Happy Spring everyone! As the Beatles once sang, "It's been a long cold lonely Winter". I, for one, cannot wait for those warm breezes wafting over me as I work outside in my vegetable gardens and my rose garden. With Spring being barely a month away, this month of March will seem to last a year as I pour over seed catalogs and garden mags for both inspiration and sustenance. The thirty baby chicks are ordered, as well as the six day-old Pilgrim goslings. We're busy working on a goose hut to house my new babies (pics soon to follow)...Can't have a farm without Spring babies!
The pastel painting above is entitled "Jersey Girls". It was a commission ordered by a very thoughtful daughter as a Christmas present for her Mother, of Daisy and Annabelle, her Mom's two beloved pet Jersey cows. With there huge brown eyes and gentle demeanor, the girls were a blast to paint! The painting is
18"x 24" on Wallis paper.
I am a classically trained realist painter based on the traditions of the Old Master's style of painting. I paint to capture the emotional impact and drama that occurs somewhere in between the shadows and the light.
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