My original artwork features pigments gathered from the Ozarks. I use nature to create paintings of nature. I keep online portfolios by year at PaleoPaints.com.
With Covid-19 in the air, most exhibits and fairs have been canceled. So I’m working on a printable catalog. When it’s finished, you’ll be able to click and download. If you’d prefer me to mail you a hard copy, email me with your mailing address and I’ll be happy to put that in the mail asap.
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Clicking the button will begin a download of the PDF. File size is about 1Mb. You’ll need to choose a folder on your computer or save it to your phone if clicking from your small device.
All of my work features my handmade watercolor paints. I make the paint from light-fast resources I’ve gathered from around here at Wild Ozark. Mostly I use rocks, clay, bone, and a couple of plant pigments. Plants are generally problematic as they are often not light-fast and so those go through a testing period before I use them in paintings.
Most Recent Artwork
During the coronavirus stay-at-home period, I have not done as much on the painting end of things. I am working on making more paint, however. With my grand-daughter sheltering here with me, it’s not likely that I’ll get a whole lot of painting done until we settle into some sort of a routine.
Keep up with New Original Artwork
Join my mailing list and select the special interest group to be notified when new originals are done, if you’d like a monthly catalog of everything available. If nothing new is done for the month, there won’t be a newsletter sent out until the next month. I do send out the general newsletter (sort of) monthly, but the catalog only goes to those interested in originals. I also list my work at my online shop, but not everything in the catalog is listed online.
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