Snow is a rare event in Oklahoma. A couple of weeks ago we had a really good 3 inches and cold enough temperatures that it stuck for a while. I love being the first one out of the house when it snows…making the first foot prints…listening to that crunching sound under my boots. Here is what it looked like from our front gate…my impression anyway…
12″ x 12″ oil on canvas
I know that not everyone loves snow, but I do, and winters without snow are so drab and boring…
So here is me dreaming… 🙂
11″ x 14″ oil on canvas
4″ x 5″ oil on mini canvas
So much fun doing anything with two. Sledding has got to be faster…just being able to share the fun…
Hoping we get some snow…I’m not sure where the sleds are, but I know we have cross country skis and snowshoes…
8″ x 10″ oil on gessoed panel
This is my last entry for the 30 days. I painted 25 out of the 30, and I know I learned a lot. I have always loved this photo that my son took of his two sisters and I needed another winter scene for December in the calendar that I will make from my paintings this time around. Hope this one makes you smile. 🙂
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8″ x 10″ oil on canvas
It doesn’t snow much here on the prairie where we live, but one winter we had a really good snow, and the girl’s took full advantage of it finding the highest hill they could, which is not easy here on the plains. This turned out to be a fabulous sledding party.
This is day 5 of 30 Paintings in 30 Days. Leslie Saeta who is putting on this challenge for artists suggested that we do a calendar with 12 of our paintings. I thought this was a great idea, so I came up with a couple winter scenes.
Notice my women are faceless…for now, anyway…:)