Juanita Barrow and Amy Patterson, after thirty plus years as art educators, are finally able to concentrate on their own art. Both are accomplished ceramic artists and Juanita is also a talented metal fabricator. Now these two women are focusing their creative efforts on two dimensional works. Juanita and Amy are represented by the Front Porch Art Gallery on Wildwood Avenue in Columbus, Georgia.

Juanita and Amy have been friends since meeting in Athens, Georgia in 1977. Their career paths brought them back together in Harris County, Georgia in 1989. They worked together in the same school system until Amy’s retirement in 2007. When Juanita retired in 2010 they decided to get together and pursue painting professionally. Since then they have painted together several days a week; encouraging, motivating and critiquing each other just as they have done for their many students over the years.

Amy Patterson

  BAmyPatt@yahoo.com

Amy Patterson is primarily a landscape artist. She has a love affair with the palette knife and finds that it is the perfect tool for creating the texture for which she has a passion. Intense, thick layering of color is also a signature of much of her work. Several themes have developed in Amy’s work over the years which reflect her interests and travels. A fascination for the changes in the atmosphere due to time of day, weather conditions and season resulted in a series of paintings of the sky. Graduate work in France, including a visit to Monet’s garden at Giverny, fostered an avid interest in painting water lilies and landscapes. A third recurring theme in her painting is the love of reflections in any form but particularly those of the light and color from surrounding objects on bodies of water.

Mrs. Patterson’s paintings have been shown in the Alabama Watercolor Society Exhibit, Georgia Art Education Association Members Exhibit, the Georgia Art Education Association Governor’s Exhibit, University of West Georgia Graduate and Alumni Exhibits, Columbus Artists’ Guild Members Exhibitions, the Georgia National Fair, the National League of American PenWomen Biennial Exhibit in Atlanta, the Bank of America on Peachtree Street in Atlanta, and Site 109 Gallery in New York.

Amy received her undergraduate degree in Art Education in 1974 and her Masters Degree in 2003. She has taught art to every age level in the public school systems of Georgia. During her tenure in Harris County her high school students won numerous awards in local, regional, state, and national competitions. After thirty years of teaching Amy has retired to concentrate on her own creativity. Amy was born in Chamblee, Georgia and has lived the majority of her life in this state. She presently resides in Midland, Georgia with her husband Pat. Amy is represented by the Front Porch Gallery on Wildwood and Freeze Frame on Broad in Columbus, Georgia.

The copyright for each art work on this site remains with the artist. No unauthorized reproductions of Amy's works is permissible without written permission from Amy Patterson.

 

Paintings by Amy Patterson:

