Monthly Archives: March 2015

The “March” of the Latest Paintings – A New Painting (Almost) Every Day Throughout March

I caught this opalescent green beetle pollinating this beautiful purple flower at the Albuquerque Botanical Gardens last summer. The painting is done in oils on a 6″ x 6″ wood panel. Advertisements

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The “March” of the Latest Paintings – A New Painting (Almost) Every Day Throughout March

Today’s painting is of a former cat of ours by the name of Glotti. The cat was adopted off the street as a stray kitten and she never really understood the concept of being a pet. One day she tore … Continue reading

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The “March” of the Latest Paintings – A New Painting (Almost) Every Day Throughout March

Everything is blooming here in Albuquerque. It was 83 degrees today and felt like summer. This painting is of some tulips that were growing in a planter outside a church near our house. They had flowers of every color and … Continue reading

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The “March” of the Latest Paintings – A New Painting (Almost) Every Day Throughout March

Today’s painting is of my wife Mary’s old softball mitt. Back in Charleston she played for a recreational team called the Dirt Bags. They didn’t win too may games but they had a lot of fun. The painting is done … Continue reading

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The “March” of the Latest Paintings – A New Painting (Almost) Every Day Throughout March

Today’s painting is of a mountain scene in western Canada. The hiker is my wife who is obviously a faster hiker and therefore well ahead of me on the trail. The painting is done in oils on a 6″ x … Continue reading

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Hot Dogs!

This painting is of a hot dog vendor in Santa Fe. The painting was done in oils on a 8″ x 10″ wood panel.

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Staying Hydrated in Santa Fe

This is a painting done last summer of some tourists trying to stay hydrated on the plaza in Santa Fe. The painting was done in oils on a 8″ x 10″ wood panel.

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