Monthly Archives: April 2008

Velour Paper

I get my wonderful velour paper from New York City Central Supply in NYC. Their phone number is 1-800-950-6111. I only use three colors: beige, light blue and light gray. They have a couple of brands of velour and it … Continue reading

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Follow Your Heart

“Listen carefully to first criticisms of your work. Know just what it is about your work the critics don’t like — then cultivate it. That’s the part of your work that’s individual and worth keeping.” Jean Cocteau This quote makes … Continue reading

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Taking A Break

In Their Innocence and Wisdom “In their innocence and wisdom, in their connection to the earth and its most ancient rhythms, animals show us a way back to a home they have never left.” Susan Chernak MacElroy From ‘Animals as … Continue reading

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Afternoon Drink

We hope to feature many “Stories Behind the Paintings” for you! Here is the first: Afternoon Drink – “This is my favorite mare to paint. I know, shocking isn’t it?! I almost always paint stallions… She has incredible markings, is very sweet, … Continue reading

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Afternoon Hideaway

“I love this painting and that is very rare for me to finish one and feel that way about it to the point of wanting to keep it. This wolf must be safe on a couple of levels. First of … Continue reading

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Pastels Reign!!

I’ve had this license plate for so many years – almost 20. I got it when I bought my second sports car with money from my art. It’s been my little personal thing that makes me smile as I move … Continue reading

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