Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Friday, October 9, 2009

"Big PB&J"

This is an experimentation with a larger pbj painting, it is around 4 feet in length.

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Sunday, September 13, 2009

Goat on Burnt Branch Road, Darlington County SC

This is another goat from the same pasture as the grinning goat, it's is nice to live somewhere that offers such diverse imagery in a few mile radius, it helps with my magpie aesthetic.

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Friday, September 11, 2009

Thursday, September 10, 2009

"Grinning Burnt Branch Road Goat"

The Johnson Family Art Show
Here is a slide show of pictures from our gallery opening at Black Creek Arts Council, in Hartsville S.C.
The exhibit is up through the end of September.

Wednesday, August 26, 2009

"Cisco" Happy Birthday Grammy!

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This is a birthday present for my mother. This was an emotional painting to paint, we all miss Cisco very much. She was the sweetest most loving dog, we were lucky to have her be part of our lives.

Monday, August 17, 2009

Artwork by my son, Seth Johnson

This is a large self portrait my son just completed, it is in oil.

This is another piece of his.

Saturday, July 25, 2009

"Reclining Fur" [Not Available]

I painted two....yes two paintings today! I think the daily painting is going to finally help me to loosen up my painting style.
This is my dog Gizmo. She is a remarkable dog. She was a rescue. When we got her she was so small and had tiny little feet. Her head was gigantic for her little body. The vet said that she would be a small dog, 10 lbs or so grown. Now she is about 50 lbs. We call her the wake-em -up dog, because she just loves to wake you up when the alarm goes off in the morning. She pounces on top of us covering us in licks and and dances all over us until we get up.

Monday, April 20, 2009

French Press is next.

Today I am working on a painting of my french press, full of what keeps me going...

Here is another painting of mine.

Saturday, March 21, 2009

West Hartsville Baptist Church

Our community has so many beautiful churches with beautiful steeples. The first in the steeple series is West Hartsville Baptist Church. This is a very special church, the one my husband and I were married in and my mother in law's church. She has been very supportive with my art and I hope she likes the painting.

Saturday, March 14, 2009

"Kelsey no. 1" [SOLD]

I loved this pose. Kelsey has such beautiful blue piercing eyes. The color of the blue backdrop made her blonde hair glisten.

Saturday, February 28, 2009

"Derby" [SOLD]

This is a painting of our miniature daschund Derby. She is looking out the window at the cats on the porch. She hates the cats, but the cats are bigger than her and to her dismay pay her no mind.

I had a great day yesterday shopping for cool things to paint. It is funny, I used to have a terrible time making my mind up about what to paint. I have so many things planned, it is exciting. The produce section and bakery all have new meaning to me. I bought donuts and pastries, vegetables, cadbury eggs, a fancy dipped caramel apple, glassware, and cups. The possibilities are endless. My mantle is full of paintings, I have never been this prolific it feels good.

Friday, February 27, 2009


This was such a fun painting. This is of our cat Tulip. She is old as the hills but she still acts like a kitten. One day my husband and I were sitting on the front porch and we saw this blur darting around the front yard. It was Tulip playing very unlike a cat of her years.

Thursday, February 12, 2009

Pastel [SOLD]

This is an adorable little girl we spotted playing in the park in Charleston. I loved her yellow Crocs.

Thursday, February 5, 2009

"Candy Apple"[SOLD]

I was looking around for a fancy dessert to paint and I saw this candy apple. It is a Granny Smith, dipped in caramel and white chocolate and rolled in praline almonds.