Thursday, December 6, 2012


"Prescott Snow"  9" x 12"  oil/linen
Framed: $375
Unframed: $345 

I will always have special (painful) feelings about this painting. On the morning we were heading north of Prescott to find snow scenes I suffered a corneal abrasion which means two to three layers of my cornea (the white part of my eye) got stuck to my eyelid as I was asleep and when I went to open my eyes rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrip! If you have never had a corneal abrasion consider yourself lucky, it is very painful.  

I should have gone to the emergency clinic, but I was determined to paint in the snow. As I painted this scene the bright reflected light bouncing off the snow into my eye was almost too much to bear and I painted the entire scene through watery, painful squinty eyes. I think I finished a two hour painting in about 45 minutes.  

Included with the purchase of "Prescott Snow" is a complimentary copy of my new 2013 "In Celebration of Nature" calendar and the price of shipping is included in the sale price.

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