Alphabet Challange W - Women
How about paintings of the
women I have done.
We can call this the
This painting was my very first
women's painting but....it was
also my second painting period.
Yep, I really bit off more than I
could chew (paint ) with this one...
but I managed it. What is really cool
about this painting is....
my son when he was a lot
younger thought this painting
was cool. A few years ago I was
going to sell it off but I talked with
Cory first, he did not want me
to sell it. He said he wanted it.
That really touched me.
I studied painting in my later
years, I was 42.
And I started with oils.
Actually I worked with acrylics in
high school on the two paintings
that I did paint.
But I love oils.
This one is painted on a larger canvas
and hangs in my spare room.
This little woman I sold to
a woman I want to school with.
If you have picked up on anything
while you have been reading my
blog you will know that I love
THE WIZARD OF OZ.
So this post was almost about that movie!
But...I decided to go this way instead.
I painted the above painting for my
niece. She loved the movie WICKED
and introduced me to it.
One more oil. Given as a gift.
Being an artist is not easy cause
people really don't like purchasing
paintings, esp. oils, they sell for a
bit more cause of the cost of the
So I actually moved on to
Donated this painting below to an
auction we had at the school last
year. I worked for the TN.
School for the Blind.
I was house sitting at my brothers
a couple years ago and to pass the
time I painted this one.
When my sis in law saw it
she fell in love with it.
When she came home it
was there waiting for her.
It hangs beside her dressing table
in the bathroom. She loves hats.
So last year when her and my brother
were out of town I was house
sitting again, it was Lori's bday
so I painted this to go with the
How about a swim?
Better yet how about a drink out
after the swim?
One of my favs. Love the colors.
Couple of dresses.
And the shoes.
Thanks for stopping in to view my
letter of the day.
If you notice in my paintings they are either
hiding behind hats, or a side view or
from the rear. I can't paint faces to