Mother Nature at it again!
It's the most wonderful time of the year because it's camellia season. This gorgeous bloom was once called usu otome, then Frau Minna Seidel and now "Pink Perfection". I haven't quite represented it's state of pink or perfection, but I'll be thrilled to try another in time.
This client lined their china closet in mirror resulting in interesting views of the room and the painting they commissioned for the dining room.
Stitch-n-fish? File these puns under "same old jokes." What's not punny or funny; the privilege of sitting with the boys while they fish, Lego, analyze the world (and bicker) while the tide and the season shift.
All about driving these days(ies).
I'm looking forward to seeing the installation photos of this large scale painting. It was made to provide a "window" in a dining and also to remind the owners of this time and place in their lives. We also considered that the work might one day be split in two to accommodate a smaller space. I actually like the idea that a painting could be split, like shares, and still hold up visually, continue to be a part as solid as the whole and provide the service of celebrating, documenting and/or interpreting time and place.
The arbor just before 2015 the night of our annual oyster roast.
what a wild ride this one! so much work, so much fun; full canter the entire time.
So MUCH FUN! Big thanks to the photographers. And thank you ALL for attending. Can't wait to see the results!
to announce the arrival of
william edouard bucey
march 18, 2009, 1:44 p.m.
8 pounds, 3 ounces
This afternoon, after a full day of "playing with (his) buddies", David Charles Bucey, who turned two in June, repeatedly swam underwater at the Habersham YMCA pool using both hands and feet to propel him. His mother, wearing an appropriate one piece swimming costume, who had done nothing quite as breathtaking (or spectacular) throughout the day, was duly impressed.
tybee field no. 1 oil on canvas 24" x 24" 2006 - 2008
The best part about this game; originally, this girl had her hair held up by a pencil...not a hole chiseled while she was totally oblivious.
kirby & katherine just the other day prismacolor 2008