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Saturday, July 15, 2017

California Grape Vineyard


This painting shows a grape vineyard typical for California. Some are larger, some are smaller, some are neater, some are secluded. But there are many because of the weather conditions that allow perfect grapes to be grown. The drought is over and water is plentiful so I expect a huge supply of grapes this year. Some will be used to make wonderful wines at the many wine tasting facilities. Be careful you don’t taste too much!!!! Ink and watercolor.
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Saturday, July 08, 2017

November Morning





My painting depicts an early morning scene in a wooded area as the first rays of light appear. Mornings are now cool and the waters are very still beneath the trees. The scene is very quiet and the birds have not yet begun to chirp. A hint of rain from the previous night’s rain lingers. Ink and watercolor.

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Friday, June 30, 2017

Favorite Foot Ware

Many years ago when I did a lot of walking, I bought a great pair of walking shoes which looked like these in the painting. They lasted many years and it was difficult to throw them away even when the heels began to fall apart, shoelace loops tore and bits and pieces of heavy stitching began to fail. Many of you know how sad it is when you must end your relationship with a favorite pair of foot ware. 
Ink and watercolor

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Friday, June 23, 2017

Country Road

Birds eye view of a country road meandering through the hills in vineyard country. Ink and watercolor.


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Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Window Rock Arizona

This Arizona landmark means “the rock-with-hole-through-it”  according to Navajo translation. We know it today as “Window Rock”. Window rock is a small city located in eastern Arizona near the New Mexico border about 30 miles from Gallup, NM. It serves as the seat of government and capital of the Navajo Nation. Located on the high desert this landmark and city receive many tourists yearly. Ink and watercolor.
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Wednesday, June 07, 2017

Sacramento Water Tower

This water tower is located on the southern rim of the city of Sacramento next to Interstate 5. I decided to paint this tower one day so here it is. Currently, the slogan reads “America’s Farm-To-Fork Capital”. For many years the slogan said “City Of Trees”. Many citizens are not happy with the change. Major discussions are taking place. Will they change it back? Who knows. Ink and watercolor.

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Monday, May 29, 2017

Lilac Breasted Roller

 A member of the roller family of birds found in Africa. Prefers open woodland and savanna. It is largely absent from treeless places. It perches conspicuously at the tops of trees, poles or other high vantage points from where it can spot insects, lizards, scorpions, snails, small birds and rodents moving about at ground level. Cute but dangerous. Ink and watercolor.

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Sunday, May 21, 2017

Barns And Trees 2

Simple farm yard scene #2. These old wooden structures have lasted through all kinds of weather and still store farm equipment, feed and miscellaneous items for the owners. This is a flip-flop version from my last post titled Barnes And Trees 1. Ink and watercolor.

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Monday, May 15, 2017

Barns And Trees 1

Simple farm yard scene #1. These old wooden structures have lasted through all kinds of weather and still store farm equipment, feed and miscellaneous items for the owners. My next post will show a flip-flopped version of this same scene. Ink and watercolor. 

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Saturday, May 06, 2017

Morning Trees


The sun's rays creep through the huge trees in this early morning forest scene. All is quiet except for the birds beginning to chirp and critters scurrying through the dense underbrush. Ink and watercolor
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