Monthly Archives: July 2016

Lazy Day

It is a hot day. I can see so many of beautiful bougainvillea flowers are moving by gentle wind just outside of my window. I feel very lazy. 12.5″ x 7″ Acrylic on Watercolor Board If you are interested in … Continue reading

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Dancing Trees

I love drawing. When I draw, the only things I need to pay attentions are the location of a focal point or points, contrast, and edges. So I can simply enjoy the act of drawing. It is fun not thinking so … Continue reading

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Summer Evening

  The subdivision we live is surrounded by the woody walk way. We enjoy walking through the nice greens with our dogs. It is almost a half mile. The distance is perfect for us and our old dog.  This is the … Continue reading

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Shadow Play

I found this image which I painted a long time ago. This small image is a prototype for the larger one you see at the top of this blog. I really like to draw and paint extremely long in horizontal … Continue reading

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Summer weather

Yesterday I went to the nearby lake to take some photographs because the cloud was so beautiful. I walked around, took so many photographs and exchanged greetings with the ducks. When I came home and tried to see them on … Continue reading

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Moon Night

When I saw a strange looking tree in Mempkin Abby, I thought that a moon will be nice in its background. The moonlight and myself, I need to write a haiku.

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Lilac Farm

Judy goes to everywhere. I am very envious about her “Let’s go” business. If I go to a half of the places she goes, I will have more than enough images to paint in my life time. This painting is … Continue reading

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