Just joking about the title… 🙂 I’m so tired and brain numb that I asked my daughter what I should call this painting and she said I should paint a goldfish in the bowl…
18″ x 24″ oil on panel
I don’t know why I start such a big project on a daily painting challenge… but I’m not quite finished with this one… No goldfish though… 🙂
This is a color study I did for a commissioned painting I will be working on soon. The real painting will be on an 18″ circled panel.
10″ x 10″ oil on canvas
There are already leaves turning color and falling off the trees and I harvested three pumpkins from my garden. This is what inspired this little fall mini today, plus sunflowers from the Farmer’s Market…
4″ x 4″ oil on mini black canvas
Experimenting with a palette knife and some colors I rarely use…
Not sure, but I think this might be the Bay of Fires in Tasmania, that I have painted several paintings of before. My daughters went to Tasmania a couple of years ago and I asked them to take pictures so I could paint some beautiful scenes that I will never get to see. I played around with a palette knife on this one. I’m really liking the textures.
This is actually larger and not square, but my regular camera is not working very well, so I saved this from my Instagram. The actual painting is 12″ x 16″ oil on canvas.
I’ve got a bit to finish on this one, but I was trying to catch up and I’m still a day behind.
9″ x 12″ oil on canvas
Two of my daughters back in the 80’s standing in front of a graffiti mural, I think in Santa Cruz, California. I’ve always loved the idea of painting from this amazing photo.
I’ve been working on a larger painting using this bouquet in the background, but I knew I couldn’t finish it in time to post it for Day 9, so I worked on a mini today of the same bouquet. Hopefully I’ll finish the larger painting tonight and be caught up.
4″ x 4″ oil on mini canvas