Girl in Pink, Batman, Evil Queen and a Storm House

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8 by 10 inches, oil on hardboard
18 by 12 inches, pencil
18 by 12 inches, pencil
14 by 11 inches, acrylic on canvas board

Cold rainy weather – perfect for a group art session. I tried out a few of Rose Frantzen’s methods, she has a great way of explaining what she’s doing when she paints. Painting and sketching from summer vacation photos brings me back to those fun times. We love and miss you guys!

Meredith has been drawing a lot, and doing a great job of it. Here are two pictures – one of batman and one of an evil queen. She likes her drawings to have a lot of story worked into them.

I should take pictures of Holly’s paintings in progress. For this one, she did a lovely rainbow house, and then a terrible storm with a huge flood with giant waves. Then, just in time, she painted a strong protective shell over the house to keep all the rain and wind and water out.

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3 thoughts on “Girl in Pink, Batman, Evil Queen and a Storm House

    Sten Anderson said:
    November 29, 2011 at 8:07 am

    I like the story behind the Storm House.

      debrha responded:
      December 2, 2011 at 10:10 am

      🙂 Me too!

    Linda Hendriksma said:
    January 3, 2012 at 3:26 pm

    I didn’t look far enough this morning – great work, all of you!

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