Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Reflections, 6x8, oil on paper, $95

This is also from Lodi. It was "docked" here on the bank of this little pond that was part of an old homestead museum. It was such a restful scene I had to paint it.

Monday, September 28, 2009

The Sunny Side, 6x8, oil on paper, $95

Well, this is the other end of the barn. To the right of this was the last scene of the road through the vineyard. 

Thursday, September 24, 2009

Lodi 1, 6x8, oil on paper, $75

I've been doing some paintings from my trip to California earlier in the summer. This was a great barn. They seem to have lots of them like this, unlike the style we have here. 

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

One final shot

Another shot of the gallery

Paisley Porch Gallery

This is a shot of our little gallery located in an old hotel. We try to change out the work every few months and just got it done. Its a great little place and if you're ever in Glenrock, Wyoming you should stop in.

Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Quick Sketch 2, 6x8, oil on Wallis

I continue to be fascinated with horses and this one in particular. Kind of out of whack though on the body. I should do another and get it right!

Monday, September 21, 2009

Clouds Over Chugwater, 18x24, Oil on canvas, NFS

This is the finished painting. It will go into a window instead of a frame so I had to make sure it fit - which it will if I take it off the stretcher bars and staple it to the window frame instead. My favorite part of this painting is the warm orange in the foreground.

Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Camping View, 6x8, oil on Wallis, $95

The name says it all. We went camping last weekend and this is a view from just outside the camper. It was lovely!!

Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Evening, 9x12, Oil on Wallis, $295

These two horses were so peaceful, just waiting for their riders on a beautiful summer evening. Some of this is improvised; it was fun to make it up, using my imagination.

Monday, September 14, 2009

Clouds Blockin, 18x24, Oil on Canvas, NFS

This is the block in for a painting that will be part of a fundraiser for the Angels Program and Cancer Resource Center here in Casper. This will be framed by an old wood framed window. I've wanted to paint some backlit clouds for a while and it seemed like a good time to give it a try. 

Friday, September 11, 2009

Clay's Barn, 6x8, oil on Wallis, $95

Another looking east view. I should line these up as they appear and see what it looks like! They are all close to each other.

Thursday, September 10, 2009

Looking Eastward, 4x6, oil on Wallis, $45

This is a view a little further out from the sagebrush hillside. Its beautiful all year, but especially now when the grasses are varying colors and textures. Getting a little more paint on there and thats good.

Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Rabbit Brush 1, 6x8, oil on Wallis, $95

It was a chilly morning around here yesterday. Some friends came to my house and we painted from the deck. Definitely felt like fall. This is the view to the east. I think I'll be painting rabbit brush for awhile.

Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Rock Ledge Up High, 6x8, oil on Wallis, $95

This is one of my favorites! I like the view and I like the sun bathed ground. Also, the haphazard spikiness of the bushes. What a great place to paint! I hope to return to this spot for more. There was a painting in every direction. Awesome!

Friday, September 4, 2009

Cool Shadows, 6x8, oil on Wallis paper, $95

This view is in back of a friend's house in Glendo. It's a pretty big hill to get up, but worth it once you get up there!  She drove up in a Ranger and I was chicken and walked up the scarey places.

Thursday, September 3, 2009

Through The Trees, 6x8, oil on Wallis paper, $95

I was taken by this view of the shed through the opening in the trees and the hills beyond. Just a nice sunny morning in Wyoming summer.
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