Sand It All Down

This large oil painting was just sanded down and will be shortly painted over. I should have photographed it pre sanding, but I didn’t.

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The only part I’ll really miss is the belly.

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Soon this painting will become something so much better than it was.

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Orange Masks

Think of “Orange” as a noun.

This is my latest oil painting. It is fairly large and quite beautiful. The textures are not fairly conveyed by the photographs.

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some details:

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Orange Masks. 47″x24″. Oil on canvas.

Unframed: $1,500

The Beginning

A terra rosa under painting. Starting a new oil painting is so exciting.

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Un Stradivarius

This is my first completed oil painting under the apprenticeship of Jocelyn Tice.

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Martha. 18″x14″. Oil on cavas.

Framed and ready to hang: $600.00

Finished the Oil Painting

This is the first in a series of oil paintings I hope to apply to galleries with. It is currently not for sale. It is based on a dream I had about standing up. The last image is to give you the idea of its size.

It is painted improperly on top of a painting of my sister screaming I made in college.

So, in many years a

large screaming face will become visable in the space including the back of the chair and directly behind

the emerging white face.

Squirrel Watching

There are at least two squirrels in this one. I doubt more than one is findable.

Squirrel Wacthing. Ink, watercolor, and pen on canvas panel. 14″x11″.

Uframed: $65.00

Green Acrylic

I knew within the five minutes of painting this that it would eventually get painted over. It’ll add some nice texture to a future acrylic painting. So, heres a quick, thalo green study of my cat. Maybe I’ll finish it. I don’t know. We’ll see how I feel tomorrow.

 

Sunday of Senitments

This piece is currently hanging in my living room.

Princes. Oil on Canvas. 48″x36″.  2005.

Ready to hang: $750.00

Time for an oil painting.

It is Sunday, so lets be nostalgic. I think this is the oldest oil painting I still keep in my portfolio. Before this one I knew I liked painting fabric, but I didn’t quite understand my passion.

Here are some details:

Still Life with Fabric.   Oil on canvas. 36″x23″. 2004.

Ready to hang: $500.00

First Tree from the Right

I painted another landscape. It turned into a tree painting like the first, but I’m very happy with it. This one has an incomplete sibling. That’ll be another day. They are my first watercolor on canvas panel works.

First Tree from the Right. Watercolor and colored pencil on canvas board. 8″x10.”

SOLD

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