Wet Paint! – My Latest Paintings

Today’s painting is of a 1940 yellow cab that was on display at Universal Studios in Orlando when we were there in May. The painting was done in oils on an 8″ x 10″ wood panel.

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Wet Paint! – My Latest Paintings

Today’s painting is of a barn located near our house in the mountains of north Georgia. I previously attempted this same scene in water color (see previous post). This painting was done in oils on a 6″ x 12″ wood panel.

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Wet Paint! – My Latest Paintings

Today’s painting is of a barn near our home in Blairsville Georgia. As can be seen in the painting, a thunder storm was quickly moving in and I just made it back to the car before the sky opened up. This painting was done in watercolor (not my usual medium, and one I continually struggle with). The work was done on a 7″ x 12″ sheet of Arches 140 lb HP water color paper.

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Wet Paint! – My Latest Paintings

Today’s artwork is of a beautiful yellow hibiscus that I saw when we were in St. Augustine Florida a month ago.  The artwork 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 artwork is of the Stevens County Courthouse in Toccoa Georgia. The building is on the National Register of Historic Places. The 8″ x 10″ work was done in colored pencil on Stonehenge paper.

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Wet Paint! – My Latest Paintings

Today’s artwork is of some Daffodils.  I have previously done these same flowers in oils but decided to give colored pencils a try this time. The work was done in colored pencil on a 6″ x 6″ sheet of Stonehenge paper.

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Wet Paint! – My Latest Paintings

Today’s artwork is of a green bug on a pink flower.  I had previously done this same subject in oils and I decided to give it a try in colored pencils. The painting was done in colored pencil on a 6″ x 6″ sheet of Stonehenge paper.

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