Wednesday, February 2, 2011


The top painting was observed very early one morning when I got up early and looked out the window while working at the Quartz Mountain Fall Art's Institute about two years ago. You couldn't tell where the sky and the water separated except for the small strip of land on the other side of the lake.
that is Lake Lugert in Altus, Oklahoma. It looked like a really shinny mirror.
The bottom painting is a scene from standing at the end of my driveway and looking down the street about 5 p.m. one day just before one of our very bad tornadoes. I had never seen the clouds so dark and swirling around the great yellow sunset sky. Also notice the bright orange on the horizon. It was very scary yet SO beautiful.
These are very small 4X6 inch paintings.

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