Sunday, February 26, 2012

My Dad's Art

My dad, fixer of all things.  Master piddler.  I remember when he made all our kitchen cabinets.  They took my 8th grade graduation picture with me standing in front of them!  I need to find that photo.

He's also an artist.  A very cool artist.  With amazing talent.  His choice of medium is oils.  Although he's piddled around in acrylics and pastels.  I'm lucky enough to have a few of his paintings.  
Here's most of what I have.
Love this adobe.  It's above my fireplace in the living room.
This one is in my dining room/craft room.
The only white walls in the house - in the bathroom!
I hope you all had a nice, relaxing weekend.  Have a great week ahead.  
Don't forget to breathe!

Peace,
Kay

8 comments:

Mary said...

Kay, Your dad's talent is evident in these painting. I love them all, but I can see why the adobe painting is your favorite. It looks so warm and welcoming. My husband is an oil painter. He's painted some beautiful oils. I really should post some of them. When you find the photo of you, I hope you post it.

Roudi said...

Oh my god the flowers' painting! Just plain LOVELY. No wonder you're such a creative chick. ♥
Can't wait to see your photo with your dad. :)

sandee said...

Kay, that is so nice that you have displayed your dad's art. I am sure it pleases him very much, he is very good! I hope you find the picture of you in front of the cabinets, that sounds like it was a great photo op! waving hi from the hills of North Carolina :)

Sue from Oregon said...

Wow, what talent. You are lucky to have such wonderful pictures painted by your Dad!

Craftychris said...

Your Dad is so talented, all his paintings are gorgeous. I especially love the Watermill xx

Princess Judy Palmer said...

How cool that your dad is talented and painted and that you have some of his paintings. He does great work.

Connie said...

I agree, how wonderful to have these painting of your father's. They are incredible treasures to pass on for generations to come. Your dad's art is beautiful.

Neet said...

You must be so proud of your dad, obviously he is loved a lot by you. It comes out in the way you talk about him and thanks for showcasing his work.
Hugs, Neet xx