Painting in Oil
When this "popped" up on the computer screen, it REALLY popped!!!! Took my breath away - it's WONDERFUL!
Thank you, Debbie - it was such fun to paint!
It's awsome, I like him!
I'm a first time visitor and am really impressed with your talent and ability to paint so many different subjects so well! Not just your draftsmanship but all the vitality you convey. Also loved reading your commentaries and seeing your copies of masters' paintings . . . this vision of Santa is really fun!
I, too, am a first timer to your blog. I love the action and movement in your work. I've even seen one of your paintings "in the flesh" so to speak. I live in Nashville and visited the American Impressionist Society Exhibit at Richland twice!So glad I found you.
Hi, Sylvaine. It seems that Santa has the ability to gracefully deal with just about any circumstance!Thank you for your kind words, Lorraine. I grealy appreciate that you stopped by and took the time to comment on my work. Hi, Shirley - oh, I envy you for being able to see the American Impressionist show in person. I wanted to go this year when my painting was accepted but could not make it. I had to be content with seeing the show online but I know that photos don't even come close to seeing the real works. I hope you enjoyed After the Race - I was delighted to participate in that show!
Wow, just awesome!!!! Made me smile when I saw it. Plus I love the way you accurately depicted the horse... ok the zebra. Wonderful!!!
lol - yes, the purple and golden zebra - he and Santa make quite a pair. Thanks for stopping by and commenting Gretchen!
Wow, this is over the top and crazy wonderful! I also like the PDF idea with all the art. I never heard of e-blast either. I wish my galleries would do something like that. Sometimes I think they just sit there and do nothing to promote themselves or us.
Your comments are welcome and brighten my day!