“Winter Hay”, this is a Small painting, 6″x 8″ oil on canvas panel, SOLD
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Howdy! Today, beginning in the morning of December 19th, is studio tour day for most of the members of the
Daily Painters website. My virtual tour is unrehearsed as I have not had time to do more than half unpack from our trip back to Texas from Martha’s Vineyard last week.
If you look closely you will find my favorite studio mate at attention. Kitts adopted us when we first moved here. She likes to live under the house when we are away, which is where we found her when we first moved in. But when home, I let her rule the studio, enjoy the warmth and have special dining priviledges. In return, house, studio, garage and yard are mouse and snake free. She’s our hero!
This is where my small paintings dry and are stored along with extra paints and blank painting panels.
The old bunk house kitchen is now the shipping and cleaning headquarters.
Here is Kitts’ favorite corner of the studio. It is complete with pillows and warmth with two south facing windows to look out at the cattle and the barn when needed. Also, it is the purrrfect spot to keep a close watch on me as I fling paint about the place.
Well, that’s the tour at our studio. Check out some of the other, possibly 125 other, studios at Daily Painters website. Hope you enjoyed the visit! I’ll be back to Texas subject matter and/or still lifes for tomorrow’s posting. Adios! -Thaw
“The Queen Rose”, this is a Large painting, 39.75″x 39.75″ oil on canvas, SOLD
This is one of my large flower series paintings. I usually do 1 or 2 per year… “The Queen Rose” was painted in a straight, direct painting style as opposed to my pointillist style.