Saturday, November 28, 2009

More Cows


More small ( 9x12...just in time for x-mas) cow paintings. I'm running out of cow titles...any suggestions?? Not quite finished these two. Just a few details to work on.

Thursday, November 26, 2009

The Rose


Acryic on canvas 24x36
I stopped myself from over working this one as I really liked the feel I was achieving, and didn't want to ruin it. It took a lot of willpower to step away. These are not the colors I had intended. Please click on the image for full view to see the texture.

Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Saturday, November 21, 2009

Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Rocky Mountain View

acrylic 18x24.
I'm testing a new Networking application from facebook...not sure how it works or if I'm doing it right...but this should appear on my fan page. Wish I was more computer savvy*sigh*

Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Running Free

large 30x40 acrylic
I have started a page on facebook to display my work and maybe have some discussions etc. Click on the widget to the right to see and join if you like

Friday, November 13, 2009

Pecking order


 I may have to live with this one awhile...not sure it works for me. Large 30x40

Thursday, November 5, 2009

Porcelaine Equine Jewellry

Taking a small break from my painting to finish off some porcelain pieces for Christmas. If anyone is interested, I sell them for $49.95.Contact me if you would like to see them. ( 455-1236) Leighton Center , Studio Todorovic and the Galleria all sell my jewellry. Each piece is unique and fired in a kiln. They are accented with real crystals and the necklaces are done with ultra black swede and average 15-18 inches. It's not the best photograph...I will need to get some models...but you can gauge the size by the quarter. ( click on photo for a much larger than life view)


The Process

Each piece is created for individual expression, uniquely sculptured to reflect the inherent qualities of the porcelain clay. Hand built through various uses of slab and coil, each piece is kiln fired at least twice to 2200 degrees F, for strong durability. Texturing techniques include various materials such as lace, stamps, carving tools and handmade moulds. Each piece is fired with black stain and black gloss glaze. Accents may include Swarovski crystals.