Richard. He and his wife Carmen
have created wonderful scenery for
me to view just by looking out my
studio window. I took a photo of him
one day while he was painting his
new Butterly house.
7" x 5" oil on masonite. SOLD
This tablescape of books and
pictures was painted some time ago.
I love books and reading. This was
my bedside table at that time.Click on the picture to see an
30" x 22" watercolor on
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8"x10" oil on stretched canvas.
The bowl is from my pottery collections.
This is the second in the series of Bowl
paintings. I guess the next one will be
The Sugar Bowl. I am absolutely NOT a
sports person but my dear friend Lin loves
all sports, especially football.
I had to call her to find out about all the
sports bowl. SOLD
My friend Emily is a wonderful decorator
She commissioned me to do this painting
for one of her clients. The painting is the view
you see when looking out their window. Emily's
husband Paul make the stretcher frame.
It is 40"x 19" oil on stretched canvas.
5"x7" oil on canvasboard
I am fortunate to be able to enjoy the
fruits of my neighbor's labor. They work
hard to keep beautifulflowers.
All I need to do is look out
my studio window and see the results
of their work. Thank you Richard and Carmen.
22"x 30" watercolor on 140 lb d'Arches paper. I painted
this several years ago when I had a studio in River Oaks
Art Center. I was painting more in watercolor at that time.
The painting is about Louisiana. It includes the
state flower, (magnolia)
and the state coffee (Community). I really don't
know if it is official but they adverise that they are
the state coffee. It is by far the most popular
coffee in Louisiana. I drink it every day.
6"x 6" oil on primed Masonite
I painted this from a photo taken last summer.
My friend Lin and I went on a road trip up through
Arkansas, Tennessee and Kentucky. It is a trip that
was planned many years ago, but life got in the way.
20"x 24" oil on canvas. I painted this for
my friend Carol Ann several years ago. The teapot
is the one I put in the painting I posted a few days ago
title " In Memory of Carol Ann". All the things
on this tablescape belonged to her.