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it is still spring

it is still spring

It seems to me that we had a winter with some damaging results for small flowering shrubs. Some of mine did a totally no...

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Westcoast Rain

Westcoast Rain

April 9, 2014 | Abstract, Uncategorized | No Comments

Edge of the sunshine  If I would be a poet I could write the mood of today’s rain in a romantic verse but all...

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painted spring

painted spring

March 27, 2014 | Small Art, Uncategorized | No Comments

Bad weather – there is always the studio to bring the sunshine into your life a bouquet of my imagination  -  happy movements –...

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early morning

early morning

March 25, 2014 | A Selection, blog, Uncategorized | 1 Comment

Tuesday morning, rainy and a little grey, but—- think positive – it is not as cool as it was a view days ago. Seed...

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Rain in spring

Rain in spring

Narcissus in the rain Wet weather and Narcissus go well together, the flowers just love the cool season painted with acrylic on quality cotton...

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West coast Weather

West coast Weather

acrylic/canvas    49 x 46″ WEST COAST WEATHER  - LORD IT IS TIME  

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Atmospheric mood # 2

Atmospheric mood # 2

acrylic/canvas    12 x 16″  ready to hang      conversation piece   $ 200.00 shipping is free

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Towering storm clouds

Towering storm clouds

December 15, 2012 | blog, Uncategorized | No Comments

It is peaceful inside. Very merry Christmas and peaceful outside. but in many places in this world the weather is dreadful. driving home 24 x 30″  acrylic on stretched canvas...

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NOVEMBER

NOVEMBER

November 2, 2012 | blog, Uncategorized | No Comments

Just about December, this came fast. After a wonderful late, long stretched out sunny summer spell our winter weather is back. So are we...

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COLORS IN THE RAIN

COLORS IN THE RAIN

July 7, 2012 | blog, Uncategorized | 1 Comment

Rain can be beautiful. Now that the “never ending” wet spring is finely over, I can reflect on the images the rain had produced...

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