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Grand Illumination, Colonial Williamsburg
Gallery wrap 24 x 24″
Acrylic on Canvas
The first Sunday of December, Colonial Williamsburg opens the Holiday with three simultaneous firework displays in the park. At the Capital, the finale brought a waterfall near the ground and rockets above. The smoke was everywhere in beautiful shades of gray and aqua. The majestic ancient oaks lit from behind were amazing!
Gallery Wrap 30 x 48″
Oil on Canvas
… and flowering fields!
This painted rendition begins at home and continues as winter’s rains from above come to create a glorious landscape and spectacular lakeview. An artist’s dream!
Framed 16 x 27″
The Flamingos are always looking for food and moving around. The grace of their necks and legs is wonderful. It makes a scenic picture. The color is not usually seen in nature. The beautiful pinkish-salmon color is mostly caused by what they eat — I would eat it too if I could be so pink!
12 x 12 x 5″
Encaustic and Resin
To reach a level dreamed of by many young ballerinas, this first pair of pointe shoes inspired the “On Pointe” series of sculptures and paintings. Memories of dancing and teaching young ballerinas bring this sculpture to life, displaying the ballet shoes preserved with encaustic and resin, placed on a resin base with metallic pearl accenting laces and shoes.
Hear Me Roar
Gallery Wrap 24 x 30″
I love to hear the sound of a lion roaring at the zoo. I can only imagine how that would sound in the heart of the jungle. You really know he is the king. That is what inspired me to make this painting. I tried to capture the action and feeling of a big roar from the king!