Tag Archives: wildlife

50% Off on All Original Art Through March 31

“Summer Back Road” is only one of many small paintings in my collection, which, framed, cost $100 full price, and only $50.00, taxes and shipping included, with the discount. For me, almost any spot along a winding, hilly back road through fields with old trees and fence posts is a worthy spot for painting. This […]

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50% Off on All Original Art

My physical recovery from my hip replacement has been a breeze, but my financial recovery has been moving a little more slowly as I wait for show season to arrive. It did, along with COVID-19, and just as quickly all my events into June have been cancelled. I feel pretty safe from COVID-19, and I […]

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February 2020 Personal Creative Challenge, Day 18: Curious Fawn

I’m back to a painting for this day of my creative challenge. For this painting I once again used self-prepared smooth deep charcoal matboard coated with my favorite transparent pastel ground, Golden Acrylic Ground for Pastels, so that I would start with a dark background. I painted it without any guidelines, just hitting the surface […]

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Winter Birds, Framed Set

In winter I have feeders visible from just about every window. Watching the birds gather, mill about, eat, leave is like watching waves or fire, the constant motion mesmerizing and meditative. I visualized these sketches over years looking out my doors and windows at the birds gathering on my walk or in my trees, and […]

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“Safe” in Plain Sight

The deer were in my back yard this afternoon, well-camouflaged by the light and the muted colors. If you look closely, there are two in this photo. I had seen the most prominent one reclining on the ground, and all I had was my cell phone but I tiptoed around the side of the house […]

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Yes? Tote, Summer Accessory or Reusable Shopping Bag

I’ve always wanted to see my lady leopard, “Yes?”, on a jute burlap bag. This line of shaped jute bags are more like purses than totes and very versatile. This vinyl-lined medium tote has sturdy handles and is a great summer accessory with a sundress or on a trip to the beach, and it’s also […]

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Buy 2 for $25.00 on Many Gift Items

Each item on my website has $5.00 added into the posted price to cover average shipping. But shipping two of most items often costs no more than shipping one. I always give a discount at in-person sales at shows and in my shop, and I try to offer discounts to customers who don’t live close […]

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Wildflowers and Butterflies of the Panhandle Trail Pendants

Sunflowers and sweet peas, daisies and St. John’s Wort, and butterflies, in all the colors of spring and summer! The cabochon pendants I made for my Seasons of the Panhandle Trail exhibit are a popular lot of designs. When I look at them I remember all those mornings and afternoons in cool spring woods or […]

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Yes? Linoleum Block Print, on Paper or Tote Bag

This linoleum block print captures a leopard I saw at the zoo, turning around with quite the question on her face. I so loved the bold and clear spots that I decided to create a block print of just the spots. It’s printed in several ways. On paper it’s black on white rice paper, sometimes […]

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Colorful in Winter

Even if you live in the city you’ll find wildlife everywhere. “Colorful” is one of my favorite duck images on Chartiers Creek from my walks to Main Street. I took the photo several years ago of the mallard balancing on one leg with morning sun reflecting brightly off off an orange brick building on the […]

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