Monthly Archives: May 2014
My Spring garden is bursting with color. Here’s the proof! I was captivated by the sunlight shining through the flowers and the turquoise canning jar.
The turquoise tracery on this teacup is fancy without being over the top. The handle is definitely over the top though! This is one of my favorite teacups to drink from because it holds more than just a few sips. … Continue reading
Stevenson’s Bridge connects the counties of Solano and Yolo. With her graceful arches and graffiti, she’s like a Grande Dame covered with tats! This is the forth painting in my Stevenson’s Bridge series. You can view the others in my Daily Paintworks Gallery (see Link … Continue reading
I painted a series of teacups back in 2009 (was it really that long ago?!) It’s fun to look at them again so I’ve decided to start posting “Throw Back Thursday”(TBT) paintings to bring back some of my favorite “oldies”. This particular … Continue reading
We went to the Mendocino Coast to escape from the evil pollens of May for a few days. We were treated to howling winds, chilling temperatures and misty rain – loved it! We stayed at the Point Cabrillo Lighthouse which … Continue reading
I have drifts of these Iris in my yard thanks to my Mom who gave me a few plants years ago. HAPPY MOTHER’S DAY MOM!