Miner's Pass

Miner's Pass
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Thursday, February 26, 2009

The Peacock should be considered the most beautiful bird on the planet if not the most spectacular. Here is my new friend
  "Cocky the Peacock".
He is magnificent. The challenge is to capture that awesomeness. He possesses some of my favorite colors. He glimmers and sparkles. I can not even come close!

Thursday, February 19, 2009

Here is my Sandy! He is a fine example of what the Rocky Mountain Alley Cat Foundation does. He lives happily under my house, an old Victorian near downtown Denver. I have been providing for him for almost three years now. Someone had captured him in a trap and lovingly got him neutered and vaccinated and let him go. He is a feral and will not approach me. Let's just say he and I have an understanding. Live and let live.

Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Chelsea Fox
Here is Chelsea Fox. 
Bewildered and wondering how she ended up here. She loves dogs better than cats. I brought her inside when she came to me as the temperatures plummeted last November. No one has posted any signs that she is missing. I will post some signs to see if anyone is looking for her. She is a spayed female maybe a few years old.

Friday, February 6, 2009

Here are my other two paintings for Stella's coming up February 12. They are both acrylic on 10" x 8". "Arther and The Velvet Stars" and "CAW".

I have relisted my four seasons in birds. I have lowered the price. Ipainted 4 paintings this week. they were all for Stella's Coffee House on South Pearl in Denver. I have two vistas of my Denver. One is a close up view like I see where I live. The other is a little further out at Stapleton where my son and his family live. They are both 30" x 12", oil on wrapped canvas.