Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Homefront Still Life Video

This is Homefront Still Life, a slide show of my paintings from 2016. It’s comprised of things around my house. The painting ‘Popsie’s Table’ has special meaning to me. My grandpa’s moniker was ‘Popsie’ and I placed the grapes on his antique table. I think he and my grandma would like that it’s still getting good use. I also used it for ‘Old Fashioned Orange’. It’s the perfect place for some of my still life paintings. The painting ‘The Gift’ of the silver cream pitcher was a present from my brother. The plate used in ‘Holiday Latte’ was a gift from my other brother. ‘Classic Nintendo Controllers’ were my kid’s in the 1980s and they still work!
I live in a wooded area near Seattle where Big Leaf Maple Trees are abundant so there are many tree helicopters around. I like it when art requires research. Knowing there was another name for helicopter, I looked it up and found out it was “Double Samara.” I must have been absent from school the day the kids were taught that! I’m finding still life very heartfelt and enlightening in many ways.
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All of the Homefront paintings can be found in my January 10 blog post as well.   

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