This is from a photo I took earlier this month in San Fransisco late in the afternoon.
Going Home, 6 x 6, oil on panel
This is from a photo I took in my daughter's dance class last Fall. I seem to be avoiding faces!
Well, this is not a great photo, and now that I see it in this format I think I will go back and do a bit more work on it. Anyway, this is from a photo I took while we were in Mazatlan quite a few years ago. I love how you can peek into these courtyards through the iron gates.
Mazatlan, 6 x 6, oil on panel.
I took this photo a few years ago on the way back from Yosemite. It's a place our family would go when I was a kid. It was a tiny Colombian restaurant in the foothills near Cathay's Valley and they had the most wonderful steaks. But the best part was watching them serve coffee to my parents - from about 4 feet above the table!! Never spilled a drop.
Chibcha's, 6x6, oil on panel.
This is from a photo I took last Spring when we were exploring some of the Delta towns. I think it's Isleton. I just loved this funky old building with the red-orange balcony and turquoise trim. Some buildings were falling down or propped up with 2 by 4s, but this one had a nice bright coat of paint on the front.
"Isleton", 6 x 6, oil on panel
Aren't these just the cutest? So in case you haven't guessed, the theme for my second week of paintings is ballet!
Baby Steps, 8 x 10, oil on canvas panel.
I love painting ballet shoes. There is something about the satin, the ribbons, that creates such wonderful, subtle color. These need a little more work, but I am posting them anyway so I can get it done!
Slippers, 6 x 6, oil on panel
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