5 x 5 inches ~ Oil on Panel
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I put on the finishing touches by solidifying the background color and making the cone sharper. I think this painting would look awesome in a mid-century home or a cabin. I am eager to see who ends up buying it.
Decided to turn the pine cone upside down and have it hanging from a branch. The branch still needs work, but that will have to wait until tomorrow.
Today I started a new painting of a little pine cone. Also part of the winter themed exhibit at the
( November 1 through December 30th, 2011) I am painting as fast as humanly possible to get enough paintings finished. This means there is little time for me to update my web site with my completed works.
I figured I give a peek at my working process. This is a 5 in x 5 in piece and I did a rough outline drawing in pencil. It all looked rather geometric and I am adding form as I go along. I am not sure if I should include the branch or sit the cone against something. We shall see...
When my client ordered the portrait of this Schnauzer, she told me that the dog had very long eye lashes. She wanted ...
The Court Dancer
"The Court Dancer" Oil on Panel ~ 16 x 20 inches This painting has kept me pretty busy for a while and I am l...
Poodle Portrait 565
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