DAY 67 Sunlit Cloud Painting ~ 365 Precious Moments

cloud painting

I have  been working on several cloud paintings since last week when I did the one from Dinan, and the one from the Chesapeake Bay. I was working on them again today and this larger canvas from several winters ago … Continue reading

DAY 65 ~ Cloud Paintings ~ 365 Precious Moments

cloud painting in process

I am working on this oil painting this week. While the practice of painting daily is a  beneficial discipline, I don’t want it to occlude my larger or more involved paintings. And so I thought it a good idea to … Continue reading

DAY 61 The Blue Pitcher ~ Mixed Media Painting

floral wysteria window

I started this painting quite some time ago and had laid it aside. Some paintings seem to need a longer incubation period than others. This one needed me to complete the 60 prior in this series, which brought me to … Continue reading

Day 58 Two Hearts ~ Daily Paintings

daily painting

Ok, now I know you were expecting me to finish the painting from yesterday. I’ve had this printmaking experiment on my mind since I started the Joys’ Garden piece a week or so back. (still working on it) I wanted … Continue reading

DAY 52 The Flower Lady ~ 365 Precious Moments Daily Paintings

daily paintings flowers

I have been thinking about painting her since last Saturday when I bought the flowers from her at the farmers’ market. She was so accommodating, letting me photograph her with her buckets of beautiful summer blooms. I went by her farm … Continue reading

DAY 51 Garden of Delights ~ Daily Paintings France

daily paintings france

So much is going on this week, I can hardly find words. I can see the magical colors in this painting. I didn’t really understand where they came from. I have been staying in all week with a chip in … Continue reading

DAY 49 Looking West ~ 365 Precious Moments

daily painting france

This view looks west from Cancale along the Emerald Coast. This was one of the breath-taking views which was so magnificent ~ no way would all of it EVER fit in a painting! I made three plein air studies the … Continue reading