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Sunday, June 26, 2011

Progression of a Painting

This was a fun painting to do. I enhanced many warm colors and played with the shadows in the side street. This pic was taken by my brother-in-law, Russell, while he was traveling through Europe last year. It is a small medieval town in the mountains above Monaco, called Roguebroune,
France. It is framed and hanging at the High Springs Art Coop and available on my website,

Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Exercising with the Boys!

It has been a long time since I have posted stories of the boys, Rocky, Bullwinkle and Scooby. They have been so bored. Involvement with the High Springs Art Coop. working at the Post Office and taking time off to be with family left the boys home and alone. So recently I started a walking regiment with them. Even thought the heat is almost unbearable . I usually walk Rocky and Bullwinkle first and then Scooby. Scooby goes without a lease because he is so good he hangs with me and doesn't run off. We walk from the house, around the horse pasture and then back, one time around for each dog. A pretty good work out for me.

Here is Bullinkle and Rocky as we start out.

Then Scooby, checking out the Pines and then coming to a finish. One day I walked Bullwinkle past some neighboring horses. I don't bring Scooby over there because he gets too radical towards the horses. These horses are beautiful.

Sunday, June 5, 2011

Progress at the Gallery

Today customers were waiting for me at the door of the High Springs Art Coop, to open at 11am. I sold one of these huge bells made out of recycled diving tanks. People love them and they have a fabulous sound. I often thought of getting one to call the dogs in from outside. They have a cool vibrating gong. There was a very nice woman in their group from an art coop in New Smyrna Beach and we compared notes and had a great conversation. So I didn't start painting until way after lunch.

I worked on the street scene of Italy, that my brother-in-law took the picture of, and the Paris Mime from Karen LeMonnjer's trip to France. I actually just finished the Italy pic when I got home but don't have a recent pic. I will take the finished pic and then put all the pics up to show the progression of that painting. It was a productive day. I am trying to get a few new pieces up at the gallery so I can move some of my local stuff to the FireHouse Gallery in Newberry. They want some fresh stuff. I will keep you posted on whats there.