"Black and Gray", 24" x 24", Acrylic on Canvas
Every once in a while I get in a neutral painting mode. I pull out my black and white paint and just start painting. It's not my natural comfort zone. Because I love color. So I am not sure about this one. Hmmm. I need to ponder it a bit.
"Pastel Sunrise", 24" x 48", Acrylic on canvas
T-5. But who is counting, right? Hahaha.
"A Perfect Day at the Beach", 36" x 36", Acrylic on Canvas
Day Twenty. That means we are two thirds done. And it's downhill from today on. Take a minute to stop and think about what you want to accomplish in the next ten days. And change you plan if you need to so you can really paint something special.
"A Foggy Day at the Beach", 24" x 24", Acrylic on Canvas
I am still in Texas but heading home tomorrow. And that's a good thing since I only have one more painting left to post! I will be back in the studio early on Thursday, that's for sure!
"Rainbow Skies", 36" x 36", acrylic on canvas.
I am exhausted but still managing to post a painting every day. This is harder than I remember! How is it going for all of you?
"Rainbow in the Sky", 36" x 36", Acrylic on canvas.
I haven't painted too many abstracts with a diagonal pattern. But I love how this turned out. I just might have to try it again.
"Fog on the Beach", 24" x 24", Acrylic on canvas.
I am not sure why this photo is so blurry but I am too tired to retake it! I promise it looks much better than this in person. Hahahaha.
"Reflections on the Water", 36" x 36", Acrylic on Canvas
So half of thirty is fifteen. Which means we are halfway done!
See, it hasn't been that bad, right?
"Waves and the Sand", 36" x 36", Acrylic on Canvas
We are almost halfway done. I am so happy. This has been so amazing. How is it going for you?
"Walking in the Sand", 36" x 36", Acrylic on Canvas
Today is a fun day in our family. My husband and I are celebrating our 32nd anniversary. It's amazing that it has been that long but I must say, it has been wonderful! I painted a head so that I don't have to worry about finishing a painting tomorrow'