Category Archives: oil painting

A Painting a Day: The Medicine Hat Filly

In the days when the horses were the most important mode of transportation (read: before the white man) there was the medicine hat horse. These sacred horses had dark ears and a spot crowning the head. The body was mostly … Continue reading

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A Painting A Day: I Try Oils (Again)

Painting in oils hasn’t been my thing.  Part of the reason is due to my impatience. I also realized, while working on “Night Heron”, that my style is not typical for someone who works with oils. I work fast, and tight. … Continue reading

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Oils – A Whole New Beeswax!

Today’s project; OILS! I haven’t painted in oils in about a decade! During my gallery show at Fernwood Botanical Garden last year, the curator Kathee Kiesselbach told me I should work in oils. I thought it was a good suggestion. It … Continue reading

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