The Pool of Time

(early experiments with my photography using Photoshop) There is a rerun on Netflix of an old television series called “Friday Night Lights” about football games played in a small town; the dramas around the coach, his family, high school teenagers, and others in the community.  It seems so familiar to the way I grew up.Continue reading “The Pool of Time”

Isolation

Back in March when isolation really began for the Pandemic, I had been visiting my husband in a nursing home almost every day.  When visiting became a threat to the safety of the residents, I could no longer visit, except to wave at him from a distance, or see him through the glass window inContinue reading “Isolation”

Hearts

Our art group occasionally suggests a project for the group.  With Valentine’s Day approaching, Barbara suggested “Hearts.”  No one has ever accused me of being overly sweet or sentimental, so I greeted this idea with some skepticism and a slight hint of rebellion.  However, on contemplation and with a desire to be a good sport,Continue reading “Hearts”

Rabbit Emotions

Are you ready to see more Rabbit Art?  I looked over my collection and decided that some of them are very appropriate to the times.  RABBIT RAGE isn’t a very nice painting, but it may convey some of what I feel about the man who has been furiously tweeting from the white house for theContinue reading “Rabbit Emotions”

Rabbits and Bunnies

I refuse to be labeled as “the rabbit artist”, but that’s what I have become. I hate cutesy objects, and yet, I must have been drawn, for some unknown reason, to the little child’s bunny pull-toy at the estate sale. Furthermore, why did I choose the larger rabbit holding the pail and carrot, with thatContinue reading “Rabbits and Bunnies”

I’m Fine. How are You?

“I’m Fine. How are You?” is an oil painting done on a 36″x 36″ canvas, based on a photo I did of myself for a calendar poster called, “Premenstrual Syndrome”.  (That’s another story we will save for later.) The Ten Women in Art, a group of which I was a member, was asked to doContinue reading “I’m Fine. How are You?”