30 paintings in 30 days: Day 31

Well, here we are, January 31st, the end of my second 30 paintings in 30 days challenge. I have to say that I’m glad it’s over. There were too many days that I didn’t have anything to share with my lovely readers and that was stressing me out a little bit because I didn’t want to let you down and I don’t like failing at things I set out to do. But! I am happy about the paintings I was able to complete this month and the ones I made big strides on, as well as the fact that I have exercised 20 of the last 23 days, and that, for some unknown reason, my husband is especially interested in going on walks lately – never going to say "no" to that!

Here is the painting I am working on today. If it looks familiar, it is because it is the 7th painting I have done from the same five minutes of photo taking. This one is 20"x20." Here is another take on the scene, at a smaller scale.

Most of the paintings I did this month and still have in progress are for the Oklahoma City Festival of the Arts, which is April 24-30 (side note, I will turn 30 during the festival!), but I’ve decided to make a few available. I’ll be sending my monthly newsletter out to my entire list later this afternoon, so act quick if you see something that tickles your fancy. My website host has been a little moody this afternoon, so hopefully my site isn't down when this email goes out. If it's acting up, just be patient and persistent.

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"Ooh baby, baby it's a wild world"

Enid December Sunset - Available here

I freaking love this one. If you buy it, I might have to come over every now and again and just look at it. Hope you don't mind.

Late Summer Sky #2 - Available here

Not Oklahoma

Willamette View - Available here

Wood panel painting

Memorial Day #6 - Available here