Childhood friends. Remember the good times we had in the neighborhood?
This is Lily and the big hamster.
Laughter #51 and #52 are some of the viewers’ most favorites. Two dogs laughing was a nice variation. And all those curls, though a little challenging, was a good exercise to accomplish. It feels good[…]
Here we are at #50 of 100. I want to thank all those who sent in photos. I began this project with the hopes of becoming a better painter and to learn to manage my[…]
These two are grouped together because they involve happy people who are getting kissed. Special moments!
I’m catching up again…. Here are #46 and #47. Light and shadow. Even photographic shadows make a painting interesting to paint just as they are. I’m always wondering how to make the most of painting[…]
Laughter #44 was a little different. Although some photos utilize flash this one is defined by the flash. Good practice for me! Laughter #45 is cropped almost in half from the original. There was[…]
This is Laughter #43. I do believe this is mom and kids having a laugh. I feel honored by the folks who send in photos and are participating in the Laughter Project. I have received[…]
Oh boy, I’m falling behind in my posting! Here are #41 and #42. #41 is my older brother and me playing. We were about 3 and 2 years old, living in East San Diego. My[…]