Friday, September 26, 2014

Too Many days to count! 22 to be exact!

"Satisfied", Acrylic, 12 x 24 canvas, Day 68 of the 100 Days

"Baby Turtle", Acrylic cigar box, Day 69

"Bubble Shell Minis"Acrylic 4 x4s Day 70

Mahi Mahi, Cigar box Acrylic Day 71

Pelican , Cigar Box Acrylic Day 72

Nautilus, Cigar Box, Acrylic Day 73

Redfish, Cigar Box, Acrylic Day 74

Starfish, Cigar Box, Acrylic, Day 75

My Point of view, Cigar Box, Acrylic, Day 76

Red Sky at Night, Acrylic 4 x 12 Canvas, Day 77

Great Grays, Cigar Box, Acrylic, Day 78

Surf Strut, 12 x 12 Acrylic on canvas, Day 79

Artichoke Study, 5 x 7, Acrylic on canvas Day 80

The path well Taken, 16 x 20 Acrylic on canvas Day 81
Painted with Scripts & Strokes class, based on Micah6:8 Walk Humbly with your God

Middle Bay 1885, 20 x 20 Acrylic on canvas, Day 82 

Bubble Shell, 12 x 12 Acrylic on canvas, Day 83

Turtle Walk Starfish, 12 x 12 Acrylic on canvas, Day 84

Starfish Study I, Acrylic on canvas 12 x 12, Day 85

Starfish Study II, Acrylic on canvas 12 x 12, Day 86

Starfish Study III, Acrylic on canvas 12 x 12, Day 87

Starfish Study IV, Acrylic on canvas 12 x 12, Day 88

At the Bottom of the Sea, Acrylic on canvas 15 x 30, Day 89
Finally caught up to today! This one has been done for a while although I tweaked it just a touch. It actually is intended to hang lengthwise as you can see from the name in the corner. I love painting them and will never tire of the lovely starfish. Starfish take me back to the Phillipines when I was little, my parents scuba diving below me and Tony in the Bonka Boat. One day, I saw a starfish on the bottom, and Tony free dove to retrieve it for me. It was the most glorious blue I had ever seen.We took it home and placed it in our ant bed to clean it out. Several weeks later, we dug up our treasures and I was disappointed to find my lovely catch was not even a hint of blue! I insisted in my childish mind, to paint it back to its original color. It graced my bedroom for many years. I think it may even be packed with my parents collection in the attic, Some day, I will dig all of them out, and properly display the shells for everyone to see again.

Fall show season begins this weekend with our first one in Daphne, Alabama. I am worried about the weather, but God has a plan.  I know he will take care of the crazy life we call art here in the Raccoon Retreat Studio.

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