Flores Para Rosa Maria
Babe Ruth Baseball Card
6 x 6" oil on board (click to bid)
On April 8th, 1967, Hammerin' Hank crushed his 715th homerun, surpassing Babe Ruth on the all-time list. On a 1-0 fastball, Henry made history when he served the pitch into the seats in left. Aaron went on to hit 755 homeruns in his illustrious major league career.
Empty Shoes No. 2
7 x 5" oil on canvas panel
The temperature dropped big time here in Nashville--so I cooked up some cocoa to warm up a little bit.
However, I liked the way the soft brown liquid looked in the bright red mug so much, that instead of drinking it--I painted it. Needless to say--both me and the cocoa are cold.
5 x 7" oil on board
A few years ago, my grandpa and I built this guitar. He had given me my first guitar, taught me how to play, and was always extremely encouraging.
Before he passed away, he told me to 'play pretty'-unkowingly naming the guitar that we had crafted together.
In this painting, I used bright, happy yellows to represent the memories that I have of him.
Well I have slacked off these passed two days, but I wanted to share something with all of you loyal visitors. I've been doing this painting a day blog for three weeks now, and I've seen the traffic flow steadily increase, so I wanted to say THANK YOU for checking it out, and KEEP COMING! Oh yeah, and TELL YOUR FRIENDS!
This is a picture that I did using pastels. It was fun to do, but there is an obvious error within the picture. Can anyone spot it?
New post to come tomorrow!
5 x 7" oil on canvas panel (click to bid)
October is here! And with October comes playoff baseball.
Revered as the greatest catch in World Series history, Willie Mays pulled off this web gem in game 1 of the 1954 World Series. This catch prevented the Cleveland Indians from taking the lead, and the Giants went on to sweep the series.