This painting was the hardest one I've ever had to photograph. It caused me to read my camera manual from cover to cover (something I've been putting off for months)....only to find out that the manual covers only basic things...like charging the battery, turning it on, and how it's not a good idea to drop it. I am now in a search for book, or secondary manual, or anything really that will unveil...
The thing I miss the most about Denver is definitely the summer thunderstorms. It's nice that the beach is here...but not when "May Gray" and "June Gloom" have turned into "Fogust"... I haven't heard of one for July, but that was cloudy too. Now if it was thunderstorming here I wouldn't have a complaint at all :)
Oil on stretched canvas, 12x12 inches
Sides painted, ready to hang.
My husband went to CSM, I forget what building this is, so bonus points if you know :)
Oil on board, 6x6 inches
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There's a light buried in a tree on the corner of our street, and for some reason when night falls (and especially when it snows) it looks so beautiful.
6x6, oil on 3/8 inch thick gessobord panel
This is another version of my previous painting that I did for my husband. I think I might like this one better than the first.
6x6 inches, oil on gessobord panel