Archive for May, 2010
Posted in daily painter, tagged acrylic, daily painter, daily painting, impressionism, Landscape, pickett fence, Shenandoah Valley, Stone Fence, stone wall, Virginia, Virginia Artist on May 28, 2010| Leave a Comment »
Have a safe Memorial Day!
I love this time of the year when everything is blooming. There are so many subjects for painting. I generally take lots of photos during April and May so that I have subject matter for painting throughout the year. Building a reference file is important if you paint everyday.
Mean Rooster belonged to Suzanne McMinn of Chickens in the Road.com fame. If you haven’t checked out her blog yet take a look to the left at Sites of Interest and you will see a link to her blog. It’s terrific.
Mean Rooster chased her around the yard and she had to fend him off with a broom!
Posted in daily painter, tagged baby sheep, daily painter, daily painting, farm animals, impressionism, lamb, Landscape, oil painting, painting, sheep, Virginia Artist on May 25, 2010| Leave a Comment »
Mama and Baby is an oil on 8″x6″ canvas panel and is available for $125. This is one of the paintings that I worked on during the Wine Festival a few weekends ago. Here’s the finished painting!
Didn’t they do a great job?
If you have a young student (ages 8-11) interested in art, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org and let’s get them started painting!
The Art Walk last night was great fun. Many different people helped to paint the two canvases that I had down at the Blue Ridge Arts Council. There were three other locations where people were painting as well.
Be sure to mark your calendar for the 3rd Thursday in June and come down and join us on Main Street.