3-3-16 Robin painted on canvas board 16 x 20 acrylic.
Acrylic covers an old print from the 1960s that I primed over. This is a piece of property at the corner of I-40 and Rt 601 in Mocksville. Thank you Bert for letting me photograph your herd in Farmington.
Acrylic on an antique slate roof tile. This is Penny, our hen. I first crackled the background.
Henny Penny is to perfect for painting that I did it again on a wooden lid I got at Rescue Mission for ten cents.
This piece began as an old framed print from the 1960s that had seen better days. So I primed over it and painted an acrylic picture of the field across the street.
Pastels on a sheet of mat board. This is the Oak tree in our front yard.
Acrylic paint on foam core fits into a homemade frame.
Colored pencil on mat board hangs in the kitchen. I found the frame in Scotts stash in 2005.
I made this window using Gallery Glass window paint, not real stain glass. Then I made the curtains to frame it so the window appears larger. Its in my hatroom. In framing the view to the garden, I inadvertently framed the view to the chicken coop.
Kitchen window needed something. I recycled an old window pane using Gallery Glass paint. Then I made the curtain to frame it just right, printing the fabric once the curtain was done, using actual leaves from the Tulip Poplar outside.
Reversible art side 1 of 2.
Reversible art side 2 of 2. How I did it: cutout using 1/4 inch plywood. Drill small hole at center top for hanging. Prime then paint as desired.
Over-door ornament of 1/4 inch plywood and paint. I made this for Scotts grandmother around 2010. She saw mine and wanted one just like it. Its about 40 inches long.
Happy birthday sister Jackie! An Airdale vanity plate for you to further enjoy your love of Airdales.