Friday, July 18, 2008

Cattle Baron's Comfort


12x16 oil on panel

The Driskill really is a lovely old hotel. And its so very refreshing upon entering from the glaring heat outside. Its full of dark wood paneling, polished marble floors, and rather masculine, earthy colors which create an oasis of southern comfort in the midst of a bustling downtown. Every once in awhile I like to check to see if they have any special room rates...until then, I can go and sit in the lobby, walk the elegant corridors and pretend I am a cattle baron's daughter.

What am I going to do with this painting? I don't know yet. Send me an email if you are interested in it.

3 comments:

Mark Bridges said...

This is a nice piece. Maybe you could name your price and have Bill Shatner get you a good rate. :)

mike rooney said...

plugged you on my blog today. you made my Top Ten Bloggers List.i hope it increases your traffic.
i especially love your work and appreciate your kind words and advice. youre one heck of a painter. keep up the good work.

Liza Hirst said...

I agree, one heck of a painter!
The space you captured in this one is incredible!

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