Oil Acrylic Paintings and Artwork
ABG Cue Are Code
   Oil on canvas, 50″H × 40″W
  Members' Choice Award, Columbus Artists' Guild 2012 Members Exhibit — Award of Merit, 2012 Georgia National Fair — Best in Show, Art in the Armory Exhibit ,2015 — While in the planning stages for this painting of one of the ponds at the Atlanta Botaniclal Gardens, I attended a training session to be a sculpture walk docent for the 2012 sculptures in the Columbus Sculpture Walk (GA). One of the organizers was explaining that the QR codes were to be added to the bases of the works the next day. Not being technologically savvy, I had never heard of the QR codes although I had seen those little squares on advertisements. In my mind I visualized what she said as Cue Are code. It struck me as humorous that even traditional art work was being integrated into the computer age. Since my husband and I are usually the last to get any of the newest technological gadgets, I decided that my next painting would have to be a part of the 21st Century and have its own QR code. But no black and white code. It had to be in color!
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Afternoon Light over Vezelay
   Oil on canvas, 24″H × 36″W
  Some years ago I was traveling with a group of art majors through southern France. We spent the night in a monastery atop a hill so steep the bus could not get to the top. From our dormitory window was this wonderful view of the rooftops and small village below. I loved the composition and the afternoon light on the buildings.
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Autumn at Lake Harding
   Oil on canvas, 36″H × 36″W
  My husband and I went for a boat ride at Lake Harding one autumn afternoon and these Bradford Pear trees lined a point near the "long bridge", as the locals call it. The scene combined both my favorite color and my passion for objects reflected in water and so became the subject matter for this painting.
SOLD
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Ballastone Inn
   Oil on canvas, 24″H × 18″W
  This bed and breakfast in Savannah,GA always had an inviting entrance surrounding the curved stairs to the front door. Year after year I stopped to admire this scene when I attended the Art Educators Forum sponsored by the Savannah College of Art and Design.
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Before Noon
   Oil on canvas, 14″H × 18″W
  This Columbus, GA uptown scene was the result of a plein air experience organized by the Columbus Artists Guild and was featured on the Joseph House Art Gallery's invitation to the April 2012 Plein Air Exhibit held in conjunction with the 2012 ArtBeat of Columbus.
SOLD
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Birdhouse Slough
   Oil on canvas, 24″H × 18″W
  This is a scene from Lake Harding in the fall. My husband spent his summers and weekends at Lake Harding as a boy and traveled all over the waters in his search for the best fishing. Because this slough had a bird house on a tall pole when he was a boy he continues to call it the birdhouse slough, thus, the title.
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Blinded by the Light
   Oil on canvas, 36″H × 30″W
  Blinded by the Light is one of a series of abstractions with which I began experimenting after a workshop in New York. From a very young age I have loved texture. The texture in my paintings up to this point has been a result of the use of a palette knife. But in this painting I have relied on the implied texture created by tools and textiles which were painted and applied to the surface. — Alumni Award, University of West Georgia Biennial Exhibit 2017
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Chateau de Chenonceau
   Oil on canvas, 30″H × 40″W
  While taking an art history course in France, the class studied various art works and architecture of note and then visited what we had studied. What a way to study art history! This painting is a result of a field trip to Chenonceau and features the part of the castle which spans the river. The main portion of the castle is behind the trees to the right. But my interest was captured by the reflections of the castle and trees in the river.
Oil Acrylic Paintings and Artwork
Childlike Wonder
   Oil on canvas, 16″H × 12″W
  This work is based on the Frog Boy sculpture overseeing one of the ponds at the Atlanta Botanical Gardens. His delight in the ponds and the frogs with which he cavorts is infectious.
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Crescendor Pbriteresiz
   Oil on canvas, 30″H × 40″W
  One of my good friends and painting cohorts treated me to a morning hike at Callaway Gardens near Pine Mountain, GA during the azalea season. This painting is the result of that photo opportunity. Crescendo at Callaway is currently on display at the John B. Amos Cancer Center in Columbus, GA.
Oil Acrylic Paintings and Artwork
Dance of the Water Nymphs
   Oil on canvas, 48″H × 60″W
  A visit to the Atlanta Botanical Gardens in the fall was the inspiration for this painting. I am fascinated with the reflections of the fall foliage and the waterlilies hovering over them.
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Davidson Drama
   Oil on canvas, 30″H × 40″W
  This painting is from a visit to my husband's relatives in Brevard, North Carolina in the fall of 2015. Captured this image while walking along the Davidson River near there. &emdash; Davidson Drama is currently on display at the John B. Amos Cancer Center in Columbus, GA.
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Double Transport
   Oil on canvas, 14″H × 18″W
  This is a plein air painting of a scene from the Columbus, Georgia riverwalk featuring two of the bridges across the Chattahoochee River, one a railway and the other, the Dillingham Street Bridge. These are two of the four bridges which link Columbus with Phenix City, Alabama. The painting was created in conjunction with the ArtBeat of Columbus 2012.
