Title: Light, 12" x 9", oil. I saw the image in a shop in Georgia. It amazes me how the paint brush created the twine so easily. Thankful!
The Harvest, 11" x 14", oil. I enjoyed the way things travel in the painting.
Tea for You
Title: Tea For You, 12" x 9", oil. This image was seen in an old house in the town of Eyam, England. The town was part of the plague of 1665.
Many Gifts, 9" x 12", oil. This was in a museum in Massachusetts. I enjoyed painting the various textures. The painting was accepted in the Oil Painters of America Eastern Regional Competition. Very thankful to have painted it.
Shine On Me, 14" x 11", oil, Saw this image in Eyam, England in an old house.
A New Day, 12" x 9", oil, I cannot remember where I saw this image.
The Potter's Way, 9" x 12", oil. I cannot remember where I saw these pots. Fun painting all the colors and shapes. This painting was accepted in the Artists of NW Arkansas Regional competition.
A Time For Everything, 18" x 24", oil. I found old bottles in the woods when I worked as a forester. One on the bottles had poison written on it but I changed the word to Bible.
Quiet Time, 11" x 14", oil.
A Colorful Season, 12" x 16", oil. I enjoy painting pumpkins with their various shapes and colors. Also they show up during my favorite time of the year, Fall.
Eat More Spinach, 12" x 16", oil. I saw this in a neat shop in Georgia. Remember the old Popeye cartoons?
Bear Much Fruit, 14" x 11", oil. A friend gave us a graph vine. The grapes would start out green and then change color as they ripened.