Monday, September 26, 2011

Ohio Pumpkin Farm

Garver Family Farm, Monroe, Ohio.  This is a great place to visit, and on this day it was quite cloudy. The close-up pumpkins in the field were not visible as the foliage pretty much covered them, but in the distance you could see the orange peeking through. Autumn has settled in. Oil on panel  6"X6" Sold

Sunday, September 11, 2011

Wednesday, September 07, 2011

Abandoned Farm by Linda McCoy

This painting is of an abandoned farm in Ohio. It has been vacant for several years, and it didn’t take long for the fields to return to wildflowers. Purple statice, blue cornflowers, yellow dandelions and white Queen Anne’s lace have grown over much of the property. The old farm house windows are boarded up with big sheets of plywood, and during the autumn it looks really spooky. I started this painting mid-summer, then set it aside while I worked on a few other paintings. It looks peaceful to me; quiet, hazy and warm like so many summer days here. Someday the land will be purchased, the old farmhouse torn down like so many others, and a new strip center will take its place, but in the summer of 2011 this is how it looks.

12"X24" Oil On Canvas. for purchase information 

Monday, September 05, 2011

Chicken, Watercolor by Linda McCoy

This is my first ever chicken painting. Not so easy! All those feathers!

About This Painting:
Watercolor chicken

Media: watercolor
Size: 11 in X 9 in (27.9 cm X 22.9 cm)
Price: $79 USD
How to Purchase:
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