TROUBLE IN SILVER CITY. Oil on canvas. 24 x 36 inches. Is there hope for whoever that is in the creamer?
TROUBLE IN SILVER CITY. oil on canvas. 24 x 36 inches, plus a bit for the frame. Is there hope for whoever that is, lost in the creamer? This image is a bit darker than the original.
MEDITATION. Oil on canvas. 40 x 40 inches, plus about 1/2 inch for lath frame.
ROSIE AND SNAKE LOOK AT OLD AGE. Oil on canvas. 32 x 42 inches, plus about 1/2 inch for lath frame. A little glass of sherry helps when thinking these thoughts. The painting is not as dark as it appears here.
DREAM OF THE HAT. Oil on canvas. 30 x 40 inches.
ROSIE AT PLAY. Oil on canvas. 40 X 42 inches. In this piece and in Rosie and Snake Survey the Great Green, the yellow background is actually lighter and less muddy than these reproductions. My apologies; I couldn't seem to get the camera to record this color quite properly.
ROSIE'S DREAM. Oil on canvas. 30 x 40 inches. Again, the colors here are a bit hyped in comparison to the original.
ROSIE AND SNAKE SURVEY THE GREAT GREEN. Oil on canvas. 48 x 50 inches.
ROSIE ASLEEP IN THE HAND OF HER GODDESS. Oil on canvas. 43 x 52 inches.
Rosie is my "daughter", made of cotton, 5 feet 10 inches tall. She good-naturedly doesn't complain (or charge) for being a model for painting, along with her companion Snake.
HAT CELEBRATES. Oil on canvas. 30 x 40 inches.
MOTHER'S HAT. Oil on canvas. 30 x 40 inches. Again, the original is lighter.
RATSKA AND ROSE. Oil on canvas. 30 x 30 inches.
TEATIME. Oil on canvas. 30 x 40 inches. This one, too, appears darker than it is in reality.
THE FOLLOWING PAINTINGS HAVE BITS OF ROSIE, OR SNAKE, ALONG WITH OTHER PLAYERS IN THESE SMALL DRAMAS, LIKE MY OLD FEDORA, SOME PITCHERS, VISITING SNAKES, ETC.
QUEEN OF TEAPOTS UPSTAGES FEDORA. Oil on canvas. 40 x 40 inches. The actual painting is not garish - in that regard, different from the image here.
THE WHITE HAT. Oil on canvas. 28 X 34 inches.
RATSKA'S TRIUMPH. Oil on canvas. 22 x 28 inches. She's a little roachy here, maybe because she anticipates being, with roaches, the survivors after us. Or are we Ratska, foolishly thinking we're triumphing over the lions and the rest of nature?