People in Paintings
People in Paintings keep things interesting and relatable. After all, how many times do we look at paintings of people we never even knew or will know? I believe it’s all a matter of how we can relate to what we are looking at.
I worked with a man who wanted to turn this painting around so he could see the faces of the two people in the painting. That does, I suppose make sense on a normal persons level.
A friend of my grand-niece playing for Copper City.
A reverse painting on glass of my husband and myself.
Somewhere I would like to be.
A young lady named Rachael, whom I have much admiration of. Last year she ran for the Vernon Verona Sherrill track team, and as you can see, is a formidable force to be vying against.
Judy Garland and Ray Bolger in a classic.
When I began painting on glass, I was afraid to paint people. They might be insulted. I did several pet portraits, and never got bitten or snarled at, so somewhere along the line, I guess I got over it. Please feel free to browse through my web site to view more of my people in paintings!