Monthly Archives: April 2012

Scarlet Tanager – watercolor painting

This is the female Scarlet Tanager found in wooded areas of the Eastern United States. A song bird like the Cardinal feeding on worms, bugs nut and berries.Watercolor – 10″x8″    available at

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg – corel painting

I painted my drawing of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg with my COREL paint program and made a few changes to her costume, then superimposed her onto a copy of the U.S. Constitution for effect. I think it turned out … Continue reading

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Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsgurg – pencil sketch

Supreme Court Justice Ginsburg is certainly the most liberal justice on the bench but, I like her face. She looks like Cruella de Ville from the Disney cartoon “One Hundred And One Dalmations”. Now that’s a character, not a very nice one but … Continue reading

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1936 Ford Coupe – oil painting

This is a 1936 Ford Coupe. The cost of this car at the time was $600, the average income was $1600.00 per year, a loaf of bread cost 8 cents, a gallon of milk was 48 cents, gasoline was 19 … Continue reading

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I rarely post stuff from other web sites but this article gave me some insight and thought it might help other artists struggling with color. I remember years ago realizing that my colors were more muted or subdued than I … Continue reading

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Western Bluebird

This is a 7″x5″ watercolor on Arches 140lb. paper  Check out my Etsy shop at

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