Las Trembleques

What do you do on a icey day? Paint!…. and finally blog after many months…I swear I am so tired of this weather! We Texans are one spoiled bunch and I like it that way! I painted this from pictures I found from my visit to Panama 5 years ago! So many beautiful ladies…the trembleques are the beaded flowers in their hair….I have more but this one came first. Hope you like it…


Layla's Birthday Hat

Snow Pillow 2

This painting is a second painting of a wolf I photographed in Colorado at Wolf Sanctuary. It was the middle of summer and definitely I took “artist license” in adding the “snow pillow” he is laying his beautiful head on! This one is a small detailed painting only 6×8 image size, available at the RS Hanna Gallery ( I am privileged to be represented by them in Fredericksburg, my home town. This prestigious gallery is such a blessing to me. Shannon Hanna the proprietor, is the sweetest most supporting person! She makes you feel like you just stepped into her home as her honored guest. The gallery is a beautiful old house restored on Llano Street.  I am so privileged to be a part of it. You must come by and see all my work there. Her father-in-law the renowned artist John Austin Hanna, has his beautiful painting throughout the gallery, as well as many other amazing artist from around the U.S.A. Just wanted to update you on what I have been doing.
Just completed this large 16×20 pastel called “Cow Lick”


Fred and Ethel

Fondly named by my son as they come back yearly to their pond in Virginia. 14×11 SOLD

Andalusian Arabesque

20 x 16 This pastel has been selcted to be in the Texas Pastel Society show.

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