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although it's still well below freezing at night, the sun appears more often, and
some plants have tiny buds if you look really, really closely. For me it's a time of
waiting and anticipating being able to work in the garden and walk in the
sunshine again. As a sun-loving Aussie, I still haven't fully embraced the months
of snow and coldness!
the largest paintings I've ever created. At 62" x 48", Ghost of the Mountains is a
huge canvas and the snow leopard is slightly larger than life size. His beautiful
black and white coat pattern and all that thick fur needed to be painted
realistically, and it took me many, many weeks of work. Here's the result:
much as you can. I've realized that my job and mission as an artist is to share
happiness and beauty with the world, so I hope you will find some happiness
and beauty in my new and enormous triptych titled Flowing.
Quest For The West! This is my largest and most important exhibition of the
year, and a fabulous event that Michael and I always look forward to. Normally it
takes place at the beautiful Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western
Art in Indianapolis, Indiana, but this year the show will be a virtual "luck of the
draw" sale. This means that anyone can participate in the sale just by
Painting Glacier National Park opens this coming weekend at The Hockaday
Museum of Art in Kalispell, Montana. The exhibition celebrates the long history
of women artists traveling to Glacier National Park to paint it's wildly
Each spring I look forward to the few weeks in June when my many peony
plants bloom. (I have about 26 so far!) The bushes are covered in huge,
elaborate flowers that fascinate me in all their fleeting beauty. I paint them every
year, and this year I decided to go big. Really big. And blue.
Hello my lovely friends,
If you are one of those who prefer my realism paintings and are a bit perplexed
I've returned to the wildlife subjects that launched my career (is it really 30
had glimpses of some on Instagram and Facebook, but others have slipped
through without any progress updates. Today's painting, simply titled River, has
had a couple of details shown publicly that haven't given much away at all, but
you are the first to see the complete painting!