Category Archives: Animals
I don’t know why I don’t spend more time sketching portraits. I enjoy the process and marvel at the way the slightest tilt of eyebrow or corner of the mouth can thoroughly change the expression and character of a subject. … Continue reading
I’m challenging myself to create one pen & ink sketch every day for the month of October. “INKTOBER” is an annual challenge on the web that has thousands of participants. It is meant to train hand-eye coordination, improve sketching speed … Continue reading
My final painting for the 30 in 30 Challenge is this baby goat. Since I started the Challenge with a mama goat, perhaps this signifies that I have discovered that Painting is the Fountain of Youth! (Or that I’m regressing…) Seriously, … Continue reading
Back to working on my herd of goats today. This is Miss Zeal. She helps keep the weeds down in the vineyards at Navarro which is our favorite winery. She also contributes her milk to Navarro’s Penny Royal Cheese Creamery. She’s … Continue reading
This goat was an experiment. I played around with using white acrylic paint for the coat of the goat! More experimentation is called for… SOLD
These cheerful fellows spend a lot of time in my kitchen. Hunting for ants, no doubt. They’re more successful than I’d like! They were good models for a still life.
This really is a Goofy Goat. I was smiling the whole time I was painting her. Enough said! SOLD
Meet Caramel – she’s the fantasy friend of my neighbor’s real goats named Licorice and Toffee. I’m on a goat kick, making goat cheese in the kitchen and painting goat portraits in the studio. Who knows where this will lead?
I painted this monster of the deep for the Daily Paintworks challenge. The combination of burnt sienna and various turquoise blues appealed to me. I’m always sneaking those colors into my paintings!