Tuesday, October 27, 2009

"Just Me"

This little Susie just wanted to be alone.

This panel is 8" x 6" and will be on display for the Holiday Exhibition at the Stutz, November 20th.


Saturday, October 24, 2009

"Sister Susies" -Sold

Susies.... I've always liked the Black Eyed Susies....
Still working with the tiny brushes.
Leigh asked me if the brush had just one bristle in it... well, I guess it has two or three : )


Friday, October 23, 2009

"2nd Itsy-Bitsy Daisy" -Sold

Another small, small painting. You know, the more times I do these, it doesn't seem too bad. Yesterday though, late in the day, I just had to paint on a bigger canvas... so I did, 6 foot by 4 foot, what a difference! Bigger brush, more paint, more movement. Wow.... it was good.

Have a great weekend!!


Thursday, October 22, 2009

"First Itty Bitty" -Sold

This baby is small!! Well, it's 3 inches square, that is small relative to a 6 inch square. Silly me I thought it would be easy, you know, it's small! Well it was a little tricky... I managed.

This is a small flower I found along side of the road, not sure what it is called but it did remind me a little bit of a daisy. Baby Daisy, that is what I should call this one!! Okay, settled... "Baby Daisy" : )


Tuesday, October 20, 2009

"Lost Love"

This couple of roses has been hanging around my studio for a while now. Here they are... from one point of view...


Happy Birthday Grandma Meyer : )

Saturday, October 10, 2009

"Floating Olive"

From far away this olive looks like it's floating... nothing wrong with that right?
This is a rescue painting, I've been inspired by Robert (Bob) Burridge to fix paintings that have gone astray on me.
Some artist's will "wipe" their paintings, some will burn or destroy them. I have done both of these actions in the past. I have also "rescued" a few paintings too. This one has been rescued.
Oh... Robert Burridge offers a workshop that helps you fix your disasters.


Thursday, October 8, 2009

"Carmel Meets Apple"

You know... not all apples are created the same-- This apple is a Honeycrisp from Michigan and it is a very round apple, compared to like the Red Delicious that is more angular and usually more tall than it is wide.
After this one, I decided I wanted another shaped apple to paint, so this one is history... I ate it... gone... devoured... it was good... tart... reminded me of the farm I grew up on... we had apple trees, the apples were tart.... by the way this is #7...