Thursday, December 28, 2006

Wednesday, December 27, 2006

The Hills are Alive with Color (SOLD)

5x7 oil on primed hardboard ready to frame.
I use a limited six color palette with white.

Monday, December 18, 2006

Merry Christmas ( click here to Bid)

Merry Christmas
5x7 oil on prepared hardboard ready to frame.
Christmas is a time for memories. A time of childhood past. Christmas is a time when all the loved ones who can no longer be with you are close at heart and in you mind as you put the old decorations on the tree, some made by your children years ago and kept and packed away with love each season.

Big Horn (click here to bid)

This is an ACEO 2.5x3.5 water color

About ACEO Cards:
ACEO stands for "Art Cards, Editions and Originals". These cards have one main rule - they are 3.5 inches by 2.5 inches - the size of a trading card. The reason for this is that Art Cards are made to be traded! Art cards are normally available at low prices so that they're available to anyone. Artists from all over the world are creating, and now selling these highly collectable art cards in many different mediums. Watercolor, Oil, Acrylic, Colored Pencil, Pastels, Petrography, Pen and Ink, Sketching, Collage - the sky is the limit. Abstract, Surrealism, Outsider Art, Impressionism, Expressionism -every style you can think of - and then some! Extremely collectable Pocket Art, you can't stop at just one! They can be displayed as artworks - hung in decorative frames either individually or in groups. It is signed and dated on the back.

Sunday, December 17, 2006

Christmas Toys

Christmas Toys
Christmas Toys, painting by Delilah Smith

About This Painting:
A nutcracker and a small rocking horse are Christmas gifts. This painting is done in oil on hardboard and is ready to frame.

Media: oil
Size: 5 in X 7 in (12.7 cm X 17.8 cm)
Price: $50 USD

How to Purchase:
send me an email

Friday, December 15, 2006

Tuesday, December 12, 2006

The Egg or the Chicken (SOLD)

The Egg or the Chicken
5x7 oil on primed Hardboard
This is a painting in my series of egg paintiings.

Wednesday, December 06, 2006

Walking on Egg Shells

Walking on Egg Shells
Oil on prepared Board
This is the 4th one in my egg series. I can remember gathering eggs as a little girl. I would carry them in a big wire basket back to the house. The basket was almost bigger than me. One day I found that if I swung the basket and spun around in a circle at the same time I could almost get it chest high. WOW good thing Mom never saw me, also a good thing I never let go. I used both hands. I still use both hands today when I paint. Oh well, entertainment back on the farm was easy. Most fun things are really easy if you just take the time to enjoy them.

Tuesday, December 05, 2006

Egg in Your Beer ( click here to Bid )

Egg in Your Beer
7x5 oil on prepared board

So what do you want egg in your beer? A bonus, something for nothing. The expression dates back to the 1940's but no one is sure where it came from. This is number three in the egg series.

Monday, December 04, 2006

Broken egg ( click here to BUY)

Broken Egg
6x6x1 1/2
oil on stretched canvas
Broken Egg 6x6 on stretched canvas. I keep in mind the basic elements that make an engaging painting and take a simple subject and find the beauty in it. The egg has reflection ans shine that is fascinating.

Sunday, December 03, 2006