Enjoying a wander through my visual history

After a big ShowBiz event like Studio Tour, it can be hard to crank up the creativity wheel again. Sometimes, it’s a quiet, watching energy I have, and I look back through sketchbooks or in this case, digital files back to  2003 or so. I’m so happy and grateful that this is a real pleasure to do. There are good, good memories associated with the paintings I’m rediscovering. I’m privileged to have made them. Here’s just a few. All of these sold long ago.

Cattle Egret, 60" x 36" acrylic on canvas

Cattle Egret, 60″ x 36″ acrylic on canvas

my first big acrylic flower painting,  48"- square, 2004

my first big acrylic flower painting, 48″- square, 2004

Purple and Gold Birds, 48"  x 60" acrylic on canvas

Purple and Gold Birds, 48″ x 60″ acrylic on canvas

Squirrels and Dog, 18" x 36" watercolor

Squirrels and Dog, 18″ x 36″ watercolor


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