Friday, May 22, 2020

Dappled Facade

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This is another painting based on photos from Arrow Rock, Missouri. This small eastern Missouri town has numerous historic buildings which include the J. Houston Tavern which is the oldest restaurant in Missouri.

Wave Fun

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My granddaughter posed for this painting when we visited the beach a few years ago.

Ballerina

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I once again used a scrapbooking rubber stamp to apply the black texture to the blue background.

Sunday, May 17, 2020

Ebb Tide #9

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My love for the ocean is again evident in this painting.

What Cat?

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The background image for this painting is from a 1960's playhouse. I thought the dog fit well with the background image.

Back in Time

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Our rec room is decorated in a retro style. Several years ago we purchased this 1970s clock for display. Walking past it the other day I started thinking about using it in a painting and this is how the final artwork turned out.

Monday, May 11, 2020

60s Girl Figure

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During the 1950s and 1960s the Louis Marx company produce some amazingly detailed toy figures. The toys ranged from Universal Movie Monsters to fighting soldiers. This painting depicts one of the  "Campus Cuties" figures produced during 1964.