Bounty of Fall

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It’s time to come back and add the opaque leaves on the Sarza. The washed in foliage is now completely dry. Mixtures of Alizarin Crimson + White, Magenta + White and Sap Green + White are used. I apply the paint with thick brushstrokes, giving it lots of texture.

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Chili Ristras are a signature trademark of Santa Fe. The individual peppers are sculpted with a small Bright brush. If you’d like to find out more about the brushes I use CLICK HERE.

VIDEO! Painting that cute little Rooster and hen. I’d like to take this opportunity to thank all of you who have emailed to say how much you enjoy the videos. I really appreciate your kind words. A few have mentioned they’ve not been able to make to audio work. OOOPPPPS!!! There is no narration. I’m very fortunate as an artist, I’m having a difficult time keeping up with my painting commitments. Time does not allow me to narrate the videos. I’m afraid I’m doing the best I can at this time just to get these posted for you. But maybe I can sometime in the future.

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Maxmillian Sunflowers are blocked in with my usual sequence of Flowers First, Leaves Last.

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The Bounty of Fall. is ready to join the other three paintings in the Quartet. Can’t you just hear the cluck, clucks of the little hen looking for a few stray kernals of Indian Corn?

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Drum Roll………………..and here’s the Final Four. Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter! If you’d like to see this larger just click on the image. Thanks for following along. Hugs,

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