Monday, August 31, 2009

An Calendar of Artistic Creations from

An Calendar of Artistic Creations from

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The Dancer ~ Abstract

The swirls of motion, tasteful shimmer of fabric, a hint of repeating reflections define this Abstract creation.

AP3 was used, using my mathematical algorithms.

Sunday, August 30, 2009

Echo ~ Abstract

For something a wee bit different, I decided to create repeating diamond like shapes into infinity, using my own mathematical Algorithms.

Galaxy Rose ~Abtract

DH to look one look at this Abstract creation and said, " It looks like a, Galaxy Rose". So the the title stuck.
I took my love of circles and keep going until I created this space fairing Rose, using my own mathematical Algorithms.

Friday, August 28, 2009

Sadie's portrait

Sadie isn't the easiest cat to photograph. However I think this portrait capture tuned out very well.

Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Icelandic Horse painting WIP ~10

A small amount of shading was added to the Icelandic's hindquarter and I started on the first layer of dapples on the shoulders and neck. I have a few more layers of dapple shading and blending to do, then I will start on the dark lower legs.

Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Icelandic Horse painting WIP ~9

I have been working on the water and background a bit more. I finally finished the under shading done on the Icelandic and have started on the first layer of dapples on one part of the horse's body. Now I have to let it dry for awhile. Know it looks a bit strange right now but there is a method to the madness. ;O)

Thursday, August 13, 2009


NW Oregon Coast

Brimming Surf

Abstract looking burnt drift wood on the NW Oregon Coast.

Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Party! ~ Abstract

Sheer fabric and flowing streamers makes this Digital Abstract a cheerful party piece.
And as always.. I use my own Mathematical algorithms using AP3 and this time with photoshop to meld everything together.
The creation is best viewed large.

Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Icelandic Horse painting WIP ~8

Not quite finished with the ground but I have decided to work on the Icelandic's muzzle and do some of the very light under shading over the horse's body. The water will also need a bit more detail.

A close up of the Icelandic's face, just starting with the basic color and under shading.

Icelandic horse painting work in progress on my Artist desk. Normally our pastures are green but sadly we have been having unusually dry and very hot weather, hence all the brown.