Welcome to my art blog where I post recent photos of my work and journal about my life as an artist. Although I spent my early childhood in the Catskill Mountains or New York, I now live and work in Tulsa Oklahoma. It is from my early life in the mountains that I developed a love of the natural world which now includes vast prairies and endless skies. My goal is to see and respond to the beauty that I find around me with a paint brush, paint and canvas.
Time to pull out the winter paintings. There is something attractive to me about a spot of bright red in an otherwise black and white composition. Maybe stemming back to seeing the cardinal at the birdfeeder in the snow that gives a hint of life in the otherwise sleeping landscape. Anyways I love this painting of friend, Melody as she walks her dog in the snow on some property near our home. It is on auction this week on ebay
The bottom painting done by Scott was accepted into the Philbrook Museum's Festival of Trees and was sold there. Congrats Scott! To Bid
And just for fun, here are a few other winter paintings
This one was done by my husband/student, Scott Aycock. It was recently chosen to hang at the Philbrook Museum's Festival of Trees where it was promptly snatched up by a lucky buyer. Congrats, Scott! You can see more of his work by clicking the link above and entering my ebay gallery.