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Large Paintings at Serena & Lily

On the first of each month, Serena & Lily add new paintings to their Art Collection page. Here are two of my larger pieces, new in April. 

Beach Houses 30×30


The Whispering Land, 24×30

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Small Paintings, Big Color

Spring is here in Texas! Beautiful sunny days have arrived. Here are a few springtime- inspired paintings available now in my Etsy Shop. All three are 8×10.  

Heartland 8×10


Top of the Field 8×10


Simple Song 8×10

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Coastal Living

This one was inspired by a trip to the coast this past summer. Love these waterfront cottages!

Coastal Living, 16×20


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Summerhouse, The Pinehills


This stunning showcase, by interior designer Lisa Weekes, of Brook House Design, spotlights my painting “Heartland Symphony II” which was commissioned specifically for the space. This is the Summerhouse at The Pinehills in Plymouth, MA. I just love all the pops of color and the bright and airy openness. What a gorgeous retreat!




Photos Credit: Eric Roth


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Coming to Serena and Lily

These are two of my latest paintings. They are still drying in my studio and will be soon shown on Serena and Lily.

My husband Scott and I recently took a trip to Big Bend National Park and I was inspired by the grand landscape: mountains, rough trails, bright skies and the majesty of the land.


Rugged Land 24″ x 24″


The Lone Path 10″x 30″

These will be available on Serena and Lily at the end of June.

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New Paintings on Etsy

Have a visit to my Etsy site to see some new work, including

BandofBlue BandofBlueSide

“Band of Blue” 8×10, oil on canvas

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Painting Details

The above images are views of the sides of two of my paintings. I like to paint the edges, continuing the scene around the edge, so that a painting can be hung with or without a frame. I always attach a wire or hanger on the back. Paintings 12×12 or under are approximately 7/8″ deep, and paintings larger than this are 1.5″ deep, giving the painting a real presence on the wall. Not all artists paint their edges, but I think it is a clean, modern way to display a painting.

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