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I painted this angel as part of a three painting series. This was the second. I’ve always liked the elongated neck and the off-center placement. Advertisements
16×20 Dirty Winged Angel. Acrylic on art board. Heavily applied acrylic paint for the wings giving thick/fluffy/dirty appearance. Framed.
24×24 – Angel with Stars Second so far in my new “Angel Series”. More to come soon…..
24×24 – Tired Angel This is the first in a new series I’ve started. I’ve needed lots of angels lately, so this was an appropriate start in the series. I’m hoping for 8-10 angels in this series, but who knows……
Screaming To The Mountains – 10×12 acrylic on art board and framed. A sensitive subject for me to paint. This painting depicts a mother holding a child and not letting the male in the background be with the child. Obviously, … Continue reading
Eyelashes 12×8 Acrylic on stretched canvas
Song of Solomon 11×14 Acrylic on stretched canvas Another in a series of paintings inspired by our church pastor. We did a 2 month long series discussing what the Bible says about relationships, love and sex. This painting was the … Continue reading
20×24 acrylic on stretched canvas, unframed. Completed in the summer of 2008.