and he kept the original. That's when I knew how important it was to him and knew that it was going on my list of paintings I must do. Because for me to create something that connects with a person one on, one is the greatest achievement that there is. even though it was from Christmas. I forgot to take a picture of it before it left my studio. I have one now and wanted to share this father and son team with you, 

Wednesday, February 1, 2012


I was looking through pictures on friends profiles just wandering. Sometimes I find a face that talks to me. I would like you to meet Chuck. He said I could use his picture I wonder if he knew what I planned on doing with it.