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9×12 original pastel on sanded paper, matted and framed, $225 plus shipping
I am on a roll. Magnolias. In a few months it is time to get out the camera and hike around neighborhoods looking for the perfect shot. I can get most shots from the sidewalk, though I may trespass a little to get what I want. I am still contemplating where to plant one in my yard. I want the tree to have plenty of room and to also be seen from the front windows. I especially liked this view of the flower, not quite unrolled and exposed to the world yet.
9×12 original pastel on sanded paper, $220 matted and framed, plus shipping
Who can resist a cowboy, fully equipped with hat and Wranglers? Who can resist a budding cowboy? I am on a kick of painting backs for some reason, but a person’s backside sometimes tells more of a story than the front side. The shade of the fence adds a nice black to lead the viewer’s eye into the main feature of the painting. The hat is strongly featured and tightly rendered, but the background grass is loose and full of bold strokes.
9×12 original pastel on sanded paper, $150 matted and framed, plus shipping
This painting was a struggle to keep softness and contrast at the same time. I was attracted to this little girl from the light softly falling on her hair and her longer dress with jeans and tennis shoes. I really could not do a formal children’s portrait, particularly since being stiff is not natural for any child. Give me a child playing, exploring, barefooted, in nature, playing in the sand….just being himself, and I will have a passion to paint that subject.
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Michael….what do you say about a boy who is amazingly intelligent, charming, funny, and exploding with energy? Michael is a whirlwind of energy and activity, but then focuses on music or writing with grace and intensity. He makes me smile. I most wanted to capture the look on his precious face when I painted this painting. Though concentrating on getting the notes just perfect, he also had a little wry smile emerging.