Archive for January, 2010

Winter Trees is an oil on canvas panel measuring 6″x8″.  It is available by contacting me. 

I didn’t post for a few days because the “boys” and I went out to the cabin for a few days and we don’t have internet service there. 

Truman and Jed enjoy running and playing there, off the leash, chasing whatever moves!  Of course with all the snow still on the ground there Truman wasn’t as big on the running and playing as Jed was.

Truman walks out the front door and licks the snow.  While Jed wants to run. 

Here Jed is saying, “Look Mom, he’s blocking the way again!”

“I’m making a move now.  Look; there is  a frozen pond out there that needs checking out!”

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A Single Strawberry is an oil on canvas panel measuring 5″x7″.  It is framed and available for $95.  This is another painting that we did in Wednesday night art class.

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A Walk in the Snow is an oil on 9″x12″ canvas panel that we did in art class.  It is available by contacting me at kwalker@doubledogdesigns.com .

If you have ever wanted to learn to paint let me remind you that we have classes at the Blue Ridge Arts Council on Wednesday at 5 p.m. each week.  All levels from beginner to advanced are welcome to join us.  And if that time doesn’t suit you, just contact me to work out a time that will.  I’d love to work with you so that you can enjoy creating paintings as much as I do.

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The Rincon House is an oil on 9″x12″ canvas  panel.  I just finished it yesterday.  I started it while on vacation last week.  It is my brother’s family house in Rincon, Georgia.  I got to see them while away last week and we had a nice visit.  I showed them the beginning of the  painting and promised to wrap it up this week and get it ready to send to them.  Now I just have to wait for the paint to dry.  🙂

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Riding the Drive is an oil on 12″x12″ gallery wrap 1 1/2″ canvas.  This painting was done as a Christmas gift for Allen who loves bicycling on the Skyline Drive.  We live in an area where there are so many beautiful scenes to paint especially scenes from Skyline Drive across the Shenandoah Valley.

This is the beginning of a new painting year.   Last year ended with 216 paintings done over the course of the year.  I am working on a plan for this years goals and should have something ready to share this week.  Until then I will continue with the daily work.

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 Truman says to lay around, hang out, and relax this new year’s day.  (Yes, that is a sofa that he laying on the back of…he thinks he’s a cat sometimes.) 

Don’t worry, there will be plenty of time to paint in the upcoming year.  Happy New Year!

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