SOLD
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Early Arrival
   Oil on canvas, 32″H × 37″W
  On a recent visit to Tuscany with the Il Chiostro company my attention was captured by the bright tablecloths on the tables of this outdoor cafe. This cafe was in Pisa but cafes lining the streets are typical of the towns in Italy. Early Arrival was juried into the LUCE: The Magic of Italian Light exhibit at the Site 109 Gallery in New York and won the Waverly Hall Art Group Award in the 2014 Columbus Artists' Guild Exhibit.
Oil Acrylic Paintings and Artwork
Encircled
   Oil on canvas, 48″H × 24″W
  Encircled is another painting in the series of water lilies. The inspiration for this one is again from the Atlanta Botanical Gardens in the autumn.
Oil Acrylic Paintings and Artwork
Final Destination
   Pastel on pastel board, 12″H × 18″W
  For several years when traveling east through Georgia, I have seen this old truck "put out to pasture" near Fort Valley, Georgia. Last fall I finally stopped to take photos of it. The old barn with warped boards and various holes through which the light entered was the perfect setting for the truck.
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Flight Patterns
   Cradled panel board, 30″H × 36″W
  Flight Patterns is another in a series of paintings on panel board which I started at the beginning of 2017. In this piece the patterns of lines create the bold and subtle textures I am drawn toward. It begins with layering paint, pulling lines and shapes through the paint and then applying more. Then I back up and see what the shapes suggest. Some get emphasized and suggest the direction I should follow which is how Flight Patterns got its name.
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Fluid Fantasy
   Oil on canvas, 40″H × 30″W
  This painting is the second in a series of works which focus specifically on the reflections in the water. I have always had a passion for texture and intense color and I thinks this work sums up the two of those passions.
SOLD
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Ginko Glory
   Pastel on paper, 16″H × 24″W
  On my daily walk this autumn scene captured my fancy and I returned to photograph it and then create this pastel work.
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Giverny
   Oil on canvas, 48″H × 60″W
  A visit to Monet's waterlily pond at Giverny was the inspiration for this painting and the beginning of my fascination for the reflections of objects on the surface of bodies of water.
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Gray Day Canon
   Oil on canvas, 10″H × 8″W
  This painting was created after a visit to a friend's condo at New Smyrna Beach for a chance to get some much needed new inspiration. We arrived the day Hurricane Sandy swept through the area and I was intrigued by this view of a boat under the cloudy sky.
SOLD
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In the Studio
   Acrylic on paper, 30″H × 20″W
  Second Place, 2012 Georgia National Fair — The glasses from the kitchen which have been dropped and cracked find a new purpose in my studio. While painting one day, I glanced up at these glasses holding my tools and noticed all the interesting reflections of these and the backyard on my glass palette. Thus they became the subject matter of my next painting in which I used acrylic in a watercolor manner. This painting is currently on display at the Columbus, Georgia airport.
Oil Acrylic Paintings and Artwork
Japanese Bridge at Giverny
   Oil on canvas, 16″H × 20″W
  Inspired by a visit to Monet's waterlily pond at Giverny in France, this is a view of the Japanese Bridge from the viewpoint of the bridge at the opposite end of the pond. The greenery to the left and right of the painting is from the vine which is growing all over this walking bridge. Commissioned work.
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Japanese Bridge Over the Waterlily Pond
   Framed oil on canvas, 48″H × 60″W
  The beginning of my fascination for water and reflections was a visit to Monet's waterlily pond at Giverny in France. This is one of the scenes of the Japanese Bridge as seen from the opposite side of the pond.
Oil Acrylic Paintings and Artwork
L'Aure de Bayeux from the Bridge
   Oil on canvas, 40″H × 30″W
  This was my favorite spot to sketch in Bayeux, France when I was taking graduate art courses there. While walking through the town my feet kept carrying me back to this charming bridge over the river of Bayeux.
Oil Acrylic Paintings and Artwork
Marina Marauders
   Oil on canvas, 8″H × 10″W
  Juanita and I were invited to visit New Smyrna Beach for some new inspiration. I was entertained by these characters for thirty minutes at the marina and decided to use these White Ibis as the subject of my next painting.
SOLD
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Marina Melody
   Oil on canvas, 24″H × 48″W
  This is the first painting in a series that pertains to my interests in the reflections of objects on the surface of the water. In this series I have begun to focus on the reflections exclusively. There is a musical quality to the shapes and the relationships of the shapes and colors which inspired the title. oil painting of market day in Bayeux, France
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Market Day Marvels
   Oil on canvas, 40″H × 30″W
  Market Day Marvels is a scene from the Bayeux, France market day which I captured when I was taking some courses there for my masters degree. This painting is currently on display at the John B. Amos Cancer Center in Columbus, GA.
Oil Acrylic Paintings and Artwork
Peace
   Oil on canvas, 30″H × 40″W
  Another in the series of atmospheric paintings , this work is of a scene which filled me with a sense of peace and happiness.
Oil Acrylic Paintings and Artwork
