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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.
Harvest from the Yard
Framed 29 x 33
Daisy mums come in several colors and varieties. This combination of pink and white mums gave me a bit of nostalgia and I wanted to s how them in a setting as a still life. The blue cup introduced a cool to the otherwise rather warm ambience.
Elliot Ness Telephone
Framed 11 x 14″
“When I bought this old phone I knew I wanted to paint it. I liked the shape of the phone and painted it with collage additions. I painted a rope black and added torn telephone pages for the background.”
Framed 28 x 21
Many lanterns were used by the crews on the train, especially by the Brakeman who rode in the Caboose and waved signals to the Engineer before the train could move on. Found in storage, this lantern was larger, and appeared be a temporary signal at a switch in case of emergency. Became an interesting still life, don’t you think?
Framed 22 x 18
This is part of a25th anniversary gift that my Mom used proudly, many times as she entertained friends. Painting silver is like painting a contorted mirror with its reflections which proved to be an interesting challenge.
Pink Floral 11
Framed 21 x 17
For an interesting and unique surface for these paintings, small bits of various rice papers were attached to the surface of 300 lb. paper. The painter enjoys the experience, and the viewer enjoys the mystery of the technique and the beauty of the color.