Wet Paint! – My Latest Paintings

Today’s painting is of some recently harvested hay all rolled up and ready for the cows. This field with the view of the surrounding mountains is located near our home in Blairsville Georgia. The painting was done in oils on a 6″ x 6″ wood panel.

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Wet Paint! – My Latest Paintings

Today’s painting is of one of the houses at the Hardman Farm just south of Helen Georgia.  The main mansion, which is quite grand, is surround by a number of smaller houses such as the one shown here (which I assume served as quarters for caretakers or guests). The beautiful farm and all of its buildings are now a state historical site.

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Wet Paint! – My Latest Paintings

Today’s artwork is of some tiger lily’s from our garden. The work was done in colored pencil on an 8″ x 10″ sheet of Stonehenge paper.

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Wet Paint! – My Latest Paintings!

Today’s painting is of a section of the Nottely River near our home in Blairsville Georgia. During the summer months the water in the river is about 6′ deeper and all of the sand bars and rocks are submerged. The site is our favorite place to launch our kayak. The painting was done in oils on a 6″ x 6″ wood panel.

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Wet Paint! – My Latest Paintings

Today’s painting is of an old Texaco station that I pass on my drive from Blairsville to Athens Georgia.  The station is no longer open but someone goes to the trouble of maintaining it in perfect condition.  The painting was done in oils on a 6″ x 6″ wood panel.

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Wet Paint! – My Latest Paintings

Today’s artwork is a painting of the trail that runs around Vogel State Park near our home in the mountains of north Georgia.  The painting was done in oils on a 6″ x 6″ wood panel.

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Wet Paint! – My Latest Paintings

Today’s painting is of a lakeside dock with chairs ready for relaxing. The painting was done in oils on a 6″ x 6″ wood panel.

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