I have been working up a series of funny bunny paintings that I can also use for repeating patterns. I’m fond of the two cats floating in the poppies and the Egyptian styled leaves on the lower right.
6″ x 6″ Ink and Watercolor on Aquabord $100.
Do you remember the song “You Were Made for Me” by Freddie and The Dreamers.
I remember the silly little movement 5′ 3″ tall Freddy Garrity would do as he sang.
He and the band kicked back their legs like they were skipping in place. Quite the signature movement added to their performance. If you don’t remember, you might get a kick out of watching this video.
These two know they were made for each other.
This is a 7″ x 5″ Ink and Watercolor on Aqua Bord $150.
This is a commission of cats in a sail boat that I did for Captain Susan Smith. I wasn’t sure what a coracle was but she responded to my proposal drawing with “Cats in Coracle” so I took that to mean it was a go. I looked up coracle and found it to be an ancient round craft used in Wales. In case you have any doubt, here is an image of a coracle. I know my boat is leisurely drifting.
And thinking of commissions, this is a great time of year to order a painting for a holiday gift. I still have time to get a few more in. Just email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
It’s that time again to make the quince paste and quince jam. I am going to try out a crock pot for the paste. Right now the house smells heavenly from 20 pounds of cooking quince.