Pelican Brief
   Oil on canvas, 30″H × 40″W
  Our good friends generously offered their New Smyrna Beach condo to us again so I returned to the marina to do some more birdwatching. At the edge of the marina men were cleaning the day's catch and tossing the remains into the water. Pelicans came swooping in by the dozens for the feast. A red boat was docked right by the action and the pelicans swimming in and out of the red reflections were fascinating.
Oil Acrylic Paintings and Artwork
Piglet Pleasure
   Oil on canvas, 16″H × 20″W
  Second Place, 2012 Georgia National Fair I captured this family portrait of the Pig of Bayeux at the local Renaissance Fair in Bayeux, France while I was taking graduate courses in Bayeux. It is one of my favorites since the little piglet with the smile seems to be so full and happy.
Oil Acrylic Paintings and Artwork
Poppin'
   Oil on canvas, 16″H × 20″W
  The inspiration for this painting was the poppy area of the Botanical Gardens of Bayeux in France.
SOLD
Oil Acrylic Paintings and Artwork
Puzzled
   Oil on framed canvas panels, 36″H × 36″W
  Several years ago I did a painting for my daughter in nine panels at her request. Of course, it was up to mama to help her line those up evenly every time she moved to a new home. Not an easy task. But the last time I played around with the order and liked it very much. The idea of the nine panels and the ability to re-arrange at will came from that experience. The frame for Puzzled was designed by a cabinet maker so that each of the paintings can be placed in any direction (except diagonally) and in any order and still fit within the frame eliminating the need to hang nine separate pieces. — Best in Show, Columbus Artists' Guild Members Exhibit 2017
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Rite of Passage
   Oil on canvas, 40″H × 30″W
  This is a portrait of my granddaughter at the hairdresser having just had her first grown-up hairdo before her role as flower girl in her aunt's wedding. I caught her with the reflections in the mirrors as she waited patiently for her sister's hair to be finished. The pose seemed to mirror her personality; calm, serious and sweet.
Oil Acrylic Paintings and Artwork
Solace
   Oil on canvas, 48″H × 60″W
  Merit Award, 2011 Georgia National Fair This scene appealed to me because of the calm, contemplative quality. Not only the mood, but the contrast of the brilliant reds of the boat against the greens in the stand of trees surrounding the lake captured my fancy. As always, I am fascinated by water; the reflections in water, objects floating on the surface of water, things under the surface and smooth versus rippled or choppy water.
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Oil Acrylic Paintings and Artwork
Standing Ovation
   Oil on canvas, 36″H × 24″W
  This scene from one of the ponds at the Atlanta Botanical Gardens focuses more on the vertical plants rising from the water than the lilies floating on the water which are usually my passion, thus the title. — Standing Ovation was juried into the 2014 National Biennial exhibit sponsored by the National League of American Pen Women and was awarded the Jean Baber Memorial Award of Merit.
SOLD
Oil Acrylic Paintings and Artwork
Stood Up
   Oil on canvas, 36″H × 18″W
  This is a painting of the poppy garden at the botanical gardens in Bayeux, France.
SOLD
Oil Acrylic Paintings and Artwork
Subtle Seduction
   Oil on canvas, 30″H × 24″W
  Subtle Seduction is another painting from a fall visit to the Brevard, North Carolina area. Walking along the banks of the Davidson River was the inspiration for this painting. It is currently on display at the Front Porch Gallery on Wildwood in Columbus, GA.
Oil Acrylic Paintings and Artwork
The Sentinel
   Oil on canvas, 30″H × 40″W
  Inspired by an autumn visit to the Atlanta Botanical Gardens, this waterlily bud and its reflection on the still water of the pond seemed to be standing guard over the rest of the plants. I enjoy painting different bodies of water and the reflections of objects surrounding the water and those of plants and other objects within the water.
SOLD
Oil Acrylic Paintings and Artwork
Three Amigos
   Oil on canvas, 40″H × 16″W
  The inspiration for this painting was the result of a visit to Gibbs Garden near Ball Ground, GA last fall. .
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Tranquility
   Oil on canvas
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Triumvirate
   Oil on canvas, 36″H × 48″W
  Indulging again in my passion for the objects floating in and reflected upon water is this painting of lilies at Gibbs Garden near Ball Ground, GA.
Oil Acrylic Paintings and Artwork
Turbulence
   Oil on canvas
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Wake Up Call
   Oil on canvas, 36″H × 60″W
  Life-long friends invited Juanita and I to stay in their condo in New Smyrna this past October (2012) to gather inspiration for some new paintings. The weekend we planned to go just happened to be the weekend Hurricane Sandy rolled up the Florida coast. We delayed our departure by one day to avoid the worst of the storm. We pulled ourselves out of bed our first morning there to catch the sunrise over the ocean and were rewarded with the wonderful colors and storm surf.
Oil Acrylic Paintings and Artwork
Washboard Sky at Sunset
   Oil on canvas, 38″H × 43″W
  This sunset appeared over the cemetery of the fallen WWII soldiers as seen from some of the hostel windows in Bayeux, France. The intensity of the reds to yellows against the darkening sky seemed to speak of the tragic loss of lives in this area of Normandy. This painting is currently on display at the Columbus, GA airport.
Oil Acrylic Paintings and Artwork
When Feathers Fly
   Oil on canvas, 36″H × 30″W
  This painting is one from a new series I have been working on using a technique I learned in New York in 2018.

