Rain Rain Stay Today

I am going to continue with my yellow frame theme today-this is Rain Rain Stay Today and this stout hippo has been a favorite for a number of years. I mean it’s hard to resist that belly! He is painted with watercolor and acrylic with slight writing in the background. I just had him reframedContinue reading “Rain Rain Stay Today”

Couper

This is a rooster with a lot of personality! Couper is painted with watercolor and acrylic over vintage letters and envelops from the 1950’s. He was inspired by a rooster a good friend and I met at the NC State Fair. So he has a special place in my heart. The painting measures 11″x14″ plusContinue reading “Couper”

Show Report

Thanks Huntersville! It turned out to be a pretty good show this weekend.┬áSaturday started off a bit over cast and we did have a little rain and some unsettling wind gusts in the afternoon. We persevered however, sticking it out until 6pm. Not that we sold anything after about 3:00pm but we were there justContinue reading “Show Report”

All framed up!!

I have been busily getting my new paintings together for my art opening on Thursday. I have framed some of my new big pieces in old frames and love how they have come out! This is Rosewooded Cathedral. I did a lot of work on the frame so I could keep the distressed look ofContinue reading “All framed up!!”

Dandy Lions

Here is a new piece I have been working on. Today was the perfect rainy, cold day to stay inside and paint a warmer outside. It is 18″x24″ done with watercolor and acrylic over vintage letters and envelops from the 1950’s. It’s not a great picture-I will have a better in a few days butContinue reading “Dandy Lions”

Prices and Descriptions of New Pieces

Here are photos, prices and descriptions of my newest pieces. If you have any question about them or would like to make a purchase please let me know! I will also soon have prints of these pieces available for sale as well. I will post more about the prints once I get them from theContinue reading “Prices and Descriptions of New Pieces”