Monthly Archives: October 2014

October 22: Fall Fireworks

What does “HONEY BADGER DON’T CARE” have to do with painting watercolors? Check out my most recent post on DaneArt to find out! Continue reading

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October 13: Popular Lady

This little lady turned out to be very popular. She was accidentally sold twice! Find out more at DaneArt’s October 13th post. Continue reading

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October 12: One Sneaker, One Boot

When you’re two, putting on your own shoes is a big accomplishment.  This little girl told me all about it … in German … which I don’t speak.  There was no mistaking her pride though, and I cherish the moment. … Continue reading

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October 8: Color of Fall

The Daily Paintworks Challenge for this week is “Fall Color”.  Unfortunately, here in California, it is still summer. We are having ninety degree days.   The leaves will eventually turn, but not until the end of October or mid-November!  So I … Continue reading

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October 4: Collision & Intensity

                  I took a few days off after the 30 Paintings in 30 days Challenge.  I had to unbury my desk, the house and the refrigerator… if you get my drift. The … Continue reading

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October 1: Sixteen in Thirty

I confess I’m amazed that I managed to paint, photograph, comment upon, and post (to Leslie Saeta’s Challenge page, my DaneArt Blog and my DaneArt FaceBook Page) THIRTY PAINTINGS in thirty days.  Just typing that sentence was exhausting!  My plan … Continue reading

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September 30: Goatlette

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

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