Saturday, August 20, 2016

Kate with Fishing Net - SOLD

Kate with Fishing Net
Oil on Canvas Panel, 8" x 8"
SOLD at $25 plus $10 shipping.

The kids found tiny little fish in the bay, and hunted the schools with a fishing net.
This is Kate, next to the dock, scooping up those tiny fishies.

Thursday, August 18, 2016

Clam Shells - SOLD

Clam Shells
Pencil on Bristol, 8" x 10"
SOLD at $10 plus $10 shipping.

My cousin taught the kids how to hunt for clams in the bay, and they loved it. They steamed the clams they caught and put them on homemade pizza. Me, I just shuffled around and dug up shells.


Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Clouds Over the Bay - SOLD

Clouds Over the Bay
Oil on Canvas Panel, 8" x 8"
SOLD

My "beach house" series continues. View from the dock. You can just see a small beach across the bay, which is where, one lovely afternoon, my great niece Kate and I kayaked, and watched some schools of little fish, and some dogs playing in the water. Fun times!

Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Landing Egret - SOLD

Landing Egret
Oil on Canvas Panel, 8" x 8"
SOLD.

Another egret piece, just because they are such lovely creatures.
And I happen to have 8" x 8" canvas.

Monday, August 15, 2016

Morning Light on the Dock- SOLD

Morning Light on the Dock
Oil on Stretched Canvas, 14" x 18"
SOLD.

The morning light at the bay was so fresh and subtle, roses and pale yellows in the sky. The sunset light was much more intense, and I'll do some of those too. But I love the morning views.

Sunday, August 14, 2016

Low Tide Fishing - SOLD

I am back from our beach vacation, and I feel like I've been in Paradise. It was so lovely, so much beauty and wonderful company, and the food. Oh, my. Eastern shore freshness...juicy, dripping peaches, the freshest corn, REAL tomatoes (not like the grocery stores.)

Anyway, lots to paint, lots of photos, and some much needed inspiration.

To start a series, I did a small one, just to get back into the oils.


Low Tide Fishing
Oil on Canvas Panel, 8" x 8"
SOLD at $20 plus $10 shipping.

It's a start. You probably won't be able to see them here, below, but when it was morning low tide, usually about 7:00 am, the egrets would come and fish in the bay. So neat to watch, while sitting on the dock with morning coffee.


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