Monday, October 26, 2009
Monday, October 19, 2009
This is just a gorgeous town in southwest Colorado. Telluride sits at almost 9,000 feet! It hosts a plein air festival every year because of the wonderful scenery. I painted this while in town for my brother's wedding. I hope to get back soon since I now have two brothers and two sister-in-laws to visit there! I started this one on site, but did most of the work at home. There are some things that could probably be corrected or improved in this painting but I think I will call it finished!
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Black Canyon, Gunnison Colorado
This is a beautiful and very steep canyon. It was hard to peer over the edges due to the steepness. My brother recommended we stop here on our way to Telluride Colorado. This is done from a photo and I replaced my family that was standing there with the horse and cowboy.
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Labels: 16X20 water soluable oil
Wednesday, October 14, 2009
Spring time creek
I love this nearby creek because it always has rushing water and rapids in the spring. I tried to add a few fishermen that were standing on the rocks, but they didn't look right. So I quickly painted over them! This is a plein air painting done in Linear Park, Penfield NY. 8x10acrylic
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Work in Progress
This is Crystal Cove state park in southern California. I hope to get this one finished eventually. I was here in July with my family. This is a plein air 11x14 acrylic.
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Tuesday, October 6, 2009
A few paintings by my mother
Here is my mother, Moya Kirby. I've posted a few of her paintings here so she can officially be on the internet. One day we may have a mother, daughter, granddaughter art show if we can get it organized!
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Another one by Mom
Here is another oil painting by my mother. She still works full time and doesn't do much painting right now. But she plans to start painting again soon.
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Swansee Massachusetts Farm
This is a watercolor by my mother. She painted it by memory of an uncle's farm that she visted often as a child. Her relatives still live there today. Size is 8x10.
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