Sunday, April 11, 2021
I painted the other day in our local cemetery. This is not the painting I did there, I did this on my Youtube channel. I took this photo that day and knew immediately when I took it I wanted to paint it. This is oil on a 8" x 10" canvas. Some great artists have done amazing paintings of cemeterys through out the years, Richard Schmid is one. So happy the weather is getting nice enough to paint out, of course our 17 year cicadas will be back soon and they will run me in lol. have a wonderful day!
Saturday, February 13, 2021
Over the years I have painted baby shoes over and over. They're just precious and I am drawn to them. Painted this last night from life, oil on a 5" x 7" panel. Sorry I have not posted much lately, blogs have pretty much went by the wayside sadly. It is kind of a journal of our work however so I keep posting. I hope this finds you well and happy. ❤️❤️
Friday, December 11, 2020
It is the time of the year that I am normally busy with pet commissions. I have had a few this year but like most of us all of my shows were cancelled this year. Not complaining, we are healthy and nothing is more important than that. I hope this finds all of you happy and healthy. All my best to you.
Wednesday, September 30, 2020
Monday, September 7, 2020
Tuesday, June 30, 2020
Hi there! I painted this recently on my YouTube channel. This is a photo I took a couple of years ago in Oldenburg Indiana, I was there on a plein air trip. This is oil on a 8” x 10” panel. Fun to paint dappled light, I just love this farm. Have a wonderful day!
Friday, May 29, 2020
Hi there! I’ve kept busy painting throughout the quarantine, I have done a lot of plein air mostly in my car and I paint a lot on my YouTube channel. I posted and painted this one last night on YouTube. I love peonies, they’re complicated but I tried to keep them painterly and paint them in an impressionistic style. I think they feel like peonies. This is oil on a 8” x 10” panel. If you would like to see me paint it you can search for my by my name Barbara Pask.