Friday, February 26, 2016

WILDFLOWERS AND FARM BUILDINGS 9 X 12

I'm  often attracted to farm buildings as a subject for paintings. I grew up on a farm, and  have always lived in rural farm areas, and small towns in farm country. Today I am blessed to live in a farming area, at the end of a drive that winds through a woodlot, where my home sits on a wooded ridge overlooking a small lake. Blessed indeed.

Wednesday, February 24, 2016

Saturday, February 20, 2016

PARFREY'S GLEN 18 X 14

A very beautiful and popular location in Wisconsin. I have not been able to capture in the photo the colors that are in the painting.   

Wednesday, February 17, 2016

SUMMER FIELDS AND CLOUDS 19 X 25

Rolling hills and clouds, two of my favorite subjects. There is just a peek at a farm in the distance and a summer shower.

Tuesday, February 9, 2016

AUTUMN LIGHT ALONG THE RIVER 12 x 18

Remembering a day spent with my son and husband while they fished and I painted. A painting like this is personal, so though it might not be a masterpiece it is special to me.

Sunday, December 27, 2015

STUDIO 'FLAT' FILE

For my artists friends that might need extra storage in their studios, plus a work surface, I wanted to show you the "flat" file storage I made using IKEA products. This is an easy and inexpensive way to create open shelves for flat storage. The shelves are 39" x 24" and separated by 6" legs and one set of 4" legs. The five shelves with 4 sets of 6" legs and one set of 4" legs create a total height of 35".
The shelves are Linnmon table tops that IKEA sells for $14 each. The legs are Capita adjustable legs. The 6" adjustable legs sell for $14 for four and the 4" sell for $12 for four. The added bonus is that this is a very portable, light weight system. Also the table tops come in other sizes, and more shelves could be added. I configured this to add up to the total height I wanted for a work surface.

Wednesday, December 23, 2015

THANK YOU!

Wishing you a Merry Christmas
and a Happy, Healthy 2016.

As the year draws to a close I am reminded of how thankful I am to God who gives me the ability and for those who have supported and encouraged me and critiqued and taught me.
Your support and patronage through the years is what has made this journey possible.



Patrons of the Arts 15 x 18 

I don't often paint the figure, and even though this painting was done several years ago it seemed to go nicely with what I wanted to say. This lovely couple, enjoying a day at the Milwaukee Art Museum, walking in sync; holding hands; swaying to and fro as if they had walked side-by-side for many years, and no doubt they had.


To the patrons of my art and to all patrons of the arts - THANK YOU for your support. 
~Susan~