Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Pear II

Pear II 16 x 20 oil on canvas $ ~ ? I am learning to paint in oil and this is my first completed piece my Pear II. Because Pear I is still in the process. Layers and layers of glazing. It took several weeks.

Monday, December 26, 2011

Pear One again

Grrrrrrrrr ~~~~~ I have decided to go back and work on the center pear. The ghostly looking one. As you can see I thought I was done because I signed the piece but taking a little break from it I noticed the center pear needed some fattening up. So it now has a ghostly shape and waiting for that to dry so I can add some color. Oh Happy Days.

Saturday, December 17, 2011


Passion Watercolor on Arches 300 lb cold press 22.5 x 15.25 Teresa Beyer The 2012 National Defense Authorization Act overturns centuries of jurisprudence, stripping American citizens of their right to be charged and tried in a civilian court of law – to be innocent until proven guilty. The bill authorizes the US military to arrest US citizens merely on suspicion of “belligerent acts” – without being charged or tried - and to imprison them indefinitely in military prisons. Gulag Guantanamo forever. It should come as no surprise that a country notorious for imposing brutal dictatorships on foreign nations would turn against its own population with the same psychopathic force. We are all Bradley Manning now. The looting of America is now complete and all that remains for the unemployed, bankrupt and homeless victims of US pathology is to surrender their freedom to the US military.

Monday, December 12, 2011

Rose 1/4

#111212 11.5 x 15 Rose ¼ $145. This is the first of four hence the Title Rose 1/4. This will be a series of rose using different photos of different angles. Each rose will be painted using a different yet limited color palette. This Rose ~ “Rose ¼” was painted in an Intense color palette using Cad. Red, Winsor Yellow and Winsor Blue. All three of these paints are staining colors. You may also have noticed the frame around the image ~ this was done using tape around the edge, before the painting was even started.