Our Life’s Work

“Life’s Work” ~ 6″ x 6″ oil on panel BID NOW on Daily Paintworks “Often people attempt to live their lives backwards, they try to have more things or more money in order to do more of what they want so that they will be happier. The way it actually works is the reverse. YouContinue reading “Our Life’s Work”

Teamwork~ 10″ x 10″ oil on gallery wrapped canvas I finished these guys a few days ago, but I kept forgetting to photograph them until it got dark! So…now it’s done. This gorgeous pair of draught horses are the hardest workers in Barkerville, an old restored mining town that operates as a park in theContinue reading

Coffee break- original horse oil painting

Coffee Break 6″x6″ oil on canvas panel  $150.00 Here’s my newest daily painting. I love horses. I’ve always loved horses. I started drawing them when I was about five and the obsession hasn’t ended. And workhorses speak to me of a time when life was simpler…more real…more in touch. I miss it in a way.Continue reading “Coffee break- original horse oil painting”

Work Buddies painting a day

“Work Buddies” 6″ x 6″ oil on canvas A new painting I did today. I’ve been working on a large one for the last week, and it’s giving me some trouble, (as usual…sigh…) so I decided to turn it to face the wall for a week or so, and do some tiny little one-off’s toContinue reading “Work Buddies painting a day”

Carriage Horse at St. Stephen’s Green

(please click to make it big!) I now have total respect for the dude (or dudette) that invented the wheel! Or anyone that can paint them well…OMG! I spent an hour on that smaller wheel, and it’s still not right! It was right, in pencil, once, then I inked it and screwed it all up!Continue reading “Carriage Horse at St. Stephen’s Green”

A Farmer’s Work…

In the past few years, I’ve become increasingly more interested in natural, sustainable eating and health. This image from Wetcanvas spoke to me of going back to the natural, safe way of eating…hard work, and “real life” instead of the pounding onslaught of consumerism. I want to have a better life. One where we slowContinue reading “A Farmer’s Work…”