Only a true Northerner can fully understand this depiction of one of those days in February when the fantasy between the pina colada and the snow merge together.
Watercolor Pencil, Stonehenge paper 9×12 folded in half. Subject is a wooden Santa who wishes he was real…. "Faith and Best Wishes for a Wonderful Holiday"…
This is my creation.. I was just doodling and started this design, I desided to create this abstract one of a kind snowflake… It's like nothing I have ever seen before! And I love that!! It has the colors of Christmas.. Red, Green, Gold, Silver with fun shapes. And of course the heading; Love, Joy,…
Santa painted in acrylics on wood, background acrylic on paper…text from Photoshop elements.
Digital photograph of a lit candle surrounded by complete darkness. With this photograph I tired to capture the randomness of the flickering flame.
Oil on Crystal Glass, miniature technique, 3 inches diameter, 3/4 inch thickness.
This card combines a look from the past with the zaniness of op art. By using a vintage post card with a bold yet subtle pink bubble background with an op art design, it's style is "so today"…kinda hip, slightly urban, yet reminiscent of long ago Christmas'.
…Young man, Or Santa might not appear at all!" A little Norman Rockwell influence in this, I think.
9 x 12, oil pastels
8 x 10, oil pastels
The winter starkness of the North Georgia landscape is captured in this painting.
In the times of the Pagan landscape when Druids celebrated the winter solstice and the firelights cast a warming glow over the surrounding woods.