Monthly Archives: December 2011
Here is a completed painting. I like the composition and story. My goal was to paint the figures to be less recognizable, portraying people of a general age, not specific individuals. I wanted to create a path of light through … Continue reading
Celebrating the wonderous gift of God’s Son, who came to live among us, righteous, obedient, loving, teaching, healing, our Savior. Jesus came not to condemn us, but to save us. He came to reconcile us to God our Father. This … Continue reading
Here is the sketch for the design for a painting. I like paintings to tell a story, and perhaps make you smile. Can you see the story in the painting? I’d like your comments.
Thinking of those service men and women who are unable to be home for Christmas. Here is a sketch I made of a serviceman napping in the airport. I am thankful for the Christmas gift of God’s son. I am … Continue reading
Shirley Trevena is a favorite artist, who is a delight to watch. Here is her video, which is less than 4 minutes. To watch the video, click on her name.
I finished the work on the fur. The spots were deepened in color, and the fur of the chest and tail are furrier. I am pleased with the result. The finished painting is 18″ X 28″ and is available for … Continue reading
The painting is dramatic, and portrays the quiet strength of the snow leopard. What a magnificent animal!
Here is some progress on the snow leopard painting. I have more work to do, but the painting is starting to take shape.
Final art class today. I will work on the snow leopard. Here is the start of the painting, which I painted at home.
Copies of art, check. Labels on everything, check. S.A.S.E. included, check. Letters of introduction included, check. Packages packed, addressed, weighed and proper postage applied, check. Submissions sent to 4 card companies and one children’s book editor, CHECK! Now the wait….