When at a loss for what to do… 1. Do what you know HOW to DO. 2. Remember what you KNOW to be TRUE. 3. Find something NEW for YOU. I like to explore ALL my options. So much so, that it has become a joke in our family. If you want something researched like a […]
It’s been my fortunate experience to learn that most people want to be heard. All they usually need is the slightest nudge. A nudge that can be as simple as asking a follow-up question to something they have already offered up to you.
This dahlia was blooming in my yard. And one glorious autumn day I had the foresight to pick one and take some photos of it standing in front of the perfect sky. Now it’s a painting! That is most definitely one of my favorite things. Just a few of my other favorite things: The reward […]
Summer’s Over so I’m back in my Beloved* Studio! First order of business… shipping a BIG ORANGE POPPY giclee print. (This came after ordering the print from Milwaukee, ordering the stretcher bars, stretching the print, and then packing it all up for the UPS man.) I hope my new collector from Charleston likes it! *Beloved: […]
Q.) What can a little bird house do to help the homeless? A.) It can raise funds at the Homes of Hope Dinner & Auction on Friday, April 29, 2011! If you want to attend the dinner and support this worthy organization, just click here for ticket information. I hope to see you there!
Here’s the newest oil painting that I just completed this week. You can read the story behind its inspiration in the What’s New section of my website.
I finished this painting today! After getting all the “pieces” painted, I went back and made some adjustments. I put some more detail in the hibiscus flowers that are back towards the woods, and then made the foreground MUCH darker and a little blurrier. The main focus of this painting should be the middle section […]
Here’s some photos from the progress on the oil painting I’ve been working on. It’s called “bird bath” and it’s a scene from my back yard last month when the hibiscus bushes were in their blooming glory.