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Oil Paintings for October

Guava in Mexican Bowl Oil on Linen Panel 4"x6"
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I am wishing you a wonderfully colorful and happy Fall.
I've learned so much these last couple of weeks and am thankful for all the great advice experienced artists are willing to share with me.

Nectarines Still Life Oil on Linen Panel 5"x7"

Ranunculus in Glass Oil on Linen Panel 4"x6"
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Cotton Pod Oil on Linen Panel 3"x6"


  1. As usual Very successfully and tastefully done.
    Beautiful work!:)

  2. Hi!!!! I wanted to tell that this incredible!!!
    ilike a lot of your works!!!!
    i brasilian artist...
    good bye!!

  3. your works are amazing!!!
    i brazilian artist...
    good bye!

  4. Thank you, both for the wonderful compliments. I am so thankful for the kind words.

  5. Wow. You're really good. I hopped here after reading your comment on Anna Maria Horner's blog. You're inspiring me! I started as an art major in college many years ago, but dropped it because I found oils so intimidating, but you're really inspiring! Did you just start dabbling or take classes?

  6. I'm so glad to have come across your blog, your paintings are wonderful- hope you have a lovely weekend!
    Take care!

  7. I love the rose in the bottle, very beautifull.
    thank you for sharing.


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