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Surreal Saguaro

Whimsical Works of Art by Artist Pam Davidson AKA "The Dot Lady"

Whimsical Works of Art by  Artist Pam Davidson  AKA "The Dot Lady"
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Monday, January 12, 2015

First Painting of 2015

I finished my first painting of the year.  It took longer than I thought it would.  I always think things will calm down after the holiday season but it seems things are just as hectic after the first of the year.  I tried to make time for painting every day but every time I started painting something interrupted me so I never got more than an hour at a time to work.  I finally completed this painting yesterday.
This is a version of "Flight of Fancy" which I did in the past.  It is painted on an art board. The size is 21X10 with a depth of 1 1/2".  I don't have another project lined up for now because I will be taking a trip soon.  Once I get back I hope to get back to have more time to spend painting.

Wednesday, December 31, 2014

Happy New Year to all!

I have been busy with holiday activities but did make time for painting.  I liked the cutting board I did with the tree that I titled "Flamboyant Foliage" so did an 11X14 painting of the same subject.
I also painted a small bowl with an abstract design based on Mata Ortiz pottery

And....Here is the last painting of 2014 which I did this afternoon.  It is a peacock on a small bowl.
I would like to wish everyone a very Happy New Year and may it be filled with many blessings.

Thursday, December 25, 2014

Merry Christmas 2014

This is the finished painting of "Endless Rose" which I showed in process a few blog posts ago.  For today only I will change the title to "Christmas Rose" since today is Christmas Day 2014.  I plan to enter it in a SAAG exhibition called "RED".  I think it meets the qualifications.

Because it is Christmas I had to post "Cowboy Santa".  Hope he brought you lots of presents.

Merry Christmas to all of you and may God bless you in the New Year!

Sunday, December 21, 2014

Northwest Mutual Art Exhibition

I had three works of art accepted in the up coming SAAG exhibition at Northwest Mutual which starts In January. I'll post more information on this show after the first of the year. Here are the pieces I will be showing.
Psychedelic Desert
Surreal Saguaro

Mexican Still Life Bowl

Thursday, December 18, 2014

Something New

Since I was all caught up with commissions I decided to work on an idea that had been tossing around in my head.  I had a cutting board base coated in black so chose that to work on.  I have done  many "Surreal Saguaro" paintings over the years and the thought came to me to try that concept using a tree instead of the saguaro.  Here is what I came up with.
I like to use alliteration in my titles so am calling this "Flamboyant Foliage".  Now that I tried the idea and like it I will do a canvas painting featuring this subject matter.  Before I do it on canvas I have to finish a painting I started yesterday.  I plan to enter an exhibition called "Red" which features paintings that are predominately red.  What else would I enter but my "Endless Rose"?  I am doing a new unframed version on a 21X24 art board.  Here is what I got done yesterday.
Don't forget to click on both photos to enlarge.

Friday, December 12, 2014

Three weeks worth of work!

It has been three weeks since I have done a blog post.  Being in the holiday season with many activities and time spent in the shop working on commissions that needed to be done before Christmas and finishing up a big project I started before I got the commissions I didn't have time to do a post.  Finally all jobs are done.

Here is the BIG job that I started before Thanksgiving then had to put aside to do the commissions.
This is a small side table and chair that I bought at different yard sales back in April.  They were in rough shape so I had to do some repair work.  Correction, Roger did the repair work.  I decided to paint them in such a way that they could be used as a set.  I will sell them separately if needed but would prefer to see them remain a set.  I like the way I painted the serape  draping over the edge of the chair.  It gives it a 3-D effect.

When I was in the middle of doing the above project I got two commissions.  Each was for a domino train station with a desert scene. Lucky I had 2 blank ones left. I painted them together and did them pretty much the same because they were going to different people. I used my last two so I put an order in to my son to cut me a bunch more.  I have someone who is interested in getting some but is in no hurry so it may be after the first of the year before I have them to work on.
After I finished the train stations I got a commission from friends in NY to paint their daughter's new horse.  I painted her other horse last year and did this one as a companion piece.  Each horse has a signature color which is featured in the painting.  Monroe is the new painting and Grayce is the one I did last year.
Now that I am all caught up it is time to clean the shop and start some new projects that I have been thinking of doing.  The first is an idea of new subject matter and the other is something I have done many times that I want to enter in an exhibition titled "Red".  As you probably guessed red has to be the primary color in the painting.

Friday, November 21, 2014

A Variety of Items

I have been busy since the start of Holidazzle.  I have been painting but didn't have time to take photos and  do a blog post.  I finally am making time.  I had a commission to do a Cowboy Santa painting on canvas.  Here he is.
I also did him on a cutting board which I took to the Holidazzle Gallery but forgot to take a photo.  He looks just like this one.

I did a few craft items that I put in the show to replace items I sold.  Here are a couple of bowls and an oval box.
Roger has been busy too and recently finished a couple of stained glass windows.  These were done as companions to a window he did last year.
The top two are the new windows which are on the side of a room and were done to compliment the window below which is a front facing window.
It is very hard to get good photos of stained glass.  The colors don't always come out true.  As an example, the rocks in the bottom picture look yellow but are really the same color as the rocks in the 2 pictures above.  Another example is the color of the sun in the top picture is pretty close to what it really is but the sun in the photo below looks white while in reality it is the same as the one above.

I am ready to start a new project but haven't decided what it will be yet.  Maybe I will work on the table and chair that I prepped.  I've put off doing them because I haven't decided what subject matter to paint on them.  I also have some more small bowls ready to go but again, I have to decide what to paint on them.  Decisions, Decisions!