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Archive for December, 2006

Looking Down the Road (Ojai) – 2006

Sunday, December 31st, 2006

“Looking Down the Road (near Ojai) – 5 x 7 study – oil on canvasboard The end of a year is a time for taking a look at the road one has traveled, as well as the road ahead. Today, a look back. At the beginning of this year, I posted A list of resolutions [...]

­ Merry Christmas

Monday, December 25th, 2006

Blessings of the season to everyone! EDITED TO add the rest of the story (originally posted December 2005) This image was painted entirely in Photoshop using the Liquify, smudge and other gooey tools. There was no paintbrushing in this, nor preset global filters. It was done entirely by pushing around pixels, a few at a [...]

The Water Long Gone – Daily Painting

Thursday, December 21st, 2006

The Water Long Gone – 8 x 10 – oil on canvas panel. SOLD As December draws to a close, the dry season comes to an end, rough rocky creeks like this will soon be replaced by swiftly moving streams. Flash floods will occur throughout the mountains and deserts, restoring the native plants. This location [...]

Santa Barbara Glow – Daily Painting

Saturday, December 16th, 2006

“Santa Barbara Glow” – acrylic on 140# watercolor paper 7.5 x 11 inches I wasn’t sure I’d have time to do an oil painting today, and to photograph it, color correct it and get it sent to eBay. So it occurred to me that maybe I should try this scene in acrylic instead. I did, [...]

Coat of Many Colors – Daily Painting

Thursday, December 14th, 2006

“Coat of Many Colors” – 7.5″ x 11″ watercolor on paper – Available Out in the meadow that borders the northern part of the arroyo, there stood a willowy creature, pondering what she would wear. Shall it be the gold today? The yellow? The pale chartreuse? I’m done with the dark green … it’s SO [...]

Power at Sunset – Daily Painting

Wednesday, December 13th, 2006

“Power at Sunset” – 8 x 10 inches – oil on canvasboard Last weekend we drove out to Palmdale on business and I rode along because I couldn’t resist the skies full of incredible clouds. On the way home, after the sun had already set, I saw a glowing building and asked my husband to [...]

Two Old Pomegranates – Daily Painting

Tuesday, December 12th, 2006

“Two Old Poms” 5 x 7 oil painting on canvasboard – SOLD When we were up in the Ojai area a week and a half ago, we drove by a cluster of bright yellow bushes, probably eight feet tall, that had bright red fruit on them. We overshot this sight, so we turned around and [...]

Into the Morning – Daily Painting

Sunday, December 10th, 2006

“Into the Morning” 8 x 10 oil on canvasboard This last week I’ve been waking up dreaming of painting. Years ago, when I produced some shows on dreams for ABC’s 20/20, we learned from experts that ‘day residue’ forms a large part of the content of our dreams. So it’s not surprising that because I [...]

Windy Grove – Daily Painting

Wednesday, December 6th, 2006

Windy Grove – 9 in x 12 in – Oil on canvasboard In spite of yesterday’s strong winds we found some paintable bits of rural agricultural life very close to Los Angeles. This painting depicts a stand of protective eucalyptuses bordering a citrus grove. Eucs are commonly planted as windbreaks, to protect delicate oranges or [...]

Citrus Valley – Daily Painting

Tuesday, December 5th, 2006

“Citrus Valley” – 9 x 12 sketchbook study Between holidays and business, this week’s paintings may consist of quickie sketches in my sketchbooks. This study, painted in my Raffine book, represents a part of the landscape we visited last Sunday during some high windstorms. The area is near Ojai – inland from Ventura and west [...]

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