Saturday, November 12, 2005

November 12 - Rockin' Zebra

"Rockin' Zebra" This is a very unusual (for me) use of acrylic paints. The surface is stone, some kind of beautiful granite with soft green in it. So I painted a scene on it of a herd of zebras running. It is held in my hand, and measures about 7 inches wide and six inches tall. The stone is cut about 3/8" thick, and mounts with a hanger on the back, or can be set on a small easel.


Friday, November 11, 2005

November 11 - Red Apple Dessert

"Apple Dessert" Daily painting for November 11.
Sometimes the best part of painting is when I get to eat the set up. I waited until almost eleven p.m. before enjoying my dessert apple--now forever captured in acrylic paint. Original 4 x 6 inches.
You can do the ebay bid on it HERE. Starting price is $35.

Thursday, November 10, 2005

November 10 - Pasture Light

An original acrylic, 5 x 7 inches, this is called "Pasture Light" which shows evening light on two horses, relaxing in the pasture. It is available on ebay this week HERE. I love the versatility of acrylics!

Wednesday, November 09, 2005

November 9 - Relooping the Rope, Sunrise

This painting started as as a demonstration piece for Temeku Art Guild (Temecula Art Association) and I finished it up in the studio today. An original oil, it is 16 x 20 inches. It's not available for auction, but can be purchased from my web site.

Tuesday, November 08, 2005

November 8 - Grazing Horses

A backlit light, beautiful pastures and a mare and foal grazing in the gentle light.
I really enjoy doing these small equine paintings. Original oil, six by six inches.
You can bid on it HERE.

Monday, November 07, 2005

November 7 - Green Apple Sliced (SOLD)

I bought a bag of green Granny Smith apples both for caramel and for the horses. This one made a detour onto the cutting board for today's painting! Original oil, 5 x 7 inches.

Sunday, November 06, 2005

November 7 - Peppermints (SOLD)

"Peppermints" Halloween is over, and the candy is left--for a while anyway! I set up these two wrapped peppermints as a reminder of both the holiday and many exits from restaurants.