… And I must go

I came across the above quote from John Muir (author and naturalist ), spent all morning looking at pictures of hillsides I wanted to disappear into, and somewhere along the way, produced this:

I trust you know where to find the comments section. 😉



October 8, 2011

I don’t know; it reminds me of a flamingo.

The idea was: I’ve done paintings that predominantly feature the primary colors, blue and yellow (also green, but that’s secondary–pun!). So of course, I wanted to finish the collection with something ‘red’ and I have this to show for my efforts..

..which is not really red.

Should I pass it off as my Red painting anyway? Vote in the comments section!


October 8, 2011

This was never meant to look as terrifying as it does.


Still enjoying the colours but–GAH!

Birthday gift#2

March 5, 2011

Some day I will actually use oils and not just speak of this Someday, but until then, here’s what you get:


The Sea, The Sea

July 25, 2010

There’s a lot more green and a lot less ‘luminous blue’  in the original, but I cannot get a better shot of ‘The Sea, The Sea’, so here it is.


June 30, 2009

3598950 shots later, this is still the best photo I can give you of ‘Cecilia’ because my scanner hates it. And my camera hates it (albeit a little less).


I spent some effort on the rocks. By the time I was through with them, though, I just wanted it done, and done quick. So then came the trees and the rest of the landscape, and why I call these the ‘Ugly bad’ is, I think, self-evident.   😉


January 31, 2009

By far, the oddest thing I have ever painted, I think. 🙂

Flower Soup

January 31, 2009

No I don’t know what I was thinking.