Tag: western galleries

  • On The Easel… Mama’s Resting

    On The Easel… Mama’s Resting

    Title: Mama’s Resting8×10 oil on Belgium linen stretched canvas I’m so thrilled to finish this adorable little 8×10 oil painting, its been fun working on those warm & cool hues and values. It began with a quick glance. This large mama cow caught my attention a few days ago while I was driving past their […]

  • Winter Landscape Photography Tips

    Winter Landscape Photography Tips

    Photography is challenging, and chasing the light in winter can put photographers in tricky situations. Here are a few ideas for Winter Landscapes: When shooting in cold or below-freezing weather, it is critical to have a fully charged set of batteries and plenty of extra batteries.  Cold temperatures will quickly drain batteries.  Between shots, try […]

  • 6×8 Original Oil: Spring in the Hill Country

    6×8 Original Oil: Spring in the Hill Country

    Life is one big adventure and I’m always trying to absorb new things. Its fun trying out new oil painting techniques and I’m trying to learn how to do basic video editing too! lol! I just recently added Gamblin’s NEO MEGILP medium to my oil palette. I’ve only used it a couple times (outdoors mostly), […]

  • Bluebonnet Willow City Loop Oil Painting, Fredericksburg Tx Artist

    Bluebonnet Willow City Loop Oil Painting, Fredericksburg Tx Artist

    I am loving these gorgeous spring-like days here in central Texas. They’ve inspired me to dig through my archived images and pull out a photo that I took a couple years ago on the Willow City Loop just north of Fredericksburg Tx.  I used that image as a reference for this new oil painting. I’m […]

  • NEW Mini Oil Paintings

    NEW Mini Oil Paintings

    Here are some recently completed mini oil paintings… •  Secluded”(B&W Tipi) – 5×7 oil, framed   SOLD • “Calf Study”    SOLD • “Buffalo Walking” – 5×7 oil, framed  SOLD   Thanks for looking!   © 2016 Hill Country Images Reproductions (print or digital) prohibited, without written permission from the artist.

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