Wednesday, June 29, 2011
The Chosen is a departure from my usual paintings. I began drawing women in dresses and ballgowns in the fourth grade, when my dream of being a fashion designer first began. My first year of college that notion was dispelled when I learned I had to embrace home furnishings in the mix, and learn how to tell a Louis the XIV chair from a chaise lounge. This was a fun painting, and I drew on my watercolor background to lay in a nice soft background, reminiscent of the flowers of the Dallas Arboretum.
Sunday, June 19, 2011
|Early Morning in the Garden|
8 x 10
oil on linen board
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Sunday, June 12, 2011
This is one of my early portraits of Sam McMahon. He is still smiling but is 4 years old wearing a Batman shirt, coozies on his wrists and a towel pinned to his shirt! He won't hold still long enough for me to snap his photo!!
Friday, June 10, 2011
This little 6" x 8" oil is on a Raymar cotton panel. I was digging through some of my husband's stuff and found his wool YMCA baseball cap and baseball from years ago. Maybe this painting will bring back some memories for you as you look at it. It was a fun little piece to do....although I seem to enjoy painting on large canvases. Thanks for viewing this blog, and have an artful day! Kay
Tuesday, June 7, 2011
Shower Cap Lady with Pomeranian, 30 x 24
by Sharon Hodges
One of my craziest friends cannot survive without chocolate, a shower cap, and her pomeranian...and not necessarily in that order. She knows who she is!
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Sunday, June 5, 2011
This little guy was sunning for the first time and his Nanny put this cute hat on this precious baby. He just looked so content sitting there like a little Buddah !! He is definitely a waterbaby. Well now he is 3 or 4 years old and I bet he still loves the water. I know his momma loved the painting.
Saturday, June 4, 2011
Cowboy Up is a 24" x 24" oil on gallery wrap canvas. This painting was inspired by a trip to a horse show in Gainesville, Texas that my nephew, Casey Settles was in. He was getting his chaps on getting ready to ride. I liked the clean lines in his hat. I gave him the painting, and it is now hanging in my sister's home in Illinois. Thanks for viewing this blog!