Juanita Barrow

  CreatedByJuanita@yahoo.com

Juanita Barrow is a contemporary artist painting in a realistic style. She is very interested in infusing light into her paintings and depicting the way light affects color. Although many of her paintings are landscapes she also enjoys painting horses and other animals.

Juanita received her degree in art education in1975 and her masters in art education in 1980. She spent thirty three years in education mostly as an art teacher. She also worked in ceramics during that time creating sculptural teapots, ocarinas and other utilitarian objects. In the late 1990’s she became interested in jewelry and metals fabrication and pursued those interests as well. She still creates ceramic sculptural objects and does some jewelry fabrication. However Juanita is now returning to her interests in painting and is beginning to paint. She recently entered one of her paintings in the Columbus Artists Guild Members' Exhibit where she won an award as a first exhibitor. She also plans to show work in the upcoming Alumni Exhibit at the University of West Georgia, the Vanderbilt University Medical School's 3rd Annual Art Exhibit in Nashville, Tennesee, and the Georgia National Fair in Perry, Georgia.

Juanita lives near Columbus, Georgia with her husband and pets. Most of the ideas for her paintings come from the surrounding countryside, from their land in Taylor County, Georgia and from her travels. Currently her work can be found online.

The copyright for each art work on this site remains with the artist. No unauthorized reproductions of these works is permissible without written permission from Juanita Barrow.

 

Artwork by Juanita Barrow:

