Monday, February 25, 2008



Title: It's A Jolly Dolly Holiday

Image size: 24 x 30 in.

Medium: Acrylic on Canvas

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This Santa Blimp can be seen for miles away and it is lit up at night!

Ye Olde Christmas Shoppe... where you can find all kinds of ornaments (made in China, naturally) and other knick-knacks to decorate your trees and make your home truly festive for the season. Here Grandma Dolly dressed up as Mrs. Santa helps another customer.

In Jolly Dolly Farm you can pick out the tree and cut it down yourself for $5/ft. or you can request one of Santa's helpers to do it for $6/ft... plus tip, of course.

Here is a Santa's assistant delivering a tree by horse drawn sled.

Jolly Dolly Santa's helpers load up the truck to deliver the trees to local buyers who made their purchases online. Those out of town buyers will receive their trees via Fedex.

This couple hurries home with their tree... they can't wait to set it up as a centerpiece. This Christmas weekend they are going to have a party with friends and family.

This dad wonders why the tree is so heavy!

Dilemma... dilemma... how to get this tree home in the Smart car! The guy with the Hummer has no problem at all.


I hope this painting brings back many good memories of your past Christmases.... ENJOY!!!

Thank you for viewing my work.

Friday, February 01, 2008

Galloping Goose Lake


Title: Galloping Goose Lake

Image size: 24 x 30 in.

Medium: Acrylic on Canvas

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It's autumn time at the lake which I called the Galloping Goose Lake. The name "Galloping Goose" is really the name of a trail in Vancouver Island, B.C.! Here I painted a little red cabin with Adirondack chairs. See the cat looking at his own image in the water while waiting to catch a fish!

In this beautiful lake setting, the nearest neighbor is several miles away.

These Canadian geese have gathered here to discuss their flight plans to the south. They don't gallop but they can sure fly in V-formation.

A sea plane is coming in for a landing!

This plane has landed and the pilot secures the plane to the dock.

Russell the bulldog watching his master pulls up the kayak for the last time... until next summer's vacation.

The kids will be back to school and this sea doo speedster is soon to be cleaned and drydocked... until next summer's waveboarding.


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