Sunday, April 18, 2010


This is the No. 109 painting in my 365/2010 series.
Size: 5x7 inches.
Medium: Watercolor on 140 lb. DeArches cold press paper.
This is the smallest of the 109 painting that I have listed so far. They really are a little harder to so simply because of the brushes, hand and eyes getting tat the same place at the same time. LOL
When Nina and I moved back to
Tupelo in the early 1970 this is the house we bought. It is located on Choctaw street, just south of the North East Mississippi Medical Center. Nina worked there and it was very close to Sears where I was working at that time. We lived here a little over two years. This house was built by one of the Locke's of the Hardware family. It was a very small, but very nice house. It had all hardwood floors, fancy french doors and that amazing front window facing west. Beautiful unobstructed sunsets from atop this little hill. Remember many card games with the Charles and Pat Miller in this house. We left her for Searcy and to finish school.
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