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Painting in the backyard today

It was a lovely day but I didn’t have time to drive off somewhere to paint plein air, plus the roses in the back yard were calling. 31 more words


New art!  Here’s a cloudscape over the Willamette Valley. 11 x 14″, framed with gold wood frame with linen liner. Very traditional looking, yet Impressionist color and paintstrokes. $160 plus shipping.

Coronado Glory Original Pastel Drawing

I painted this en plain air with my husband Jon in fall of 2016 in Holly Hills.  Holly Hills is an especially beautiful and charming neighborhood in south St Louis City.   122 more words


Looking; then looking again

One of the things that I like most about painting impressions is that the same subject can leave you with a different impression each time you view it. 299 more words


Garden Vision

New painting today — the little pond at the Connie Hansen Garden, with a couple of orange fish frolicking with tadpoles. Love spring!

Garden Vision, oil on canvas 24×48″  $560

Monet’s Garden in Giverny

Claude Monet was not always the rich and famous inventor of “Impressionism.” In fact, “Impressionism” was not always a revered art movement, or a way to sell countless silk scarves and coffee mugs. 655 more words


A New Challenge: Plein Air Yaquina

Today was my first day painting outdoors (plein air) this year, because it was our FIRST really nice day here. Sunny all day. No rain. 187 more words