Thursday, March 29, 2012

oil paintings, miniatures, and bigger art works


“In a song”


Parrot tulips16” by 20” “in a song”, painting with a flow style…done with mucho merengue and salsa music!!

The sun is calling love, love spring! and what is best to celebrated than with  flower paintings, from the garden blooming even the daylilies that where just accidentally planted in a corner are blooming! OH Joy! Have to take a picture to show you soon!  is such an amazing rush seeing that they are ok and growing, this weather has being a bliss, very busy gearing up for spring!  there so much to be done!

And finally the recent artworks finished and displayed, also took some time and decided to do a new video Coming soon!


Artwork sold! Red Abstract painting 16 by 20”


“Protected” Little fish in the anemone ACEO 2.5” by 3.5” miniature style











Miniature Style 2.5” by 3.5”story from Casey my dog, when she sees food she sorts of in a trance. “I got Smile) silly sense of humor” 


Giraffes 2.5” by 3.5”  “Mother’s love” it could also be “Father love”



Artwork sold! White peonies in bloom! 16” by 20”



Sushi ACEO 2.5 by 3.5” miniature style adding some of the things done during the painting process week of march 26…2012 .

This and other paintings can be found at

Would love to know your plans, for this upcoming spring! leave a  short comment, invite your friends, anything not necessarily has to be artsy,  although,.. that might help Smile so others can see, add a link to your blog. Thank you so much for taking the time and reading, Have a beautiful day! 

Saturday, March 3, 2012

Oil painting still life with tea pot


Titled: “Tea for one”


The artwork story should become part of who we are at all times, it gives more depth and meaning. From the tittle to the extra stroke you put in there, there’s got to be a meaning.  Art with out substance is “tasteless” so the art making goes beyond of just “I like to do it” or it “is my therapy” or “I am very good at it etc….

Since the beginning to an end, every artist has a story, and no artist is ever boring, we all have it and this should be enticing, even in what you might call your despair. If there’s a mystery or silent in your brush strokes from the materials you use to prime your canvas, the mixture of your darkest darks or any other feelings or attitudes you choose to create your art with.

“ We are story tellers” tell your story well…

Compelled your viewer to say this is meaningful this has substance, this is great and will love to have it!

Learn more about the history of this painting here: