The “paintings” below are digital works I created with the $9.99 Procreate app for Ipad. I’ll touch them up whenever I spot ways to improve any of them. Eventually, I plan to paint them in oil. If you click on any of the Procreate images, it will redirect you to the Artpal site, where you can order your own prints.
Based on the following photo of the sunrise shining gold on the Thunderbolt Marina in the fishing village of Thunderbolt, Georgia:
Taking a Break
Based the following photo of my sisters, Sally and Laurie, on the farm taking a break under the dappled shade of the gingko trees. To see the details, zoom in on the painting on the left.
(not based on any photograph)
“March wind is a jolly fellow; He likes to joke and play. He turns umbrellas inside out, And blows men’s hats away. He calls the pussy willows And whispers in each ear, Wake up you lazy little seeds, Don’t you know that spring is here?” ~Anonymous
Off the pier at Lazaretto Creek in Tybee Island, Georgia. She’s on crutches and using her cell phone while he is fishing. Based on a small portion of the following photograph taken by my sister Sally:
Based on the following phot of sunset over the Back River on Tybee Island
Based on the following photograph of a sunrise in along the inter-coastal waterway in Thunderbolt, Georgia.
Sally in Middle School
This is from an unfinished portrait of my younger sister Sally I started when I was 21.
Page on Pageland
Page On Pageland
My sister Page hiking on the family farm.
When our parents bought it, by coincidence, it was called Pageland.
Fields of Pageland
Based on this view from the back porch of the farmhouse on Pageland Farm.
Another version of the same view
Based on this 2017 photo, enhanced with brighter colors and thicker eyebrows & hair!
Based on this photo from the farmhouse porch on Pageland.
Sister Pam in Her Forties
Based on this photo of Pam with our Dad.l emphasizing her high Native American cheekbones that I wish I had inherited.
Back River Sunset
On Tybee Island, Georgia, based on photo below with the clouds changed.