|Hot City acrylic 8X10|
Then there is this one, now an orphan:
|Winter of The Seasons - acrylic 12X16|
This is an old friend:
|Square bottle - watercolor 12X16|
This is finally framed. But to my chagrin, I broke the glass! I'm hoping Michael's or someone carries the right size in stock. Otherwise I'll have to get it cut to fit.
These two are much older, they've been sort of on semi-permanent lend to a friend who loves fuschia:
|Fuschia I 5X7 watercolor|
|Fuschia II 5X7 watercolor|
Sorry about the plastic covers, they've been on the wall a while. They are both matted in ivory and a narrow band of gold. Most of that got cropped out.
|Cousin Red - oil 6X8|
It's actually "Cousin Red had too much," but I shortened it. Then I ate the pears. MMMM.
Somehow I picked up some sparkles in the photo, In painting it I probably missed the medium and used turpentine to thin the paint. Not thinking, bad.
This last is too fuzzy. I must have gotten too close with the camera and not used the little "Flower" icon for close up.
|Inferno Beneath - 5X7?|
Well, there was this documentary on TV about the volcanoes on the Big Island.
How do you make ripples in black. Something to think about.
Love to all, and don't let your paint dry out, unless it's watercolor!