Cuba Garlic Festival

This panel, for the Cuba Mural Project, was done by Karen Barber.  Like the rest of us, this was the first time working with a medium that dried so quickly and it created… Continue reading

Cuba Project #3 The Greenway

This panel was done by one of our very talented new students, Susan Nevinger.  The Greenway goes through Cuba on its route from Rochester to Olean.  Susan has captured one of the bridges… Continue reading

Sugaring

The next panel I am posting is done by one of the new people to join our studio family, Sandy Luckey Bonadonna.  Her wish is that horse’s harnesses were less complicated.  Just looking… Continue reading

Cuba Mural Project

Our studio has become involved with Cuba, NY’s latest wall mural.  It is a mural that will be going up soon and consists of eighteen panels.  Six of those panel are coming out… Continue reading

My Grandest Canon

This is one of Ellie’s first watercolors. I think she did a great job.

Sugar Time

This is a watercolor and ink painting by Elizabeth Oakerson.  She was reading in old diaries about how her family, in the old days, gathered the sap and made maple syrup. Thus she… Continue reading

Allegany Roadside Rose’

This is a 11×14 oil painting of some great grapes just waiting to be picked.  You can almost reach out and grab them.  Karen Barber, one of our students, just finished this great… Continue reading

Yet to be determined.

As many of you know next year’s calendar will be Outhouses.  Sally again will be writing a poem to go with it.  She is looking for any stories about outhouses. If you have… Continue reading

Blowing in the Wind

This is meant to be a pair with the recently done dandelion (Blown Away).  I would hope that someone would buy the pair.  It is done on scratchboard with just a hint of… Continue reading

Autumn Quartet

Elizabeth Oakerson, a fairly new student, wanted to learn more about developing form so she decided to paint squash.  I think she learned well.