INSTALLATIONS

A recent project . . . 
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Three cradled birch panels were combined to make a 6 1/2’ x 9’ panel for this painting. It took four men to move it and mount it on the wall.
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Once the panel was mounted I began painting it in place. 
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Deciding where each animal should go. Rough animal sketches were rearranged again and again (and again) until I was happy with their placement.
 
Finally got to color. I used small squares of painted paper to arrange my color before I applied color.
That's my practice painting on the floor.
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The finished painting. All the wildlife that we see in Wyoming is represented. Plus our grandson, my cat, and a cross. All the things we hold dear. 
 
More . . . 
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One of my floral paintings in the window of the Jack Meier Gallery. I remember driving around our neighborhood collecting magnolias to use as props for the magnolia series. 4’ x 6’ oil on canvas. Sold.
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A 48" x 60" painting with Texas Wildlife. Oil and acrylic. I have printed this design on some of my products. 
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3’ x 3’ Oil on panel “Blossoms”. This is a bright painting for Spring 2019. I used the design on many of my products.
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24” x 30” oil on canvas. I drove past this little farm house every time I visited my parents. One day I stopped and took photos so I could paint it.