Category Archives: pastel

A Gallery of Summer Artwork

I’ve featured a few of my favorites, and below is a collage of summer artwork you can choose from.

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Spring Morning Leaves

Spring has reached that tipping point where there are more leaves in all shades of green than winter’s stark branches and twigs. I love winter, but I welcome spring, and this view out my kitchen window is familiar each April. It looks like I’m in the deep woods, but it’s just the line of trees […]

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Rainy Violet Sunset, #30paintingsin30days, Day 22

I am participating in Leslie Saeta’s annual “30 in 30” painting challenge this month. This is my painting for day 22. I’m still tinkering with the title for this one because it’s also one of my Main Street paintings and I want to get “Main Street” in here somewhere. I have no idea when I […]

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Touched By Evening, #30in30, Day 17

I am participating in Leslie Saeta’s annual “30 in 30” painting challenge this month. This is my painting for day 16. It’s sweet to study the buildings in an old small town where they rarely rise above four stories tall. I like to look at rooftops and caught this view while walking down a hill […]

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A Gentle, Quiet Snowfall

It isn’t always eternal summer on the trail, though memories might make us think so. Winter is my favorite season to paint. I love the subtleties of color and shape with snow in the air and on the ground, and on the trail I am often all alone with the quiet of a winter day, […]

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Sadie, Marley, Cici and Ashes, Settling Into Their Portrait

I’ve been working on this “family portrait” for a while, moving the cats around and resizing it and I think this is finally the best composition to fit these four very different postures. This is the second group portrait I’ve done for this family including all the current cats in the house in one portrait, […]

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Original Art 25% Off, a Few Samples

Purchasing a piece of original artwork for yourself or as a gift is no small decision because it’s generally no small expense. Prints are less expensive, but even if the print is excellent quality and identical dimensions of the original you don’t see the live work, the layers of paint or pastel, the actual lines […]

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Evocative Sycamore Moon

Two large sycamore trees stand near the entrance of the Panhandle Trail, but because they grow against a hill I don’t see them from this angle against the sky until I am headed back home, nearly at the trailhead, and often at dusk, especially the early dusk of a winter night. Because the light changes […]

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Panhandle Trail Artwork 25% Off through Autumnal Equinox

Panhandle Trail Artwork 25% Off through Autumnal Equinox on Portraits of Animals

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Finished and Ready to Frame for Sun Shadow Ice & Snow 2016

Finished and Ready to Frame for Sun Shadow Ice & Snow 2016.

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