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Gallery Wrap 19 x 20
Pareidolia definition – “The tendency to perceive a specific, often meaningful image in a random or ambiguous visual pattern.”
This is what happened to create this painting. I was randomly putting paint on the canvas when I saw what looked like two women with their backs to each other as if they were having an argument; thus “The Argument” was created.
Remembrance II (Dyptych)
Gallery Wrap 24 x 48
Framed 23 x 21
Spring in Texas brings with it an extravagant display of wild flowers. A road trip is a must to see the palette of shapes and colors and to view the spectacle of road sides and hills that are blanketed with them. The palette of God is beyond amazing.
As an artist and a Texan, this year’s road trip was won by the Bluebonnet (official state flower) because of its beauty and I am “Texas Proud”.
As summer is next, I can’t wait to see what God has to show me on this years’ palette of color.
Smith Family Home Nocturne
Framed 23 x 27
Depicting the mystery of night is the objective in the night scenes which I have painted for many years. The dark silhouettes away from the single light source lets the viewer imagine what is in those deep shadows, giving it Mystery.
Framed 21 x 25
As I was destroying what I had judged as an unsuccessful painting, I noticed a completely different and interesting picture developing on the table top with the torn edges forming a white lace holding the parts together like a net.
The original painting was to suggest, with its bright colors the temptation to taste the different wines. Studying and adjusting it over a year, it finally was complete.
Day at the Arboretum, Dallas
Gallery Wrap 30 x 24
Pienza Villas, Tuscany
Gallery Wray 12 x 36
Framed 26 x 34
“I spent my childhood visiting beaches along Padre Island in the Gulf of Mexico. I always thought of the sea gulls as beachcombers along with myself, my sisters and cousins who combed the beaches with me. When painting this scene of waves upon the shore, which are also known as “beachcombers”, I included the sea gull in memory of those wonderful days at the beach.”