In 2010 my then husband of five years decided he wanted to be closer to his family, in central Kansas. It wasn’t what I wanted, but it seemed only fair, so off we went.
In New York, there are people everywhere, and I’m relatively adept at portraying them.
But where I am in Kansas, the cows outnumber the humans, by a lot.
So I spent a fair amount of time learning to draw cows, in order to be able to use them as placeholders in my landscapes.
Hence, “The Cow Series”.
Most of these have sold- one to a gent in Australia! A few remain. And I’ve made little books with all of these paintings and drawings in the series [and a few more] in them.
I will link to a “details” post for each, below.
Prints and merchandise made using these pieces of artwork will be made available soon, and in the meantime, please ask me!
From top left- right, top to bottom:
- Windmill, oils, 12″ x 24″, 2013, Collection: L. Kutoroff, NJ.
- Ramona Barbershop, colored pencils, 12″ x 16″, 2011, Collection: S. Bordeaux, SD.
- Winter Trees on the Durham Road, oils, 24″ x 20″, 2012, Collection: G. Paydon, IN.
- Rosebank Church, Answers to Prayers, oils, 6′ x 4′, 2015. ORIGINAL AVAILABLE**. $3000.
- Brown Cow, pencil & cgi.
- Wakinyan Spring, oils, 30″ x 24″, 2013.
- Meadow [Joy], oils, 40″ x 30″, 2013. ORIGINAL AVAILABLE. $1200.
- Charcow, charcoals, 30″x 24″, 2011. Collection: M. DesJardins, Leicester, England.
- Clouds Moving Over the Land, 40″x30″, 2013. Collect’n: C. Streebgreebling, Victoria, OZ