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Showing posts from August 8, 2010

Lots of Color for August

Cherry Trio, 4"x6" Oil on Linen Panel

Cherry II, 4"x6" Oil on Linen Panel

Barlett Pear, 6"x6" Oil on Linen Panel

Alla Prima Oil Paintings for July

Yellow Miniature Roses, 4"x6" Oil on Linen
I hope you have had a great summer. I've started teaching again and have been working hard at sneaking in painting time. This painting of yellow roses is my first alla prima oil painting. Having only a few minutes here and there allowed for painting, my still life props tend to go bad before I get a chance to finish a painting. I thought this was the perfect time to practice a painting in only a few minutes. This one I gave myself fifteen minutes to paint. Later I will post some that took me about thirty minutes. I had so much fun, that I know I will try it again.

Comice Pear with Silver Cup, 5"x7" Oil on Linen sold
This one and the one below are a different story. I have been working on them for about a week, off and on. They are finally done and I feel pretty pleased with them. The pears are from back yard, from a pear tree my dad planted years ago. This year we got a few more pears that in the past.

Comice Pears and Gr…


EAA Fall Show Prospectus 2010
Fall Outdoor ART SHOW & SALE
September 25, 2010 - 9:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M.
Spring Creek Plaza located at 15th & Bryant
Edmond, Oklahoma
Inquiries: Jeff Bamborough, 405.812.2273; e-mail:
or Mary Sue Robbins, 405.348.1471; e-mail:
Artists are invited to enter the EAA annual members' Fall Fine Art Show & Sale. EAA invites non-members to join EAA artists in exhibiting their art by paying membership dues and booth rental fee. The exhibition area is outdoors on wide veranda-like sidewalks in front of the stores.
Please send your application and fees by September 7 if possible so the show committee can make adequate plans for awards! Individual artists will handle their own sales, no commission will be imposed, and each artist will turn in their sales tax to EAA at the end of the show and EAA will turn it into the Oklahoma Tax Commission. Only original works of art will be judged.
The owners of Spring Creek Plaza part…