This time, I interwove the layers. I love how it turned out!
My twenty-fifth sketch in this series! Two layers of web in this one, plus a ribbon with balls. I love the colors!
This is another painting in which the web may look like many layers but is all one piece.
The title of this painting is from one of my favorite stories about my husband. At his first Easter egg hunt, being quite little and new to this tradition, he found his first egg and declared, “I got my Easter egg!” He didn’t realize he was supposed to keep looking to acquire yet more eggs. This story is illustrative of the kind of person he is: never greedy, and always satisfied with just enough. 🙂
I started this one a while back; I may continue to work on it some more. I’m not really happy with the colors just yet.
I worked on this one and did the two below while at The Vortex last weekend for the East Austin Studio Tour. Come watch me work on more little pieces this weekend, and maybe buy one or two. These are $50.00 each, and I have about 40 little works on paper like this, plus some sketches for less and larger paintings for more. 🙂 Also, if there’s any painting of mine you’d like to see in person while visiting The Vortex, let me know which one, so I can bring it with me. I hope to see you there!
Here’s my latest little sketch, though perhaps it is more of the germ of an idea for some future work. This one is not typical of the work I am currently doing, but I love the goofiness!
I will be posting more new work as I get the images prepared for the web, so stay tuned.
I think I will have about 40-50 of these small works on paper for sale, as well as perhaps eight new oil paintings and about a dozen mini paintings this weekend and next at our location for the East Austin Studio Tour: The Vortex, 2307 Manor Road.