18″x18″ oil on stretched canvas, wired on back and ready to hang unframed. Available here.
Belgian hare, 12″x12″ oil on stretched canvas, ready to hang unframed. Available here.
Labrador dog, 12″x12″ oil on stretched canvas, ready to hang unframed. Available here.
While I’m here, I will show off some pretty dogs I was asked to paint.
This first portrait is on a different strata than I usually use, it is mdf board and has almost no “tooth” so allows for very smooth portraiture.
Here I wanted to use different colors for all the white, and let the color play create the visual interest.
Both fun in their own way!
A very pretty gold greyhound, 12″x12″ oil on stretched canvas, ready to hang unframed. Available here.
An alpine goat, 11″x14″ oil on stretched canvas, ready to hang unframed. Available here.
Doesn’t he have the sweetest little face? What a darling.
8″x8″ oil on stretched canvas, the side edges are painted and it is ready to hang unframed. Available here.
This week I painted several dog tongues. I guess I like how unguarded their expressions are.
10″x10″ oil on stretched canvas. The side edges are painted brown, and the painting is ready to hang unframed. Available here.
We needed to go take photos of that pretty quilt, and while the wind was not cooperating, nature in general certainly did!
We saw deer!
And I thought I found chestnuts, but these are not the real thing. Darn.
Juniper berries seem to be right, though. When can I harvest these to use as a spice? I know game recipes often call for juniper berries. I will have to look that up and go back when they’re ready.
The ducks and geese were winging their way…east?
So soon the winter comes. Sigh. Well, that just means getting out the winter quilt I made last year. Yay for that!
Are you reading my sewing blog? I know I need to link to it more often. I finished my little girl quilt, and it deserves showing-off on two blogs :).
This quilt would make a perfect holiday gift for some treasured little girl. The quality of the fabrics and workmanship (made by my own hands!) ensure the quilt will last a lifetime.