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Cottontail Rabbit

Jack, the Rabbit (Oil on 300# paper)

  Every garden attracts hungry little creatures. This painting was fun to do. I was in the mood to paint hummingbirds and furry creatures. It was just one of those notions at the time. I loved to paint  it because it was fun with its multi-colors.   “Jack” Rabbit  Petal Tips: Again, this painting was [...]

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Apples, watercolor, oil, print

Apples in Gold

Fall is in the air and the apples are on the trees. So I picked these apples for you and put them in a gold bowl. I think fall is my most favorite time. The colors are so vibrant,  the green has turned gold, red and orange. After a season of planting, watering and tending [...]

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Geraniums and Leaves

  This is my pick for today. Geraniums and Leaves. These plants are hardy and will grow all year.  It was hard to bring them in for the winter.  With fall in the air, snow is on the way, so it was time to give them a new home in my art studio. At the moment I [...]

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watercolor of children and daisies

Grandchildren and Daisies

Grandchildren and daisies go together. I grabbed a cup of coffee and headed for my garden of colors. I need to clean house, but looking at my garden is much more exciting. I painted this painting twelve years ago when my grandchildren were small.  They came for vacation. One family from Grass Valley, California and [...]

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