Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Who's with Maxine

I named the one on the right Maxine, but the one on the left is hard, there's so many that will fit.

Thursday, September 28, 2017


Walking stick (staff) that I just carved out of a cedar limb from my front yard.  It is light enough that I can use it for a while and not tire, but strong enough to knock moccasins out of the way.

Wednesday, September 6, 2017

Down by the Riverside

oil on canvas
I have seen the time I was ready for this.  That old bag gets pretty heavy oftentimes.

Thursday, August 31, 2017


20x16" oil on canvas.  Corner of my property.

Friday, August 4, 2017


   Sancho tells how, while he slept, a thief put stakes under the four corners of  the pack saddle and stole his ass out from under him.     This 20x16" oil painting, I did,
 is based on a drawing by Gustave  Dore', for the book about Don Quixote.  Sancho was his sidekick.
     In an earlier post, I thought it was hilarious that while Hillary rode the democratic donkey, Donald stole her ass out from under her.  Wouldn't it be sweet justice if Barack, Hillary, Harry, Nancy, Chuck and Al woke up in the morning and their asses had been stolen out from under them?

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Cotton Scales

I have been looking for some cotton scales for a while.  I finally found these last week at the antique place on Cottonwood road.  Laney's was the name, I believe.  I hung them up on the side of the tack room in the barn.

Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Then there were four

No political commentary on this one.  Just 16x20" oil on canvas.