Monday, March 1, 2021

Landscapes: Looking DownPaintings of the earth as man and nature has changed it

Myrtle on Sidewalk, pastel, 16"x24"

Flagpole, Cement, & Weeds, oil, 12"x12"

Blossoms, Eggshells, Pinecone & Twigs, oil, 12"x12"
Stripe, Weeds, & Twigs, oil, 12"x12"
Rusted, Cover, Weeds, and Stones, oil, 12"x12"
Cracks, Patches, Pebbles & Weeds, oil, 12"x12"

Flowers, Stripe & Weeds, oil, 12"x12"
Framed: Curb, Pebbles, Weeds & Patch, oil, 12"x12"

Cracks, Dried Leaf, Weeds & Twig, oil, 12"x12"

Dandelions & Anthills, pastel, 16"x24"

1 comment:

David Kelven said...

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Ameritex Flags offers wall mounted flag pole kit & a single wall mounted flag pole.
If you are in a fix on how to mount a flagpole, here is a guide for the same-
1. Set the flagpole bracket on the brick form.
2. Hold the bracket & draw a circle in each bracket's screw holes
3. Drill a hole on the marks
4. Tap the masonry anchors into the holes
5. Place the flag pole over the anchors
6. The thumbscrew on the flagpole holder needs to be loosened so as to insert the 7. flag pole. In the end, do tighten the thumbscrew.