Artists To Watch

Tom has always had an eye for composition and a natural concept of value and color harmony in his photography. Last summer he was inspired to try his hand at painting. He never seemed to struggle and if he had any questions, I was there to show him a few tips and techniques. I trulyContinue reading “Artists To Watch”

My Star Pupil

How fun is it to be able to share your (in my case) many passions with someone that you love. Whether it is hopping on a pony to ride the fence line or creating amazing art, this blog will fill in the gaps and help me to share our new life after the Rockin’ P.Continue reading “My Star Pupil”

Worth Seeing

It warms the soul on a cold day when you can walk into a place of business and feel genuinely welcome.  On a freezing day this month of February, I had the luxury to make a return visit to a wonderful art gallery in San Antonio,  The Greenhouse Gallery . Surely it has been closeContinue reading “Worth Seeing”

John Deer and Jane Doe

We have not seen any deer for awhile now. We really loved seeing them. After a ray of sunshine yesterday, it’s kind of a cloudy day today. This is a pencil sketch of a Whitetail Buck that I am working on……Thanks to Leicaman for photographing my art and for the pre- game appetizers Have aContinue reading “John Deer and Jane Doe”

Paint By Number

I must have a million brushes. Some are almost worn out, but I never throw ANYTHING away. You can look in my closet (if you are brave enough) and see my collection of never once worn items. Then there is my collection of pencils which include charcoal, graphite, mechanical, every shade of pastel and watercolor.Continue reading “Paint By Number”

How To Lose A Pig In Ten Days

Starring Will Feral…….   The plan was for us to be pig sitting for a few days, but it took longer for our friend Eddie and his family to build a pen substantial enough to secure this guy. “Bacon” became very comfortable in the barn and he had it all to himself. I turned itContinue reading “How To Lose A Pig In Ten Days”

LOL

I don’t know what he told her, maybe he just breathed in her ear, but whatever, I walked outside and Miss Piggy was sure having fun with Cactus Jack…I oughta write a book!!!  

Take a Walk on the Wild Side

  The pasture was slim pickins’ this winter for two growing boys. We tried to keep them supplied with hay and cattle cubes, but as they were walking the fence-line, the temptation was too great not to go in search of greener pastures. Little did they know what they would encounter in a jungle ofContinue reading “Take a Walk on the Wild Side”

Spy Dog

  Muffy only weighed about 4 pounds full grown. She was the size of a hamster when she was born.. She had diabetes as a puppy and had to come with us wherever we went…She would fit in my purse and keep quiet during basketball games or even in the grocery store….. This was myContinue reading “Spy Dog”