Thursday, April 26, 2012

Still Flowing

"He who postpones the hour of living is like the rustic who waits for the river to run out before he crosses."
This is the Pecos River just outside of Roswell, NM. My friend in New Mexico couldn't believe I wanted to stop and take pictures of the Pecos River. The light was perfect with the sky casting a silvery glow over the water. The river is calm here, as if conserving it's energy to finish it's course through the desert.
pastel on paper 8x8 (size is approximate)
$110.00 unframed +tax and shipping

Tuesday, April 24, 2012

All in a Row

This is more Vinalhaven, Maine houses, all in a row. I love the spaces between the houses and how the houses are so close together. This creates such wonderful shadows and light.
pastel on paper 5 x 5 approx.
$110.00 unframed + tax and shipping

Sunday, April 22, 2012

Mostly Blue

I think this is the last of the bluebonnets until next year. Spring in Texas is already coming to a close just as it is beginning in other parts of the world. The cool blues and greens are so refreshing.
pastel on paper 5 x 5.
$110.00 unframed + tax and shipping 

Friday, April 6, 2012

Field of Dreams

Perhaps a true Texan's heart is really blue. As a "born and raised" Texan, bluebonnets will always inspire a special pride in my heart. It is an annual event to view the bluebonnet fields around Texas. This year the display is more spectacular than usual. Even the drought of 2011 didn't dampen the display. Texans wait with great anticipation each year for the happy blue lupines to show their lovely faces. News spreads quickly of the fields of dreams where families appear in droves to photograph the kids, dogs, mom, dad, and grandparents all dressed in their Sunday best.
unframed pastel on paper 8x8 inches(approx size)
$110.00 unframed + tax and shipping