Friday, March 27, 2020
Ok, so I am going to kill several birds with one stone here. I am going to post a painting a day as I make the brave attempt to clean my studio. I am going to slash the price well below retail. If you purchase the painting I am not requiring it, but any extra cash you want to donate will be appreciated. I am then going to split any sales with the Red Dirt Relief Fund and the Tulsa Restaurant Employee Relief Fund. This could be fun! If you need shipping please include $20 more, otherwise arrange with me for pick up or delivery. If anyone has a brilliant idea on how to work this better, let me know but I am thinking the first person to say, " I want to buy this painting," gets it. They can pay for it through pay pal ...sending money to friends and family so that Paypal doesn't take a cut. Some of these paintings will be sketches and some will be demos and some will be finished paintings. some were done years ago and some, last month. Help me clear the studio while helping Tulsans in need.. Please pass along to your pals.... unless you want to be the first to purchase ;-) I will be adding a couple of paintings each day.
Tornado 16x20 oil on stretched canvas.. $130
Nude 8x10 oil on stretched canvas.... $85
Sunflowers 8x10 oil on stretched canvas $125
Bison on the Tall Grass 16x20 oil on canvas $195 SOLD!
Listening to Music Still Life oil on canvas 16x20 $195
Arkansas River in Colorado 9x11 oil on canvas $ $125
Sunday, March 22, 2020
This is how I am dealing with things. The good news is that I actually like my tornado dreams. They always involve a lot of drama of course, but always end with me finding a great hiding place to ride out the storm. I am usually a heroine who saves others along with myself. Let's hope this whole thing turns out the same. Stay safe out there folks.
Tuesday, March 10, 2020
6x6 oil painting on canvas. This was done earlier this year when the pear tree was covered with pears. A great excuse to hang out in the back yard. This painting is $150 and can be purchased directly from me. To visit my artist blog : http://margaretaycock.com
Tuesday, March 03, 2020
I think my favorite way to paint is small and quick and onsite. These were all painted on 8x10 canvases en plein aire in Oklahoma. The Flint River, Bird Creek, Chickasaw national Park and Spring Creek. Actually it is often hard to let go of these as they are like someone taking your favorite photograph of your favorite day out of your photo album. Fortunately the ones that are no longer with me have gone to good homes :-)