Bolivar Lighthouse

9 x 12
Oil on Canvas Panel

Growing up we were beach people. My dad truly
loved this lighthouse. As I painted this painting
memories of sand, watermelons and inner tubes
came flooding back. I was very grateful to see the old
girl still standing after the ravages of Hurricane Ike.
Brazos Bend Chickens

12" x 16"
Oil on Canvas Board

Looking for bluebonnets to paint, I came across this
scene that I found to be so peaceful. I loved the little
orange tree sitting in the back. Later in the day I ran
across some chickens and placed them on the path.
It made for a nice day of plein air painting.
Night Watcher

16" x 20"
Oil on Canvas

This painting is from an original by my husband. The
painting was destroyed in flooding from Hurricane
Ike. My mother-in-law so mourned the loss of this
painting that I recreated it. The painting is about the
moody vision of an observer from afar.
Studio specializing in classical oil painting with locations in West Houston and The Silos on Sawyer in the Texas Art District
Reeds and Lilies

24 x 36
Oil on Canvas

This was inspired by a trip to Brazos State Park. The
beautiful swampy wetlands reminded me of my
Louisiana bayou roots. I caught the soft filtered light of a
watery landscape.
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“Evening on the Bayou Teche"        
                     
12 x 16
Oil on Board

There is nothing more hauntingly beautiful than an
evening on the bayou. I kept the palette very close in
value. I think this painting was successful in creating
a feeling of space, as if one could fall into it.
“Emory Mountains"                
                     
11 x 14
Oil on Canvas Board

The Emory Mountains are near Big Bend. We rented
a house nearby, and this is the sight we woke up to
every morning. What a beautiful gift! I kept a very tight
blue-orange palette.