The Making Of “Coto de Casa Mural”

The Making Of “Coto de Casa Mural”

My son Geoff had a college video class project to come up with, so he decided to film in a few stages my progress on the mural commission I was currently working on. He added the foofy music before turning the project in for a grade.The premise of the mural was to...

The Making Of “Honey Bee Mine”

The Making Of “Honey Bee Mine”

Spending time in the natural environment is soothing to the spirit and studies show that simply gazing at an image of nature can be healing. During a morning visit to O'Neill Park last spring, I came upon a scene of honeybees collecting pollen from a stand of Matilija...

The Making Of “Orange County’s Grand Canyon”

The Making Of “Orange County’s Grand Canyon”

I've always been drawn to mountains. I love the way the hills fade into the distance. I love the long shadows, the character of the rock formations, and the sunsets. This scene depicts "The Sinks," a semi-remote geological formation in Limestone Canyon,...

Pollen Party–Elizabeth Wallace

Welcome! Studies show that looking at pleasant imagery including nature's blue sky, trees, flowers and plants can have a healing effect on the spirit. I have noticed that spending time in the garden always improves my mood.  Digging in the dirt, trimming, planting,...

Fall 2017: Works in Progress In Fast Forward

We've been hard at work  getting some new paintings ready for our upcoming Holiday party on Thursday, November 30th 2017 at the Mission Fine Art Gallery in San Juan Capistrano.  Here's a video compilation of our work in progress.  We hope you enjoy watching it as much...

How To Pack Paintings for Shipping

How To Pack Paintings for Shipping

I've had people ask how I prepare paintings for shipping, so I made a video to illustrate! I've had very good feedback on the results using this method.   https://youtu.be/ymvJUxl4jv8   I can't take credit for it. The process shown in this video was created by Jason...