This reverse painting on plexi-glass was done on a 12″ x 15″ pane. My 2 year old grand son, Wyatt inadvertently laid a smaller frame on top of a larger painting, titled Country Boy, and when I went over to take it off, I realized there was an additional painting within the original. It encompassed only a part of the original. My only option was to paint it.
Wyatt is my country boy up close and personal. I admit to having been smitten with him. The only down side is that he seems to realize it. When he leaves here and goes home, he confides all we have done together with Wyatt’s Papa to his very best Elmo stuffed animal, whom he calls Melmo, it is later reported by our daughter. There are times when these conversations last up to an hour.
Even though Wyatt loves to build snowmen, I am looking forward to taking him to the park again this summer, so he can play on the swings, slides, and other toys, not to mention playing some baseball.continue reading
This beauty in Classic Antique Car Paintings , was one I found at the Wampsville Car Show last year. A reverse painting on plexi-glass, “61 Chevy Impala measures 16″ x 20”.
The second painting I have done in the “Chrome” series has gotten me all wired up about Chrome. When it’s polished, all I can see in it is the reflections of the surroundings. was one I found at the Wampsville Car Show last year. A reverse painting on plexi-glass, “61 Chevy lmpala measures 16″ x 20”
To see more of my work in reverse painting on plexi-glass, please go to the gallery at the following.continue reading