Western Meadowlark. The soon to be EX- Oregon State bird?
I completed them this week. They will be framed and available at my next market.
Sun in Western Oregon, oh my.
Yes. It was true. There was a bit of sun at the Saturday market and fun on sun today, Sunday. I got a bit of a burn to prove it.
Today’s farmers market was great. I had some new watercolors to show. I talked to lots of people, and a few went home with new original paintings! I like it hen people by original art – not just mine, by anyone.
My booth at Hillsboro-Orenco Station:
Santorini comes to the markets this weekend
By popular demand I am working on four new Santorini watercolors. Here is one.
I just posted to paintings in the Oregon Endangered Species series: Marbled Murrelet and Western Snowy Plover. They are 12 x 12 inches each.
The photo below shows the Streaked Horned Lark an Yellow-billed Cuckoo fresh off my easel. They are on my “drying wall”. I will photograph them after they have dried a little. They are also 12 x 12 inches.
If one listens, one can hear things talking. People, animals, plants, houses, everything. I listen and I paint what they say.
ON my easel
Well, nothing at the moment. Nut this one was there yesterday. I am working on several projects so this one got swapped out for a couple of days. This is from my figurative project. It’s the only glimpse you will have for awhile. I have already finished one and have a ew more to go!