Friday, July 23, 2010

WooHoooo! A Mule A Day has reached 50 paintings!

Thank you all for following my A Mule A Day paintings. I have now reached 50 paintings and I am continuing on. You can follow this series on

All paintings are listed in my Etsy store.

I am still taking commissions. If you have a mule you would like to immortalize, please email me

Thank you all for making this such a success.

Thursday, June 10, 2010

A Mule A Day Paintings

I have begun a series of mule paintings, a new one each day. While I am doing this, I will be leaving this blog and concentrating on my Mule A Day Paintings blog.
Please come visit my new blog and see what great creatures these mules can be, from comical, to serious, to fun loving, to......well, just come by and take a peek!, become a follower and see the new ones as they are posted!

Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Silent Auction!!!! Queen Triggerfish.

NOTE: Silent auction!!! My art has developed over the years into Western. Before settling into a specific genre I did many subjects which no longer fit into my current subjects. Therefore I am offering several at highly discounted prices.

The first is my Queen Triggerfish. 11x14 Acrylic on hardboard, to be purchased unframed.

Starting bid is $50 plus shipping.

If you are interested, please email me ( your desired purchase price. Bidding will end June 15. Thank you!!!

Sunday, April 11, 2010

Carhart and Blondie, or Fuzzy Butts, a new painting!

18x24, acrylic on canvas, this new painting will also be going with me to Oklahoma City Festival of the Arts, April 20-25, space 26D. This is from a reference photo taken by Patti Barrett who graciously gave me permission to paint from it.
If you would like more info on this painting, please contact me at

Thursday, April 8, 2010

"Bestfriends", a new acrylic painting

This is 19x21 acrylic on hardboard and will be going with me to the Oklahoma City Festival of the Arts April 20-25. It will be for sale there as well as on my site. If you cannot get to the Arts Festival, drop me a line with any questions you may have about this painting.

Friday, April 2, 2010

Come see my paintings and vote for your favorite!!!

"Dog Gonn-it Art Exhibit "The Canine Art Guild is five years old!"

"From our humble beginnings with a few dozen artists in 2005, our ranks have grown to include over 100 talented individuals from around the world. The Canine Art Guild is growing up, and to celebrate milestone birthday #5, we proudly present a collection of artworks sized 5" square. "Dog-Gonn It!" but time flies when you're having fun. We invite you to browse the art, choose a favorite, and then tell a friend about the show. Cast your vote for the People's Choice award."

I have 3 paintings entered into the show. Come see everyone's and then vote for the one you like the best.
My three are for sale. If you are interested, please drop me an email at

Monday, February 1, 2010

"me & my shadow", acrylic painting

While at the Southwest Arts Festival, I painted my latest acrylic painting. It is titled "me & my shadow"..... A cute little boy checking out his own shadow, waiting for it to do something....

If you wish to purchase this painting, please contact me via email. It is 11x14, acrylic on hardboard and can be purchased with or without the frame.

I wish to thank all those who stopped by my booth at the arts festival I loved meeting you and want to especially thank those who purchased paintings and those who want commissions. Wow! What a great experience this arts festival was. Couldn't ask for nicer people.

Friday, January 15, 2010

Southwest Arts Festival, Indio, CA

I have been invited to show my acrylic paintings at the Southwest Arts Festival, Indio, California, on January 29-31, 2010. I would love to meet you! If you are in the area, come by and say Hi!!

Don't forget Valentine's Day!!!

My H'Art of the West heart rings (see below) were a huge success as great stocking stuffers for Christmas. They will make great gifts for Valentine's Day as well. Order this week and get them in time for Valentine's day!! Order buttons are below each ring in the prior H'Art of the West blog entries.