Long Overdue Works-In-Progress Post!

Long Overdue Works-In-Progress Post!

I will just pretend that today is Works-In-Progress Tuesday! I will blame it on the craziness of the Holiday Season.

Anyway – I am continuing to work on 4 Mische technique paintings while planning the drawings for a few more. I was busy painting some feathers and eggs for the ‘All Paintings Great & Small’ exhibition at Cooley Gallery in Old Lyme. They sold 4 paintings during the opening night including the feather and the egg painting I did for the show. So I started painting a few more – delivered them to the Gallery last week. Now I really  have to focus on paintings for the Southeastern Wildlife Exposition just right around the corner in February.

I seem to be all over the place with paintings in all stages of work so without any further ado – here is what I am working on – (all images from iPhone so not so great)

Mische Paintings

Mallard – on final oil glazes

Mallard in Winter
Mallard in Winter


Emmylou in a Basket – final oil glazes

Emmylou - angel kitty in a basket
Emmylou – angel kitty in a basket


Yellowstone Squirrel  – final oil glazes

Mische Squirrel
Funny yellowstone critter

Buffalo  – final oil glazes

Just a Yellowstone Icon
Just a Yellowstone Icon


Works on Vellum

Pronghorn Antelope – on goatskin vellum

One of my all time favorite animals
One of my all time favorite animals


Great Blue Heron feather – sketch ready to be transferred to a piece of vellum

Great Blue Heron Feather

And for something completely different –

a miniature of a Lipizzaner stallion in the exercise ring of of the Piber Stud Farm in Austria

painted in gouache

Lipizzaner Stallion miniature
A ‘retired’ Spanish Riding School stallion at the PIber Stud Farm in Austria



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