Fence Line Road

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On my frequent drives to Houston I pass by an area that I think is interesting. There is a flat pasture where cattle graze. Immediately beside it is a hilly wooded area. A dirt road runs at the edge of the woods, separating the contrasting landscapes. The road follows the contour of the hills just […]

Heart of Flowers

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My youngest granddaughter decided to completely redo her bedroom. That included painting over the murals I painted which were a bunch of frogs doing things all around the world. Actually, she inherited the Frog Mural from her brother when she took over his room (see the link below). It seemed natural that for her birthday […]

Bluebonnet Mural

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It took me a whole month but I finally completed a mural on my fence. I had lost some plants and when I removed them they exposed a very ugly fence. I decided instead of re-staining or painting it, I would paint a mural. Click on images to enlarge.

Mary!

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This painting is based on John 20:11-16, especially verse 16. It is dedicated to a high school classmate and good friend, Mike Minick, who died in 2014. He had given the canvas to me and after his death I decided to do a painting with a religious theme. I was inspired by that instant in […]

Learning to Swim

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An idea popped into my head: Baby fish start their lives already knowing how to swim, its instinctive. Human babies work on walking for months, even longer. What if you’re half fish/half human? I depicted a Mermaid Mom teaching her little boy how to swim. Do we call him a Merboy; a Merkid? Click on […]

Poppy Field at Sunset

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It is what it is: a painting I really didn’t want to do in the first place and didn’t want to continue once it was started. But I was determined to struggle through. I finally reached a point where I thought, “I’m done.” Click on image to enlarge. Acrylic on canvas, 20″ x 24″