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30 in 30 Day 30 – In Like a Lamb

I did it! Woo-hoo! It’s been a lot of fun but I’m also glad to be done with it. Looking forward to working on some larger, more time intensive pieces now -and making monotypes tomorrow!

Oil on canvas, 4″ x 4″ $75


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InLikeALamb

30 in 30 Day 27 – Deep Water

Oil on canvas board, 7″ x 5″

A small fish is better than none.


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DeepWater

30 in 30 Day 17 – High Horse

This is Colorado, after all. Oil on canvas, 5″ x 7″


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HighHorse

Plus some hillbilly music. I’m fascinated by how much Hank Williams III looks and sounds like his grand dad.

 

30 in 30 Day 16 – Island Dream

A tiny 4″ x 4″ oil on canvas today. Not sure where this came from, really – my subconscious must be liking the thought of drinking Mojitos on a beach somewhere. It’s not going to happen anytime soon, but it’s a nice dream nonetheless. A snowstorm has begun in Denver.

“Island Dream,” oil on stretched canvas, 4″ x 4,” $75


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Little Bird of Heaven

Little Bird of Heaven

Oil on canvas board, 5″ x 7″

LittleBirdOfHeaven

Long Winter’s Nap

Oil on canvas board, 5″ x 7″

LongWinter'sNap

Ortolan. And twenty-something more.

I have been making stuff steadily, but have not been good at blogging about it. Ortolan “Ortolan,” oil on canvas board, 7″ x 5″. WCSusan'sFlowers “Susan’s Flowers,” watercolor, 16″ x 12″     TheYellowBlanket“The Yellow Blanket,” oil on canvas, 6″ x 6″ WCHorseOfADifferentColor “Horse of a Different Color,” watercolor, 14″ x 20″ WCConeflowers “Coneflowers,” watercolor, 10″ x 7″ ScreamingBlueHouse@0 “Screaming Blue House,” oil on wood, 4″ x 4″ SOLD Silo@0   “Silo,” oil on wood, 4″ x 4″ SOLD TheHouseThatJackBuiltII@0 “The House That Jack Built II,” oil on canvas, 5″ x 5″ SOLD TheHouseThatJackBuilt@0 “The House That Jack Built,” oil on wood, 4″ x 4″ SOLD WCOwlWithCreamsicleMoon@0 “Owl with Creamsicle Moon,” watercolor, 13″ x 19″ SOLD Prairie-Chicken@0 “Prairie Chicken,” oil on canvas board, 7″ x 5″ WCFlyingApples “Flying Apples,” watercolor, 7″ x “10 WCPoppies@0 “Poppies,” watercolor, 10″ x 7″ WCPoppiesII “Poppies II,” watercolor, 20″ x 14″ SOLD TheFear@0   “The Fear,” oil on canvas, 5″ x 5″ TheImpureThought@0 “The Impure Thought,” oil on canvas board, 7″ x 5″ Fern@0 “Fern,” 6″ x 6″, oil on canvas SOLD FlowerBabyBug@0 “FlowerBabyBug,” oil on canvas board, 7″ x 5″  SOLD OneLousyLobster “One Lousy Lobster,” watercolor, 13″ x 19″ WCOwl1 Plus a bunch of watercolors of owls. I think the one above has sold… my record keeping has much room for improvement. WCOwl2 WCOwl3 WCOwl4 WCOwl6 WCPeacock And a watercolor peacock MayFlowerLion@0 “Mayflower Lion,” watercolor  SOLD WCGoldfish “Goldfish,” watercolor Artichokes “Artichokes,” watercolor

My Imaginary Therapist’s Very Real Cat Stares at Something that Isn’t There

 

 

and ten more.

MyImaginaryTherapist

I haven’t abandoned my 30 paintings in 30 days project, though I have neglected posting it to this blog.

As of today –  day 28- I have completed 21 pieces. I will need to finish 9 things in 2 days to complete successfully the challenge. It might not happen.

It probably won’t. And that’s okay.

I’ve enjoyed the project tremendously and will try it again. And hopefully get a little closer next time. Just before the portrait of my imaginary therapist’s real cat, I finished a little watercolor that I forgot to take a picture of. Honest, I did. The rest are below.

ASheepToCount

HerFragileHappiness

Mr.ButtersFallen-SongbirdBugMeWoundedBeetleLimesTheBoilingPointOfBirds@0Bird'sNestSoup@0

Dodo Bird

6″ x 4″, oil on canvas board.

DodoBird

The Rocking Horse Winner

Oil on canvas, 5″ x 5″.

All is Well

“Miss Kitty,” oil on wood, 6″ x 6″.

I will be concentrating more on these tiny paintings now in preparation for the Art Students League of Denver‘s Summer Art Market on June 9th & 10th.

I am proud to be sharing booth #33 at this art fair with the fantastic artist Claudia Roulier.

I am also happy to have a painting included in “Renewal” at Niza Knoll Gallery.

In short, all is well- spring always brings me a bit of hope and the sunshine feels like an answer to a prayer.

There is an unseen collaborator in the little painting above and to him I say- some flowers are too pretty to be squashed. And thank you for everything:)