Monday, May 18, 2015

PB& J E L L Y! (#29)

​Okay, so this is my 29th PB&J and hubby said..."That looks like a real PB&J." 
That is high praise coming from him.  I think it looks great on my laptop but not as good on my ipad.  Different type of screens, so what can you do?
5"x5" acrylic on masonite board.


Saturday, April 11, 2015

Scissor Tailed Flycatchers

12"x24" acrylic on stretched canvas.
Beautiful birds, photographs by Ken Slade by permission.  Thanks Ken!


Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Great White Egret

I had intended on making this closer to realism but then left it a bit abstract-y.  I like it this way.
Photo reference Fahim Rahman.  Thank you!!

18"x24" deep canvas.

Sunday, February 15, 2015

Mr. Finley

We call him that when we are in a formal setting.  :D

This will have to be it for a while because people (my family) keep telling me I'm obsessed with my dog.  I don't know where they'd get such an idea.  ;)

8x8 stretched deep canvas

Thursday, February 5, 2015


When we say "Play?" to Finn he freezes in place, with this intense look on his face!  As soon as he sees the ball he acts like a clown-bunny, hopping in circles.  He's soooo cute.  Dontcha think?

4"x4" acrylic on masonite.

Wednesday, February 4, 2015

Sweet Temptation

My muse.  No dog was harmed (teased) in the making of this painting.  :)
It came purely out of my imagination.
9"x12" deep 1 3/8" canvas, no need for frame.

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Monday, January 26, 2015

sakuma sota marionette "Jester"

4"x6" oil on masonite.

Another adorable marionette!  Photo used by permission of course.

Saturday, January 24, 2015


6"x6" acrylic on masonite.

This and the Red Onion from yesterday shared a pantry, so it is only right they share the spotlight.  :D

Friday, January 23, 2015

Red Onion

6"x6" acrylic on masonite.

​Kinda looks like it's running away.  :D

Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Hummingbirds XVII

The background isn't photographing well, it's yellow and white, with swirls of yellow and white.  (This photo cropped a little on the right for the photo, oops.) 

I love this one.  ​Photo cred Linda Robbins Mazurek, thank you!