Monthly Archives: October 2007

Halloween Night ~ Stay Away From My Candy, You Little Brat

By W.R. Jones       I first posted this painting on http://www.cafecrem.wordpress.com last week in reference to coffee cups.  Here it is used as a symbol of Halloween.  This is known as multiuse, or sometimes by the more common phrase … Continue reading

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Cotton Pickin’ Cotton

by Lisa            About a year ago, a friend of mine, who is very much into decorating, mentioned that she was looking for some cotton pods like the ones above to fill a pot with. I got to thinking … Continue reading

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Confessions Of An Idiot and Ramona’s New Beau

By W.R. Jones   The spot of yellow in this Idaho study coupled with the recent fire storms we are having in California triggered a memory of one of my multitude of extremely stupid ideas.  Also at work bringing back … Continue reading

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Southern Style

by Lisa       I just returned from my trip to the South. I grew up there (Nashville and Tuscaloosa, Alabama) and my dad still lives in Tuscaloosa, so I get to “go back home” once in a while. One of the … Continue reading

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Ramona’s Painted Cow

By WR Jones This painting of Wyoming cows was not convincing for Ramona. She, and a few others, thought those black areas looked like rocks. These shapes are probably fairly correct (I’d like to say they were absolutely correct, but … Continue reading

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End Of The Fence

By WR Jones     As I remember it – boy, this is a wide open statement for someone with my memory.  I could just as easily start talking about a popcorn ball fight at the Roxy when I was 10.   But, I’m having … Continue reading

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A Portrait Of Jenny

By W.R. Jones   Jenny is one of my daughter’s friends I painted several years ago.  Most of it is made up as I worked from a small snapshot.  I had my daughter pose holding the scarf in an attempt to … Continue reading

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