More 6×6 acrylic paintings. Enjoy
Hello every one It has been a while since my last blog It has been a very busy summer . I have just finished 10 illustrations for a children’s book and I hope it will be out later this year . This the fourth book in the series for author Carolyn Morris and the Railfence Bunch if interested you can check it out at railfencebooks.com. I have also been doing several commissions and now I am starting to paint small miniature paintings 6×6 here are a few I have completed and will attempt to download them. They are all of the Georgian Bay Ontario area hope you like them.
We have had a cold April this year about three weeks ago I do a little walk arround our property as I passed by our pond there was these bull rushes in ice with a snow build up around their base. I loved the way the ice, snow and the bull rushes worked together to form and interesting composition.
This is acrylic on 18x 14 gallery style canvas
It’s been a while since my last post I have been busy illustrating my third children’s book and have just sent it on to the author. so it back to painting.
We still have winter up in this neck of the woods with below normal temperatures and lots of snow. This painting was done form a photo I took about a week ago in the evening.
16×20 acrylic on gallery style canvas.
I was working on this painting for a charity event for Arts on Ten Flesherton, it was to be for a silent auction. Then on the radio came the news of the Paris terrorist attack and I stopped painting.
My paintings are usually of country scenes and quiet moments but I could not finish this painting the way it was supposed to be. I’m not sure if this painting will go anywhere but on the internet but I don”t want to do another copy for the charity.
Here it is I call it then Paris happened.
I love this time of year where we live, the colours in the fall along with great skies make this a great time for paintings unfortunately the colourful leaves do not last long especially after a strong wind . At this time in Nov. all the leaves are off the trees.
This is a 16×20 acrylic on a gallery style canvas titled Country Road in the Fall.