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Who needs a camera – Part Two

I’ve made some progress — I would say about forty to fifty percent complete — on the “Blue River” painting. There’s still …

Father’s Shoes

I imagine when many of us were very young children, the shoes of adults were a symbol of many things. For me …

Distant

The light is equally as much the subject here as the sitter. Several artist friends were on a painting excursion and we …

Waiting…

The painting of this door is all about what you can’t see. Is it locked? Can it be opened? Should it be …

I almost lost my cookies!

Well that was interesting! Anyone who paints or creates is most likely very familiar with the roller coaster effect of the process. …

It’s more than you see

A few days ago I started a new painting. I’ve had this pine cone sitting around for quite a while waiting to …

Behind the Scenes

Many of us like to see the creative process of art — I love to see how things are made — and …

It all started…

Honestly, I don’t remember drawing the tree in the book above. It’s mine though — seems I was a representational artist from the start. There’s some …

A Captivating Sonata

I’ve painted many waterfalls, some several times, and every time it’s different. Just toss out some words that describe them — rushing, rolling, rumbling, etc. …