This bronze elephant came down through the family to my sister. She lent it to me for a painting. 12 x 16 oil on board
Grampa's elephant
I love the transparency on this glass bowl. That is an 1860 beer bottle. 12 x 16 oil on board
Glass bowl with fruit
My first palette knife floral painting.  It's like smearing colored mayonnaise and allows for very bright colors.
Flowers in vase
I've had a love affair with these colorful squashes for decades. This was the first time I'd tried them with oils
                            and my first oil painting in 43 years.
Turban Squash
These are the shoes dad wore for the last couple years of his life. Dave Webster 1924-2015, 12 x 16 oil on board, NFS
Dad's Loafers
Red pepper and salal leaves on a white table cloth. 9 x 12 oil on board
Red Pepper
I bought a new knife for this painting of orange slices. 9 x 12 oil on board
Knife and Orange
I found a brass tea serving set at a flea market, the peppers were from Safeway. 9 x 12 oil on board
Peppers
Brass teapot and some vegetables. It's fun to make this stuff shiny. 9 x 12 oil on board
Pepper and Lemon
Lisa bought these for her mom, who loaned them to me. Lisa told me later she knew they'd end up out in my studio. 20 x 16 oil on board
Mother's Day
Seven dollars for flowers plus the mason jar gave me something to paint for a couple days. 12 x 16 oil on board
Roses
Seven dollars for flowers plus the mason jar gave me something to paint for a couple days. 12 x 16 oil on board
Roses
I scored big at Safeway in 2014. Both of these squashes were super fun to paint. 11 x 18 oil on board
Two squashes
This painting of a one foot tall white statue won an honorable mention at the Puyallup fair. 15 x 20 pastel
Plaster statue
Two flea market dustables and a vegetable. I was trying to minimize brush strokes during this painting. 11 x 14 oil on board
Goose & Squash
Turban squash with palette knife, 2016, 12 x 16 oil on board
Turban Squash 2016