TAOS IN GOLD 11″ x 14″ $475.00 acrylic on canvas

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This field of sunflowers is on Kit Carson Road on the way up to Taos Canyon.  The field was completely full of sunflowers and they were so dazzling in the bright sunlight that they looked like they were pure gold.  The field was so beautiful that I had a hard time deciding which direction I wanted to paint in.  Taos mountain sits right behind the golden sunflowers.

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‘Genesis’ original ink wash and pencil drawing, 24×30″ framed $1,100.00

This drawing resulted from a trip to Grand Cayman Island when I was visiting my brother Jim Rauch. My brother lived for years right on the sandy white beaches that were next to the turquoise blue carribean ocean. The water in Grand Cayman is so clear that you can see as if you were in a swimming pool when you are snorkling. The shells and the tropical foliage were facinating to me. One day I happened to notice that certain things in flowers reminded me somewhat of some of the lines I saw in shells. This drawing was made to show a connection between the sea and the land. I call it “Genesis” because the shell is beginning a transformation into a flower.

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‘Relativity’ by David Craig Available as a print

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“Relativity” by David Craig

I thought it would be fun to share with you a fabulous drawing of Einstein that my son David Craig did.  David gave the drawing to me for a Mother’s Day gift.  The facial features have been distorted to add  interest in the face.  Its a charcoal drawing and is one of my most treasured pieces of art.

My son began drawing as soon as he was old enough to know what a pencil was.  Since I taught art for 23 years,  I could see very early on that he had been given a gift with his drawing skills.  When he was two years old his Christmas gifts were a little table and chairs, with every kind of art material that he could want to draw and paint with.  He began to draw and has been drawing beautiful pictures ever since.  I am going to share with you some of the wonderful drawings that he is now producing as an adult artist.

“Relativity” is one of my favorites.  I will be sharing some more of David’s work with you in another post.

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“Rattletrap” Available as a print

This drawing was done as a gift for my husband Brian Neff. Brian died in April of 1997. Brian loved to bass fish with this lure. The grouping of the lures was inspired by a favorite Mexican restaurant of mine in Austin called Chuy’s. Chuy’s has masses of paper mache fish hanging from the ceiling of the restaurant. When the air conditioning blows the paper mache fish they appear as they are swimming. It was a thank you gift to Brian for taking care of my four year old son David. Brian took care of David for me during the time that I was taking an advanced drawing class at the University of Texas.

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