This country boy in the clover is an example of my reverse painting on glass, However, I painted it on plexi- glass.
One day when our grandson, Wyatt came over to visit, my husband, Rich and I decided to take him to the park in town. I had wanted to show Rich a trail there that intersected a trial I used to ride horse back on as a teen ager. And what a beautiful day it was to take Wyatt. Along the way, I picked up a tiny toad to show it to Wyatt. I put it back, and we went a ways before Wyatt pointed out another tiny toad.
He then claimed a pine cone from the trail as his own. Rich called it the souvenir we had bought him. We rode on the slides, swung on the swings, climbed on the climbing things, and had a wonderful day in all. It made for some great photographs to paint with later on, so I still got to see and enjoy our grandson, while painting, even while waiting to play with him again the following weekend.
The Dodge Pratt Northam Art Show in Boonville, New York is now having their annual autumn art show. Not only was I honored to have had my work accepted, but my reverse painting on glass (plexi-glass ), Pixley Falls in the Winter won the first place ribbon, and Pixley Falls took third place!
Truly, I am receiving help from above!
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I am sending out a huge thank you to the Rome Art Association. While attending my first meeting there, I found the people of the RAA to be a group of inspiration and wholly warm and friendly. My reverse painting on glass, “Autumn Pheasant” was not only accepted in their competition for Artist of the Month, but won first place! What an Honor!
Thank you again to the RAA.
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The painting above can be viewed at the Jervis Public Library for the next month.
Some country boys were born to be a Tractor man
They are always around the machinery, working with it, using it or doing repairs. Whether it be planting or harvesting, a tractor man can be seen with a big machine. The model for this painting is none other than my grandson, Wyatt. He is a little hay seed, and loves to find out how things work! He even looks under his bouncy house looking for the reason it blows up. When the child’s car he has wont work, he gets off and immediately opens the hood to get to the battery. If something doesn’t make sense, he looks for the reason behind it.
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‘Little Hayseed’ is a reverse painting on glass of my grand-son, Wyatt.. Maybe he isn’t really a little hayseed, but he does look like one in this reverse painting on glass, and he is a bit of a country boy, which is alright with his grandma!
It was a little hard not to laugh yesterday when I went over on a surprise visit. When Wyatt saw me, he started yelling :Nana, Nana!, only to run right past my out-stretched arms to my car. He was looking for his Papa. But on the other hand, he was very happy to see our Border Collie, Toby, and get a kiss from him! He has let me know repeatedly though, that I am very useful to him in the kitchen when I make “Mmmmm” for meals, and especially likes deserts! I am also the one who gets to fix problems when there are stinkers in the diaper. Lucky Nana. I have tried to remedy this affliction, bus to no avail so far.
This Country Boy is all boy. This reverse painting on plexi-glass depicts my grand-son Wyatt. He prefers his Papa over Nana, and at home he is always helping his Dada work in the garage or around the lawn. He has friends who are female, and even kisses them now and then! He will be a heart breaker!
He is shown by his father, a country boy grown up, how to do things for himself and help others when he can, and for this, I am grateful. He dearly loves to help out in the garden with his mother, carrying the produce as far as needed to get it where it’s needed. He even brings fresh vegetables to his Nana when he comes to visit! I do love that Wyatt is growing up in a rural environment, and that for now he is a Country Boy.
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Fire Cracker is without a doubt an American horse, even though she may be one of a different color. I actually finished this reverse painting on glass in time for the fourth of July, but with the unusually rainy seasonal paintings we had in central New York, there weren’t many good days to photograph her. In fact, it’s raining again today. Alas, she did not make it to the fireworks show. Though I have done several
there was no series of paintings in progress when I painted fire cracker, it was just a whim that struck me while I was having a metaphorical case of writers block. Yes, people who paint can get that too. Fire Cracker unblocked it for me.
Even though is has been many years since I’ve had horses of my own, the beauty of these animals is impossible to miss, and don’t we all like to feast our eyes? So if I paint one now and then, it’s just me remembering what magnificent creatures horses are, and yes, there are a few who could be classified under the ‘fire cracker’ category. Please feel free to browse through my web site to see more of my work in reverse Painting on glass.
Rain on Pine Bough is the last reverse painting on glass in the Spring Rain series. The colors of the reflections seen on the surface tension of the raindrops are from natural fauna in the area. With the wetness all around, the raindrop reflections are also everywhere. Yesterday I was in the woods with friends, when I noticed that there are times when one can’t focus on everything at one time, and certain areas of the vision just become color until the focus of what is being viewed is altered. I found this to be odd because the light pinks and purples I had seen became the prettiest flowers! I don’t know what kind of flowers, but the were beautiful. We had originally met there for a group picnic, but the response of attendance was exceptional, and there was more good food than could be eaten. The good company took time to enjoy as well. As a group, we toured the park at Pixley Falls. Executed on plexi-glass, this painting measures 11″ x 14″ inside the frame.
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Of my series in New York State Park Paintings, Diamond Dust at Pixley Falls was the last one finished. When my husband and I visited Pixley Falls in the Dead of Winter this last year, it was still frozen, but that was the last day of the freezing. It was allright with me because I could still see the Diamond Dust at Pixley Falls. Pixley is a small waterfall in the center of New York State. It only has a drop of about 50′, but it’s such a pretty place to see.
Now for the diamond dust.
When our youngest daughter was in grade school, she had a friend who was also our neighbor. They played together daily. One day in the winter, she asked me if I could see the diamond dust in the snow. With the sun shining brightly that afternoon, I looked out at it, and sure enough, there were sporadic flakes of snow sparkling with reflections of all colors. I replied to her that yes, I could see the diamond dust, but I didn’t know there was a name for it. Our daughter said that she and her friend had named it, and to this day, I’ve never thought of it as anything other than diamond dust.