A Yankee born in Michigan who graduated from Boys Town, Nebraska, came down south to Mississippi to live and deer hunt, was
soon given the nickname of ~ TWO DOGS TALL!
Photo credit: Patrick Kavanagh

Friday, September 28, 2012

Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Wednesday, September 19, 2012

My August Paintings Continued...

Adobe Church During Storm
Acrylic
11 X 14 Canvas

Foxy Fox Wolf
Acrylic
11 X 14 Canvas

Spike Mountains
Acrylic
12 X 16 Canvas

Mesas In Arizona
Acrylic
12 X 16 Canvas

Tepee In Snow
Acrylic
11 X 14 Canvas

Adobe Church In Santa Fe
Acrylic
12 X 16 Canvas

Purple Skies
Acrylic
11 X 14 Canvas

Birds In Flight
Acrylic
12 X 16 Canvas

Abstract Navajo
Acrylic
12 X 16 Canvas

Mountain Stream
Acrylic
11 X 14 Canvas

Old Car In Weeds
Acrylic
11 X 14 Canvas

Adobe At Dusk
Acrylic
11 X 14 Canvas
  
Buck In Camo
Acrylic
9 X 12 Canvas

Rusty Road Thru Brush
Acrylic
11 X 14 Canvas

Tuesday, September 18, 2012

My August Paintings

Recently I was in a nursing home to get physical therapy to help me get my legs strong.  I was having problems walking but after 30 days, I'm as good as new.  When in the nursing home I was able to paint and also make my copper trees.  I had classes at the nursing home showing the residents how I make them.  Below are half of the pictures that I painted and will post the rest on Wednesday.

Cat With Broken Heart
Acrylic
11 X 14 Canvas

Yellow Aspens
Acrylic
11 X 14 Canvas

Aspens In The Mountains
Acrylic
12 X 16 Canvas Board

Mountain Of Stars
Acrylic
12 X 16 Canvas

Nude Stone Wall
Acrylic
11 X 14 Canvas

Two Trees Overlooking Valley
Acrylic
11 X 14 Canvas

Souix Medicine Man Tepee
Acrylic
11 X 14 Canvas

Birds Flying Over Adobe
Acrylic
12 X 16 Canvas

Southwest Valley
Acrylic
 12 X 16 Canvas

Two Birds At Dusk
Acrylic
12 X 16 Canvas

Sunny Day In The Meadow
Acrylic
16 X 20 Canvas

Blue Skies
Acrylic
9 X 12 Canvas

Two Trees In Valley
Acrylic
9 X 12 Canvas

Purple Range
Acrylic
9 X 12 Canvas

Mountain Village
Acrylic
12 X 16 Canvas

Friday, September 14, 2012

The Vicksburg Post - Interview Of My Copper Trees & Paintings

Deborah Hughes, Activities Director, Shady Lawn Nursing Home, talking to me before The Vicksburg Post staff arrives to interview me about my copper trees with a photographer taking pictures of my hobbies of making copper trees and my paintings. 

All my materials laid out for my copper trees with my acrylic paintings to show The Vicksburg Post.  

I was in the nursing home recently for a month to get physical therapy for my legs.  I got to the point where I could not walk anymore and was able to get the help I needed to get back on my feet.  Many thanks to Deborah for setting this interview up for me and having it published in our Vicksburg newspaper.
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