Monthly Archives: July 2016

Painting In Progress (North American Eagle)

One of my projects in the studio right now is a commissioned painting of an eagle for a very special person.  The first time I saw a wild eagle, I almost drove off the road.  This was many years ago … Continue reading

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Work In Progress – Kittens & Quilts

Here’s the next installment showing the progress on the newest kittens & quilt painting in the works.  I used one of my mother’s quilts as the “model” for this one, although I used some artistic license to adapt the colors … Continue reading

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A Window of Inspiration

The view from my studio window is a source of inspiration for me.  When we were building, I wanted as much natural light as possible in the studio. Since I spend a lot of time in there, I want to … Continue reading

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Painting In Progress (American Kestrel)

Working this week on a few paintings to have done in time for the upcoming art festivals in early August.  Here’s an image of an American Kestrel hawk painting in progress.  This is one of the little hawks and a … Continue reading

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