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Archive for June, 2007

Let’s Play – Daily Painting

Friday, June 29th, 2007

“Let’s Play” – 8 x 10 acrylic on canvasboard A few days ago, at an art gathering, one of the people mentioned that a local art club was having a show on the theme “Americana” and invited me to submit something. I realized that it was too late to paint something in oils, due to [...]

White Oleander Trail

Tuesday, June 26th, 2007

“White Oleander Trail” – 8 x 10 oil on canvasboard This is the second in my ongoing series of “Trails of La Canada-Flintridge.” Eventually I’d like to paint all of the interesting byways that criss-cross our little town, winding along back yards and horse corrals in this distinctly suburban-semi-rural area. This part of the trail, [...]

Lemons and Silver – California still life oil painting

Saturday, June 23rd, 2007

“Lemons and Silver” – 8 7/8″ x 7 7/8″ – oil on masonite –

Arroyo Shelter – Daily Painting

Friday, June 22nd, 2007

Arroyo Shelter” – 8 x 10 – oil on canvasboard When I take a walk through the Hahamongna wetlands area in the nearby arroyo, I love to look at the various forms of short shrubbery and small trees that are home to so many kinds of wildlife. Late in the day, rabbits emerge from the [...]

Mulholland Twilight – Nibblefest

Wednesday, June 20th, 2007

“Mulholland Twilight” 8 x 10 – oil on canvasboard SOLD The purpose of Ebay’s monthly Nibblefest is to generate interest and publicity for our works and the person with the most unique bids from different bidders is the winner. For this reason, it’s good to keep the price in a low range as long as [...]

Flint Canyon Trail – Daily Painting

Tuesday, June 19th, 2007

“Flint Canyon Trail” – 9 x 12 oil on canvasboard Graduations and reunions are completed (joyfully) and we are catching up after all the partying and celebrating. Here are our son and daughter, who will be having her own MBA graduation next year. So, it was time for me to get back to painting, and [...]

Descanso Camellia

Tuesday, June 12th, 2007

“Descanso Camellia” – Approx 15 x 11″ – watercolor on paper SOLD This is probably the largest floral piece I’ve done so far – and I enjoyed the process very much. Essentially it’s no different from working small except I have to stand back more frequently and use larger brushes to avoid getting too many [...]

Gloriosas and Delphiniums

Friday, June 8th, 2007

9 x 12 – watercolor on Canson cold pressed paper – Gloriosas and delphiniums Well, here it is 1:50 am again. I was drifting off to sleep when Ripley (who sleeps at the foot of our bed) suddenly barked once and woke me up. If I am awakened as I am making that first descent [...]

Peonies Plein Air

Monday, June 4th, 2007

Plein Air Peonies – 11″ x 15″ (quarter sheet) Arches 140# watercolor paper SOLD Well, the show was a success in every way and I have lived to tell the tale. Kudos to Lori and her family for not only organizing the event but offering their home as our gallery and creating an atmosphere of [...]

­ Easel setup

Saturday, June 2nd, 2007

I’m out for the day watching some master painters at work at Pitzer college at Claremont. In addition to seeing them paint I’m also interested in observing their tools and methods. Speaking of plein air, here’s a photo of my current setup when I’m painting watercolor. The little shelf is cut from one piece of [...]

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