We go to Kemah to buy seafood. This scene is along the route and near where we buy the seafood. Kemah is a small community between NASA and Galveston. Buy it on Artfinder.com.
If you think the Gulf water at Galveston is always brown, think again. On this day it was crystal blue. I noticed these ladies smoking cigarettes in the surf and having a great time. They looked to me like they had some stories to tell. $250 [wp_cart:Mocha:price:250:end]
18″ x 24″ acrylic on canvas The Original Named for the place it represents: The Original Mexican Restaurant in Galveston. My friends tell me the food is pretty good but I’ve never been there. After all the time I’ve spent in Galveston, I’d never seen it till one day about a year ago I spotted […]
Hanging on a wall in my house while it waits for a new home. The more I see it, the more I love it. Rural road to cattle ranch in Texas. It can be purchased from MelindaPatrick.com.
A recent commission. I never, in my wildest dreams, thought I would have fun painting bluebonnets but this is my second.
I always post progression images on my FaceBook page. I thought I’d share one here that I’m currently working on. I’m calling it White Umbrellas but clearly they are not. They’re close enough to white. I really don’t want white in this painting although I’ll probably put some in.
30″ x 40″ Acrylic on canvas. The road to Anderson, Texas, in Grimes County.
The first 2 milestones of a new landscape. Having fun with this one but taking my time with it as well. I’m emphasizing blocks of color more than any details. At least trying to. Everybody knows I always pack in a lot of detail. This canvas is 30″ x 40″.
Sometimes I paint a small 8″ x 10″ study before I paint the big picture.
30″ x 40″ acrylic on canvas I’ve taken an interest in painting rural landscapes. I’ve only painted a few in my lifetime. They are a challenge for me. This one is a place in Texas that I consider to be really beautiful. I pass it on my way to see my in-laws.