September 3, 2021 – Original Artwork

Since I had another ‘full’ day today which consisted of packing up the last of our household goods, I didn’t have the time or energy to put my Nikon to work. For this reason, I’m going to feature (a copy of) one of my original drawings. I actually gave the original (as a gift) toContinue reading “September 3, 2021 – Original Artwork”

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August 2, 2021 – Original Artwork

I was going to post a nature photo today but I couldn’t find anything that really ‘spoke’ to me, so I decided to share one of my paintings. Years ago, during photography class, my instructor asked me to take close-ups of different objects. As it happened, I had a calculator handy. I really liked howContinue reading “August 2, 2021 – Original Artwork”

July 21, 2021 – Original Artwork

Ok, all I ask is that you be kind. I know there are numerous things wrong with this pastel painting but I love it anyway. Ok, maybe I don’t necessarily love it but I still like it a lot. I completed this still life probably 20 years ago and it’s all wonky, but I loveContinue reading “July 21, 2021 – Original Artwork”

June 21, 2021 – Original Artwork

This painting is called ‘Tulips in Acrylic’. I know, the title’s not very original but I couldn’t think of anything else to call it at the time. Truth be told, it’s a photo of my painting because it’s too big to fit in my scanner and I’m too cheap to pay the local art supplyContinue reading “June 21, 2021 – Original Artwork”

March 30, 2021 – Reassessing the Situation

Have you ever decided to do something you have never done before, and then without much reflection, went after it? By this, I mean setting a serious goal to achieve something within a specific timeframe. I’ve set some fairly lofty goals throughout my life. I wanted to have children, I had three. I wanted toContinue reading “March 30, 2021 – Reassessing the Situation”

December 20, 2020 – The mystery of J. Denaro.

Have you ever come across a piece of art with an unknown signature? I am sure you have. You can walk into practically any thrift store and there are usually countless paintings available for purchase, signed by countless ‘unknowns’. When my oldest sister passed away over three decades ago, she had in her possession nearlyContinue reading “December 20, 2020 – The mystery of J. Denaro.”