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I’m not sure why I never considered painting my mom’s teacups before, but for now it feels so right. Adding objects from around my house to round out the composition is an easy task – there is lots of “stuff” … Continue reading
I am working on arranging items to make a pleasing composition for my paintings. At the same time, I am targeting shadows. I’m having fun finding items in my house to include as my subjects. This is my mom’s tea … Continue reading
For a while I was not painting because the perfect landscape or still life did not present itself. One day I realized that there were lots of things under my own roof to paint. I just needed to gather them … Continue reading
When I announced my engagement of marriage, 43 years ago, mom gave me this wooden bowl. She had a wooden bowl that I always admired. We use our bowl for everything. It’s our TV popcorn bowl, our fruit bowl, our … Continue reading