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PBJ oil painting,  water soluble oil versus richelson oils.

Left is water soluble oil painting using Lukas Berlin and Lukas Berlin & water soluble linseed oil.  Right is traditional oils using richelson oil paint lavender spike oil with walnut oil.  Traditional oil were much easier to work with.  Alla … Continue reading

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Wild horses

This is my idea of learning to paint horses.  Started with water soluble Lukas Berlin.  I didn’t find these paints colors were intense enough,  they were great for blocking in.  Layered with Richelson oil paints and M Grahmn with a … Continue reading

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Challenge!

I have to say this one is finished.  I’m determined to learn to paint people.  Practice, patients and determination. I will get better!

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Banana nut! 

Interpretative painting done for my sister as requested for her kitchen.  I like the way the banana turned out but I need to practice on walnuts.  

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Another lesson

This is a painting lesson from “painting Cowboys & the old west” book by Robert Hahan.   It’s titled dripping wet. His lessons are very thorough.  I must say I learned a lot from his techniques, & I like his … Continue reading

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Beach

Im done!  This is a scene of the grandchildren at the beach.  Every summer I go to the beach as many times as I can with the grandkids.  I think it’s one of there favorite places to be.  They are … Continue reading

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Sail boat painting

I am finished this one (for now). Critiques always appreciated   

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