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Study of Kazakh Boy After My Toddler’s Tantrum

So, it turns out a tantrum thrown by my toddler, which included him smearing his finger across this painting, did actually help me in the process of making this painting better. It’s all about process, right? So, I re-worked it

Posted in China, Donating Art to Charity, One Hour A Day, Paintings

Study of Kazakh Boy in Turquoise and Red

I just finished this study of a Kazakh boy from a photograph we took on a trip to the far northwest of China in 2006.  It’s a study for a larger painting that will be 30×40″.  I find that it’s

Posted in China, Donating Art to Charity, Forming A Collection, One Hour A Day, Paintings

An Evening to Honor Local Survivors of Human Trafficking

This Friday, October 25th, 2013, Refugee Services of Texas and Women of Vision are hosting an art showcase and silent auction benefiting central Texas’ Survivor of Trafficking Program. Artists and craftspeople are donating artwork and jewelry for this special event.

Posted in Donating Art to Charity, Paintings