PAINTINGS BY GAZELLE

 

From 1996 up until my accident in 2005, I had been painting under the pseudonym of Gazelle. This was a very clever disguise for me as I lacked all the attributable characteristics associated with that very graceful and lithe creature. Actually, my husband named me Gazelle and still sees me in that light; love is truly blind!

 

These are a few of my earliest paintings, and set decorations...

A Paris Street Scene NOT FOR SALE
A Paris Street Scene NOT FOR SALE

This was my very first painting! I created this using Acrylics on a 16x20" Canvas Panel in 1995. I also entered this into the WACG 27th Annual Show in Myrtle Beach (1996) and won a Studio Too-Patron's Award for it. I always wanted to see Paris but this is as far as I've gotten so far...

Fix'er Upper  (FRAMED)
Fix'er Upper (FRAMED)

16x20" Acrylic on canvas. I don't know where the "inspiration" came from, I did not have any photo to guide me. The question always has been who or what needed the fixing? Perhaps they were both just fine for their age..

Pawnee Bill (1998)     SOLD
Pawnee Bill (1998) SOLD

Pawnee Bill was one of the favorite's of the crowd that came to see Annie Get Your Gun, especially amongst the children. This was all painted with Acrylics on 4x8 sheets of Foam Board. A great way to save cost and still get your renditions out there! And, after all it was for a church...!

A Paris Street Scene NOT FOR SALE
A Paris Street Scene NOT FOR SALE

This was my very first painting! I created this using Acrylics on a 16x20" Canvas Panel in 1995. I also entered this into the WACG 27th Annual Show in Myrtle Beach (1996) and won a Studio Too-Patron's Award for it. I always wanted to see Paris but this is as far as I've gotten so far...

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