Oil Acrylic Paintings and Artwork
Across the Bay
   Oil on canvas
  The view of houses at sunset across the bay on Tybee Island Georgia.
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Afternoon Light
   Oil on canvas, 24″H × 30″W
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Baa Baa Black Sheep
   Oil on canvas block, 6″H × 4″W
  Painting of a black sheep facing the viewer from a photo of a herd going down the road in Colorado.
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Beach Party
   Oil on canvas, 8″H × 12″W
  Four wild ponies on the beach on the Outer Banks of North Carolina.
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Broadway Uptown
   Oil on canvas, 11″H × 14″W
  SOLD
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Callaway
   Acrylic on canvas, 10″H × 20″W
  SOLD
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Cape Hatteras Sunset
   Oil on canvas, 8″H × 24″W
Oil Acrylic Paintings and Artwork
Chincoteague Landscape
   Acrylic on canvas, 12″H × 24″W
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Chincoteague Ponies
   Acrylic on canvas, 24″H × 48″W
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City Market
   Acrylic on canvas, 18″H × 24″W
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Claires Creek
   Oil on canvas, 8″H × 10″W
  SOLD
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Claires Creek II
   Oil on canvas, 8″H × 10″W
  SOLD
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Columbus Across the River
   Oil on canvas, 10″H × 20″W
  SOLD
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Concord I
   Acrylic on canvas, 9″H × 12″W
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Concord-II
   Acrylic on canvas, 9″H × 12″W
Oil Acrylic Paintings and Artwork
Cone Flower
   Oil on canvas, 7″H × 5″W
  SOLD
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Day's End
   Oil on canvas, 24″H × 48″W
  Purchase Award & Second Place 2011 Georgia National Fair
SOLD
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Double Heading
   Arcylic on canvas, 11″H × 14″W
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Draft Horse Blues
   Relief print on paper
  The horses were from Savannah Georgia.
Oil Acrylic Paintings and Artwork
Draft Horses
   Acrylic on canvas, 30″H × 44″W
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Early Morning
   Acrylic on canvas, 12″H × 24″W
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End of the Line
   Acrylic on canvas, 14″H × 11″W
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Fall
   Oil on canvas, 8″H × 11″W
  SOLD
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Fall Afternoon in Mauk
   Oil on canvas, 24″H × 36″W
  This is a painting from a scene in Mauk, Georgia.
Oil Acrylic Paintings and Artwork
Fall at Home
   Acrylic on canvas, 9″H × 12″W
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Fall in Fortson
   Oil on canvas, 8″H × 10″W
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Fall on the Heiferhorn
   Oil on canvas, 24″H × 30″W
  SOLD
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Fall on the River
   Oil on canvas, 16″H × 48″W
  Buffalo River in Tennessee in the fall of the year.
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Fields in Afternoon Sun
   Oil on canvas, 12″H × 24″W
  SOLD
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Forest
   Oil on canvas, 24″H × 39″W
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Fortson Creek
   Oil on canvas, 8″H × 10″W
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Have You Any Wool?
   Oil on canvas, 6″H × 4″W
  Sheep painted from a photo taken during my travels out west where the herd of sheep were taking a walk down the highway.
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Historical Broadway
   Oil on canvas, 12″H × 24″W
  SOLD
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Hitched
   Limited edition linoleum print
  Two mules in harness. It was created from images taken at Mule Day in Reynolds Georgia.
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Horses Grazing
   Oil on canvas, 13.5″H × 28″W
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Jekyll Island Sunset
   Oil on canvas, 13″H × 27″W
  SOLD
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Lakeside Blues
   Acrylic on canvas, 20″H × 30″W
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Late Afternoon Light Oceanside
   Oil on canvasboard, 7″H × 9″W
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M & M Revisited
   Oil on canvas, 22″H × 28″W
  Closeup of two draft horses. The painting has been divided into grids and the colors intensified for a more abstract effect. The original photo was from Mule Day in Reynolds Georgia and the horses were named Molly and Moe.
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Marsh *****
   Oil on canvas, 8″H × 24″W
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Marsh at Sunset
   Oil on canvas, 8″H × 24″W
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Molly and Moe
   Oil on canvas, 16″H × 20″W
  Two grey draft horses standing in harness tied to a tree. They were participating in Mule Day in Reynolds.
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Mule Day Pals
   Oil on canvas, 23″H × 24″W
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New Smyrna Beach
   Oil on canvas, 6″H × 12″W
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Ocean Study
