Thursday, April 16, 2009

Morning Mist Of Sonoma County

With it's moisture in the air at this time of early morning,
because of it This wildflower field looks so romantic and peaceful.

Rose Of My Garden

This the rose from my garden.

I only have one rose bush in my garden but every year I will have few of roses from it.


This is the time we can chase the shadow around or not?

How lucky we are to have this chance to see the line of change.

Summer Weed Field

With it's heat and warm colors that really makes us feel the season of Summer.

It is the time that we all hope the Winter will come soon.

Even with this 100+ degree of heat, I still enjoyed the colors that present to us from the nature.

Cottonwood Tree With Path

Another painting was done at Ghost Ranch / O'Keeffe's country.


O'keeffe's Country

This painting was done from attending Ann Templeton's workshop last year at Ghost Ranch, MN

It was in October all cottonwood starting to change their color for the season.

Shady Path

On one of my hiking trip it was so hot, so I created this painting with large tree with shade.

Lavender Farm

When I was standing at this scenic hillside of lavender farm seeing this scenery, I was so much in love with the color and the smell of the lavender in the air.


Field of Wildflowers

This is one of the Wildflowers series.

This field was filled with Summer wildflowers as red, orange, pink, yellow and blue share their charming color.

Lighthouse Monumont At Palo Doro Canyon

Another view of the Lighthouse monument at Palo Duro Canyon State park, TX.


Colors of Palo Dulo Canyon State Park TX

As you can see all colors of this monument are orange, yellow, violet, gray and juniper at it's warm color base and cliff sides.
Publish Post

Up Hill To Homestead

Since the childhood I dreamed this going home scenery .

I am glad I can put it down on my canvas with all colors that I would love to see with it instead of black and white in my dream.

This is the one part of my dream.


Blowing Grass Field

Living in Amarillo TX with wind blowing at speed of 50+ MPH is not unusual to us.

Few weeks ago when I was playing at local golf course and this painting was the scene from the beginning to the end of play.

Can you imaging how to stand still to make the drive and do not know where golf ball is going and how to control the golf ball not to move when making the put.

Raquette Lake

This painting was done by using a Christmas card that our friends Rodney and Lois send to us two years ago.

This photo was snapped by Rodney at Raquette Lake in the Adirondacks, New York State.

It was in the September as the landscape starting to change it's color from summery green to colorful Autumn color.