"Number Two Cow" casein 10 x 8"
Two casein paintings done ,one small...one not so small...and both are available on my website. Our weekend was busy, but I did get time to work in the studio and get these done. I love looking at cows. Their eyes are sooo big, liquid and sad. For years we raised beef cattle....mostly Herefords. We had one cow who was always going right through the fence , and heading down the road towards a farm a mile away where some bulls lived. A lady with a mission! But how I hated chasing that lady, trying to get her back into her pasture. She was the reason we stopped raising our own beef. The 'girls' in this painting are dairy cows from a local farm just down the road from us ......We will not be having cows on our farm again. I will enjoy them at neighbors farms, thank you.
Today the sun keeps peeking in and out of the gray fall clouds. Today I will spend mostly in the studio. But first my barn chores must be done. Everyday has barn chores...........I do not get into the studio everyday. But I have some ideas that I need to get formulated and today is the day!
I have work in an art show that is opening this week in Cazenovia, NY. " Le Cheval:" the horse exhibition, is an invitational exhibition of national artists ...and I am honored to be one of the artists. The exhibition will open with an Artist's Reception & short artist's lecture series on Wednesday, .Nov. 3rd @ 4 - 5:30 PM. at Cazenovia College in Reisman Hall Art Gallery, 22 Sullivan Street, Cazenovia . NY . 13035 I have all casein work hanging in the show...not many artists are painting with casein,,,,,,I hope you will check out the show if you are in the area!
Heading down to the barn now...pups tagging along! We have a mission!
"She Was A Cow" casein 7x 5"