Monthly Archives: May 2017

Hello

{my garden this morning} It has been a busy couple months, with our move in December, establishing a new garden and all the regular stuff that life throws at you. I’ve been posting via Instagram recent work-in-progress paintings, but blogging about my studio process has taken a bit of a backseat. (It is just so […]

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“Flower Record” Daffodils, 8 x 8 inches

“Flower Record” Daffodils ……………………………………………………………. Framed Painting SOLD by the Principle Gallery, Alexandria {8″ x 8″ – oil on linen panel} …………………………………………………………….

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Narcissus “Ice Follies”, 16 x 9 inches

Narcissus “Ice Follies” ……………………………………………………………. Framed Painting Available for Sale at the Principle Gallery, $1350, Alexandria {16″ x 9″ – oil on linen} …………………………………………………………….

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Garden Update: Early May 2017

Hello, It has been a while since I shared progress on my new garden. So much is been accomplished, while there is so much that still needs to be completed. Today, I want to celebrate the successes. First off, with the help of friends and my wonderful husband, I was able to dig up my […]

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Cerulean (PB 35 or PB 36)

Cerulean (PB 35 or PB 36) Information: Semi-Opaque to Opaque depending on the manufacturer’s pigment Handling Characteristics: a beautiful, lower strength pigment that mixes well alone with white, and with most every pigment on my palette. Cerulean blue is one of my favorite oil colors and I always have it out and use it often. […]

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