http://buettner.to/blog/index.php/2014/11/30/snowman-window-painting/ This is the other shop window that I painted earlier in the fall. It’s three panels, and took three afternoons.
Recently, the high school Art Club, of which I am a member, (and presumably the middle school one as well) was asked by some business owners in the town center to paint store windows. The guidelines for the designs were … Continued
Artist Dan Snarr created this sculpture depicting Theodore Roosevelt, the twenty-sixth president of the United States. Titled Roosevelt – The Conservationist, this sculpture was donated in 2008 by The Arizona-Dakota Connection and many others; see additional photo below for the … Continued
The sculpture in the photo below, titled “First Love”, was created by artist Carol Cunningham. I happened to notice it as I was walking back from taking photos of the fountain. I didn’t much like the photos I got of … Continued
Acrylic done in the first 2012 summer painting class. The model that came in that day was named Ivy, and was in costume as a ’60s hippy girl. My father inquired whether I had given this a title yet; since … Continued
The Aarchway Inn has two nice murals too, but they’re quite a lot more tranquil than a scene of a giant spider chasing a pack of mountain bikers. With the right optics, you can sort of see these murals all … Continued
Poison Spider Bicycles, in Moab, Utah, has a great mural painted on the side of one of their walls. My daughter used to be scared of the spider when she was little, but enjoyed looking at the scene anyway. My … Continued