This year I joined the BOSCO Boise Artist Collective and will take part in their open studio event. They asked for a number of things for their website and marketing materials including an artist portrait and a studio shot. And some images of my work. I have a brilliant photographer neighbor who came over andContinue reading “Bosco Images”
Here’s a little slide show of the progress.
I started this mother/daughter portrait last week and look forward to working on it more when it dries. I’ll add to their features and I will use glazes to bring up the chroma and hopefully bring them to life. I also look forward to playing around with those people and dog playing in theContinue reading “Portrait”
18X24″ oil on canvas This family portrait is all done, photographed, and shipped off to the grandparents. They love it. This was a gift from my friend to her patents for their 50th wedding anniversary. I worked from 2 different photographs to put it together. One of the kids all together and one of theContinue reading “Cousin Portrait”
This doggie portrait is done! I finished it today. Isn’t she a cutie!?!
This one is pretty much done. I say pretty much done because I feel like I still need to take a closer look at the older boy. But their mom loves it, so I’m in good shape. I was a little worried about how thick and rough this one was getting. It has a lotContinue reading “Brothers and Cezanne”
My first portrait, and still my favorite. The shirt wasn’t all the way done in the image, but you get the idea of pajamas.
I made some progress on these 2 paintings today. Progress. But I was practically lying on the floor moaning about the double portrait during class today. Everyone just ignores my drama. The portrait is starting to come together, but it has been a big fight. I calmed down the red at the bottom of the bigContinue reading “Progress”
I was looking through images of paintings I’ve done over the last 2 years and want to share some of my favorites with you, in no particular order. With some favorites left out…. looking back gives me hope for future paintings. Each painting is a leap of faith and I never know how or ifContinue reading “Favorites”