Archive for October 2007

What’s in your Pear Tree?

“In a Pear Tree”Oil on Board, 11×14 This a new painting – still wet actually. Signed it today. I wonder if I am finished? An artist signs the painting when they want it to be finished – not necessarily when it is. I’ll give it a couple of days to see.

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Alikreukel

“Alikreukel” Oil on Board, 5×7 This is a shell I picked up on the beach in Africa. I was there visiting my father in 1980. Here’s a little more info on the shell: Alikreukel, also known as the giant periwinkle, common name for a large marine snail that inhabits shallow waters around the coast of…

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Painting Lake Murray

“Rolling In” Oil on Canvas click to enlarge “Clear as a Bell”Oil on Canvasclick to enlarge Hi All. I am getting ready for a really nice show on November 3. One of my patrons is hosting a show for me at her lake home – and she’s a gourmet. Should be fun!! Here are a…

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Saluda Sunday

“Falling for the Saluda” Oil on Canvas, 12×16click to enlarge Here I am at Saluda Shoals Park this past Sunday.The weather is perfect for painting “en plein air.”I hope to do more of it in my spare time! Ha!It feels so good to paint outside.

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White on White

“White on White” demo Oil on Canvas, 8×8 Collection of Laura Schoonover My students challenged me to teach them about painting white objects. I enjoyed doing this little painting for them. To see more about what we do at Corley Mill Art Studio, check out the website. The link is to the right.

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Fair Weather Paintings

“A Slice of the Saluda” Oil on Canvas, 25×8, Gallery Wrap $350 “Riverbank” Oil on Canvas, 21×8.5, Gallery Wrap $250 What a gift from the Saluda Shoals Foundation. Artists were invited last Sunday to come to Saluda Shoals Park to create art for the public. There were many artists participating and many folks came out…

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Back from Atalaya Art Festival

Atalaya Art Festival http://www.scprt.com/state-park-service/atalayafestivalartists.aspx Atalaya Castle at Huntington Beach State Parkbuilt by Archer and Anna Hyatt Huntington founders of Brookgreen Gardens They put artists in each of the rooms and throughout the courtyard. Here’s our booth. It was a great trip. Each morning I walked through the marsh. and the beach. Got LOTS of good…

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