Auburn Painting

War Eagle!  Today is Iron Bowl day for my Auburn Tigers so this painting is more appropriate as it pokes fun AND celebrates Auburn's heritage in agriculture. "Cow College" is what we are called by that other school.  That is the name of this piece as it also portrays our awesome stadium and Samford Hall.  It is a large painting--30x40, Oil on Canvas.  I will be an Auburn fan till the cows come home!  If interested in this piece, please email me and let me know!  SOLD Only giclee prints available.  Please inquire about sizes and prices.


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As some of you realized yesterday, it pays to be a "follower" of my blogs!  Yes, you may follow my blog, but are you enlisted on the sidebar over there?  Add yourself today, and see how the rewards will be wonderful!  They may bring you free things, discounted things or plain ol' good info.  Just sign on and see...


Special For my Blog Followers!

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Come to tonight's Wine & Paint Night for only $20!
Theme: Shoes!
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Yes! There are rewards for those who pay attention to my blog,
no matter how random and silly it may seem at times. ;)
Hint: Become a follower today and catch the next surprise!
If you are a lucky follower today, then just call the studio to hold your spot for tonight's Wine & Paint, and you can pay when you come. Can't wait!


New Encaustics!

I'm leaving for St. Paul, MN next week for an Art Show at Claire Kayser's gallery--my twin sister!  Can't wait!  I finished a couple of encaustic pieces today to ship up there tomorrow.  They are very rich in texture and vibrant color.  They will be available there in St. Paul.  So if you're around the area--come by and see all the artists' work!  There are about 7 of us showing--sure to be a feast for the eyes!

"Filthy Red", Encaustic on Cradled Clayboard (2"), 10x10 SOLD

"Crab Legs," Encaustic on Cradled Clayboard (2"), 10x10
(the piece doesn't have a dark border around it--just the photo)

"Hors D'oeuvres" Acrylic on Canvas, 18x18 $595 SOLD

I'm taking one more painting to St. Paul that is not encaustic, but acrylic on canvas...