still painting

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January got off to a slow start, which I needed after the Christmas rush. I’ve painted a few commissions, and wanted time for them to reach the owners before showing them off.

Isn’t this a nice moment? I’d swear he’s waiting for his owner, if I didn’t think the owner snapped the picture.  🙂

 

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2018 finished paintings

Here are all my completed paintings from 2018. Most are sold, but a few are available in my Etsy shop. If you would like me to paint from your own photos, please ask me. I have a very competitive price list. 🙂

 

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painting: a hare and a horse (10/09/18)

These both have a slat frame, but Home Depot stopped selling the wood I liked. This is thinner, and a touch narrower. I guess I like it okay, maybe the other kind was too heavy? It’s just odd when someplace stops selling something. There’s not even a slot and label for it anymore, so it’s not coming back.

This Belgian hare was at the fair a couple years ago. I don’t know if they make good pets–you just never see them. I sure like their litheness, and thin features.

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Hare 12″x16″ oil on stretched canvas. Available in my etsy shop. SOLD, Thank you. 😀

And this horse is just fun. What a mash of colors.

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11″x14″ oil on stretched canvas. Also in my etsy shop. SOLD, Thank you.  😀

painting: bay horse glance (10/01/18)

Whew, are we really closing in on the end of 2018? It sure went by like nothing flat.

In anticipation of the Christmas holiday, I have everything in my etsy shop at 10% off. Can I afford to do that? No. Am I doing it anyway? Go take a look! Everything new I list this month will be included in the sale, including this beautiful bay horse giving a flirty look back.

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I’m sure it won’t be in stock long, so don’t miss out. 😀

12″x12″ oil on stretched canvas, available here.