Friday, March 27, 2009

Thunder head cloud

I guess I spend so much time in the clouds, because the situation here on earth seems more elusive, then the ever changing skies. I turn on the news or pick up the paper and it is hard to make heads or tails as to what is going on in the world. All is turned upside down, flaunting your sexuality at any age is a good thing and believing in traditional marriage is a bad thing, you be the judge. I only know that in the topsy turvey world that we live in I can count on looking up every day and being totally calmed by our audacious sky.
This original oil painting is painted on a 9" x 12" gallery wrapped canvas, and continues on all four sides. Price $199

Friday, March 20, 2009

Fading Fay

This is the after effects of Hurricane Fay. I live in the Keys so the approach of a hurricane brings about all types of feelings, anticipation, concern, hours of preparing our homes, stocking up on food water and gas, the excitement and then the long wait. We were lucky that Fay was just enough of a hurricane to cause a small frenzy, but not enough of a hurricane to cause any major damage. What is most thrilling are the cloud formations, the feeder bands, and then the sun's rays as it peeks through the clouds as the hurricane heads out.
This oil painting is 20" x 14" price $499