Monthly Archives: July 2014

Austin Oil Painter Val Rawlings: ‘Charly and a Vase of Tulips’

An Austin Oil Painter’s Granddaughter: Charly This oil painting started with a vase of noisy peach colored tulips that were shouting “Paint Me! Paint Me!” A visit from my granddaughter Charly provided the perfect opportunity to reenact Edgar Degas’ A … Continue reading

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Vacation Paintings Delivered: ‘Babes on Bikes’, ‘Kyra in Repose’

The Story Behind My Vacation Paintings It all started with an accidental party crashing, and ended up with my finding some wonderful new friends and creating a series of memorable vacation paintings. My adventure began 10 years ago when I … Continue reading

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