Monthly Archives: May 2013

Justified – Timothy Olyphant Portrait

‘Justified’ is one of my favorite T.V. drama shows. There’s just something about a bad-ass good guy chasing the bad guys and kicking butt. If you haven’t watched the show, you might want to check it out.

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Portrait Studies in May

Results of my work at David Lobenbergs watercolor portrait workshop. Much learned about color, hues and values. A great time was had by all.

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Benghazi won’t let go

I posted this cartoon last October but I knew that wasn’t the end of it. I will never understand why Hillary and the whole Obama administration had to lie about the attack and death of our diplomats in Benghazi.

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Noah – watercolor portrait

I’ve been inspired by my watercolor teacher David Lobenberg to try my hand at portrait painting. After struggling with three botched attempts I started analysing the colors and values of his portraits. Then I took a look at John Singer … Continue reading

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Little House in Davis

This is a little house in Davis, Ca. I painted en plien air last year during the Davis plien air competition. 8″X10″ oil on canvs panel. If you’d like to own this nice little urban landscape to hang on your … Continue reading

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