Monk’s Fishing House – Cong, Ireland Today has been a blessed “stay-at-home” day, doing only what “I want to do” stuff…(I love those days!) I went for a nice long walk with Captain Jack and D.O.G., and once again marvelled at how beautiful it is here, and how lucky I am to live in aContinue reading “Monk’s Fishing House, Cong, Ireland”
The Old Time Hat 8″ x 10″ oil on canvas panel I just got news today that this painting was accepted into the Federation of Canadian Artists “Small, Smaller, Smallest” show! Yay!!
Daddy’s Girl – 8″ x 10″ oil on canvas I can’t resist a picture like this! I love any picture that shows the interaction between people, but the love between a parent and a child is the best. This is my “big, tough, cousin”, Corey. He looks mean, but has a heart of gold…sorry Corey!Continue reading “Daddy’s Girl — Father and Daughter”
Down by the Sea 4″ x 6″ watercolor pen and ink I liked my little sand dollar so much, that I decided to do a little series of seaside themed cards. I think I’ll turn them into a set of notecards soon. (Did I mention that already? Probably, lol!) I’m suffering from dementia in myContinue reading “Down by the Sea”
Sand Dollar – 4″ x 6″ watercolor ©Tahirih Goffic, 2011 I was fiddling around with my new Windsor and Newton watercolors the other night, with an idea for a gift tag for a special order and I came up with this little image. I’ve always been fascinated with Sand Dollars and their simplicity and beautyContinue reading “"At the seaside" — sand dollars”
“Light Dancer II” 9″ x 12″ oil on canvas ©2011 Tahirih Goffic This is a commissioned piece that I finished recently, for a lovely German couple I met this summer. They saw and purchased another painting of mine, Light Dancer, at the Eagle Lodge, and were eager to meet me and see more of myContinue reading “West Coast Native American Dancer Portrait”
Bubble Time 6″ x 6″ oil on canvas panel $150 Copyright 2011 Tahirih Goffic Here’s the painting I promised you yesterday:) I got a bit busy…I’m still finding it hard to adjust to going “to work” every day, and still having time to do all the other stuff, like cook and clean, post to myContinue reading “Bubble Time”