Tag Archives: blue

Captivating 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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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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Something A Little Different, A Book Cover Illustration

Along with my fine art, I’ve also been a commercial artist, graphic designer, illustrator and professional writer for my entire career. I am working on the cover for book number 19 for author Patricia Fry, and I regularly feature these covers on The Creative Cat. The most recent one I’m featuring there is cover number […]

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Hat With Wildflowers, the Last Sketch of a Day En Plein Air

Hat With Wildflowers, pastel, 5.5″ x 8.5″, 2013 © Bernadette E. Kazmarski [ss_product id=’2219ad0e-e75d-11e5-9b85-0cc47a075d76′ ]Still Life, “Hat with Wildflowers”[/ss_product] ABOUT THE ARTWORK Kind of sweet and sentimental and actually the last sketch I did on my roundabout trip to the grocery store with pastels and camera. When I came home and parked my bike to […]

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The Cat Mountains, A Vision of Quiet Peace

The Cat Mountains original pastel is available framed. Prints are made in archival inks on Epson Velvet Art Paper, Cold Press Digital Giclee Paper or Artist Canvas. [ss_product id=’8486528c-3f17-11e6-9405-0cc47a075d76′ ]Feline Artwork, “The Cat Mountains”[/ss_product] ABOUT THE ARTWORK About the Artwork Three cats asleep, just like mountains in the dark. This was purely a visual inspiration, […]

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Frosty Morning, Just Before Sunrise

It looks like this out there this morning. The coldest, frostiest mornings always seem to come in January, right after all the warmth and color of the holiday season. I painted this just one week shy of two years ago in January 2012, standing at my window to sketch the basics but finishing from a […]

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