   Oil on canvasboard, 6″H × 4″W
  A wild pony on the Outer Banks of North Carolina standing in the ocean surf.
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Outer Banks Reflections
   Oil on canvas, 9″H × 12″W
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Path to Mulberry Creek
   Acrylic on canvas, 20″H × 24″W
  SOLD
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Pear and Red Grapes
   Pastels on paper, 11.5″H × 9″W
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Poppy I
   Oil on canvas, 10″H × 8″W
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Poppy II
   Oil on canvas, 10″H × 8″W
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Poppy III
   Oil on canvas, 10″H × 8″W
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Poppy-IV
   Oil on canvas, 10″H × 8″W
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Powerhouse II
   Oil on canvas, 12″H × 12″W
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Reflections-of-Sunset.jpg
   Oil on canvas, 8″H × 24″W
  SOLD
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River Dam
   Acrylic on canvas, 14″H × 18″W
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River Sentinels
   Oil on canvas, 26″H × 48″W
  The river walk on the Chattahoochee River in Columbus Georgia.
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River Sunset
   Oil on canvas, 30″H × 40″W
  Landscape painting of the bank of the Buffalo River in Tennesse at sunset.
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River Walk
   Oil on canvas, 10″H × 20″W
  SOLD
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Riverview
   Oil on canvas, 18″H × 34″W
  This painting depicts the Columbus riverwalk in Columbus, Georgia including a view of the powerhouse and the buildings that surround and overlook it.
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Round House
   Oil on canvas
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Spring I
   Acrylic on canvas, 8″H × 10″W
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Spring II
   Oil on canvas, 8″H × 10″W
Oil Acrylic Paintings and Artwork
Steps to the River Walk
   Oil on canvas, 14″H × 11″W
Oil Acrylic Paintings and Artwork
Stormy Day
   Oil on canvas, 12″H × 24″W
Oil Acrylic Paintings and Artwork
Sunlit Cones
   Oil on canvas, 12″H × 24″W
  SOLD
Oil Acrylic Paintings and Artwork
Sunrise at Tybee
   Oil on canvasboard, 8″H × 10″W
Oil Acrylic Paintings and Artwork
Sunrise over the Ocean
   Oil on canvas, 9″H × 12″W
Oil Acrylic Paintings and Artwork
Sunset
   Oil on canvas, 24″H × 36″W
Oil Acrylic Paintings and Artwork
Sunset on Ocracoke
   Oil on canvas, 20″H × 20″W
  The harbor at Ocracoke Island North Carolina at sunset. the painting has been broken into grids to give an abstract quality to the painting.
Oil Acrylic Paintings and Artwork
Sunset Reflections on the Outer Banks
   Oil on canvas
Oil Acrylic Paintings and Artwork
Teamwork
   Oil on canvas, 27″H × 27″W
  Third Place 2012 Georgia National Fair.
Oil Acrylic Paintings and Artwork
The Hornets Nest
   Oil on canvas, 12″H × 16″W
  SOLD
Oil Acrylic Paintings and Artwork
The Hornets Nest II
   Oil on canvas, 12″H × 16″W
  SOLD
Oil Acrylic Paintings and Artwork
Trooper
   Oil on canvas
  This is a portrait of our Britany Spaniel Trooper. The dog got his name because he was a rescue that had survived some hard challenges in his life.
Oil Acrylic Paintings and Artwork
Turner's Farm
   Oil on canvas, 12″H × 16″W
  SOLD
Oil Acrylic Paintings and Artwork
Tybee Sunset
   Acrylic on canvas, 24″H × 36″W
Oil Acrylic Paintings and Artwork
View from the Porch
   Oil on canvas, 8″H × 10″W
Oil Acrylic Paintings and Artwork
View of the River
   Oil on canvas, 24″H × 18″W
  SOLD
Oil Acrylic Paintings and Artwork
Whitewater Creek
   Acrylic on canvas, 18″H × 50″W
Oil Acrylic Paintings and Artwork
Whitewater Study
   Oil on canvas, 8″H × 10″W
Oil Acrylic Paintings and Artwork
Bowl with Frogs
   Ceramic
  Wheel thrown ceramic bowlwith hand formed frogs. Food and dishwasher safe. 4 inches tall and 11 1/2 inches wide at the rim.
Oil Acrylic Paintings and Artwork
Fish Fountain
   Ceramic
  Sculptural ceramic fish garden fountain with green glaze. The overall fountain is approximately 10 1/2 inches high and 12 inches in diameter. The fish sits on lily pads and can be removed and used separately. It is approximately 8 inches high by 7 1/2 inches wide and 9 inches long.
Oil Acrylic Paintings and Artwork
Horse Teapot I
   Gray Ceramic
  Functioning ceramic teapot. Food and dishwasher safe. Approximately 8 inches tall. Purchase Award, 2011 Georgia National Fair
SOLD
Oil Acrylic Paintings and Artwork
Horse Teapot II
   Black, Gray and White Ceramic
  Functional ceramic sculptural teapot glazed in black gray and white and approximately six inches high, four inches wide and ten inches long.
Oil Acrylic Paintings and Artwork
Horse Teapot III
   White Ceramic
  Functional ceramic horse teapot with white glaze approximately 6 inches high, 5 inches wide and 11 inches long.
Oil Acrylic Paintings and Artwork
Horse Teapot IIII
   Ceramic & Paint
  A functional sculptured ceramic teapot of a paint horse glazed in white and brown with an indian blanket lid. it is approximately 7 inches high, 5 inches wide and 11 inches long.
Oil Acrylic Paintings and Artwork
Slab Vase
   Ceramic
  Handmade ceramic slab vase, approximately 16 inches tall.