Monthly Archives: May 2015

Marbles

The shiny and transparent objects fascinate me. I remember when I was little, I held my mothers jewelry against sunshine and was captivated by the lovely colors. I am sure that they were fashion jewelries but awfully beautiful. I still feel … Continue reading

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Sunday

  I started this painting this morning and finished it this afternoon. I will paint a small still life until outside becomes dark and switch to read a book. such a wonderful Sunday. 8″ x 16″ Canvas board Oil

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Inside or Outside

It is great to paint outside looking at wonder of nature. I can hear the birds singing and wind hitting my face. The painting becomes a reflection of what and how I feel while moving my brush. But reality is quite … Continue reading

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Nicholas Anokhin

Nicholas Anokhin is one of the artists I admire very much. Just looking at his painting I wonder into his world. His rich application of color, texture…well… just about everything is what I like to see in paintings.  When I was painting … Continue reading

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Early Morning at lake

The tropical storm brought a lot of rain this weekend and our backyard looks like a swamp. But the air is clear and nice. Definitely it is a beginning of the summer. We are sitting in the screened porch and enjoying … Continue reading

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David A. Leffel

David A. Leffel knows how to create beautiful images. He can manipulate oil medium like a magic. Some day I like to figure out his magic which he is generously explaining how to approach the solutions. Yet I am still standing in … Continue reading

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Loose and Tight

I painted these bottles before. It did not work out well. Probably because its dimensions were too big. This is a small painting and works much better. But I am sighing because I am trying to loose up a bit and ended … Continue reading

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