0915 Still Life Green 12x12
0915 Still Life Green 12x12
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0349 Lemons on Blue 13x16
0349 Lemons on Blue 13x16
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0621 Pot Towels 9x12
0621 Pot Towels 9x12
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0350 Cup Plate Pear 13x16
0350 Cup Plate Pear 13x16
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0119 Oranges 2 Lemons 12x16
0119 Oranges 2 Lemons 12x16
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0343 Pears Leaning 13x16
0343 Pears Leaning 13x16
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0134 Still Life Vegetables 30x30
0134 Still Life Vegetables 30x30
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0117 Mugs Lemon 12x16
0117 Mugs Lemon 12x16
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0857 Wine And Roses 10x10
0857 Wine And Roses 10x10
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0637 Watering Can 18x18
0637 Watering Can 18x18
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0917 Wine and Brushes 12x9
0917 Wine and Brushes 12x9
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0620 Garden Tools 9x12
0620 Garden Tools 9x12
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0836 Fruits sur la Verte 12x12
0836 Fruits sur la Verte 12x12
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0949 Flowers Naples Market 10x10
0949 Flowers Naples Market 10x10
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0872 Flower Basket 12x12
0872 Flower Basket 12x12
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We never have a chance to see a painting until it is hanging on the wall of a gallery when, with a glass of red wine in one hand and a piece of brie in the other, we stop just long enough to wonder if we could possibly pass up the latest IPad to buy it.  ◊◊◊  If you aspire to be an artist or have done a few paintings yourself, then how it’s done is a huge issue.  ◊◊◊  I don’t mean to suggest that I do them all exactly the same way but they all do start in my head and work their way out through my hands and pencils and brushes onto a canvas. Some have not yet made it to the canvas. I start a lot more than I finish. I often start with a photograph. During the process, I do many sketches in pen or pencil, I scan them into my Photoshop program and play with the color, I may paint the canvas Cadmium Red Light or Burnt Sienna before I start. Now the painting on canvas is ready to begin. Accomplished fine art painter.