Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Windy Day

It's looking like the spring rains are over and summer is in full swing here in Texas - hot, drying winds and hot cloudless skies. This is Easy last Fall at the end of a very hot summer.

I have been extremely busy for the past several weeks and have been unable to find a block of time to paint. So far I have canned over 48 quarts of green beans and dug bushels of onions and potatoes. This afternoon we begin to harvest the sweet corn. I couldn't wait and picked 6 ears last night - a little early - but they were so good! Today I expect to get at least 50 ears and they'll be off the cobb before I go to bed tonight. Tomatoes are beginning to turn pink, too, so my time to paint may again be limited. This is all in a effort to prove that we CAN really live off our farm. Now if I can only entice the deer and turkies to hang around WITHOUT eating the garden!

Proverbs 1:10
My son, if sinners entice you, do not give in to them.

Media: oil
Size: 7 in X 5 in (17.8 cm X 12.7 cm)
Price: $115 US includes shipping and insurance

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Jennifer Young said...

Hi Debbie- I just stumbled onto your blog and wanted to have some really neat paintings here. I just love this one, "Windy Day". Great movement and division of space. Beautiful brushwork and color as well. To me, it has a larger presence than 5x7.

Debbie said...

Thanks, Jennifer. I really appreciate that evaluation and I may just consider painting it larger, now!