Painting 49 of 99

Trying out both using the natural wood color with these cradled wood panels for a brighter look, and some more water and sunset practice. Tried out a fun splatter technique on the sand as well! It’s possible I have summer Read More …

Painting 48 of 99

18 x 24″ mixed media on 1.5″ deep cradled wood panel. Walnut finish, no framing required! This one had me messing with color and making adjustments more than usual. I’ve learned through this series that nothing is final until I Read More …

Painting 47 of 99

Another 18 x 24″ cradled wood panel. This time with a walnut stain! I really love the natural patterns and visual texture from the wood grain, so I made sure to preserve some of that through til the end. The Read More …

Painting 46 of 99

I am really happy with how this one turned out. For one thing, I used an 18 x 24″ cradled wood panel for this piece, and was able to let some of the wood show through as part of the Read More …

Painting 45 of 99

Trying to work on more boats and really get water perfected. I am eager to get some photos this summer of boats in TC for future pieces! 14 x 18 acrylic on 5/8″ canvas. To purchase, visit my Etsy shop! Read More …

Painting 44 of 99

Breaking more new ground–an Appaloosa horse! 14 x 18″ mixed media on canvas panel. I used texture and hymn pages as a foundation to give a more interesting final piece. To purchase, visit my Etsy shop! If available, it will Read More …

Painting 43 of 99

14 x 18″ acrylic on 5/8″ canvas. This was another study I did with an online course on landscapes. Really wanted to take a whack at getting those sunbeams you sometimes see coming through the trees in the forest. It’s Read More …

Painting 42 of 99

16 x 20″ acrylic on canvas board. I was inspired by a painting I saw that used bright red leaves by the water and tried my own version for today’s piece. Pretty happy with how it turned out. Also, an Read More …