Portrait of Diana
Portrait of Diana

16" x 20"  Oil on linen.

"When I see light falling against a woman's face, or a twinkle in the eye of an elderly man that gives insight  to his youth of long ago, I am driven to interpret the world around me in paint"  -Michaek Shane Neal

Self Portrait in Light and Shadow
Self Portrait in Light and Shadow

16" x 20"  Oil on linen.

 

Portrait of Melody
Portrait of Melody

16" x 20"  Oil on linen.

Spring Time Melody
Spring Time Melody

16" x 20"  Oil on wooden panel.

Anna
Anna

16" x 20"  Oil on oval canvas.

Portrait of Rachel
Portrait of Rachel

12” X 16”  Oil on linen Raymar panel.

"Every portrait that is painted with feeling is a Portrait of the Artist, not of the sitter."  - Oscar Wilde

Feline Affection
Feline Affection

12” X 16”  Oil on linen Raymar panel.

Paige
Paige

16" x 20"  Oil on linen.

"If you paint empathetically-that is if you try to capture the feeling of what you're looking at, as well as the substance-you can have a deep connection.  Who you're painting becomes not just an isolated entity but a fellow human."  -Gregs Kreutz, "Oil Painting Essentials."

Portrait of Diana
Self Portrait in Light and Shadow
Portrait of Melody
Spring Time Melody
Anna
Portrait of Rachel
Feline Affection
Paige
Portrait of Diana

16" x 20"  Oil on linen.

"When I see light falling against a woman's face, or a twinkle in the eye of an elderly man that gives insight  to his youth of long ago, I am driven to interpret the world around me in paint"  -Michaek Shane Neal

Self Portrait in Light and Shadow

16" x 20"  Oil on linen.

 

Portrait of Melody

16" x 20"  Oil on linen.

Spring Time Melody

16" x 20"  Oil on wooden panel.

Anna

16" x 20"  Oil on oval canvas.

Portrait of Rachel

12” X 16”  Oil on linen Raymar panel.

"Every portrait that is painted with feeling is a Portrait of the Artist, not of the sitter."  - Oscar Wilde

Feline Affection

12” X 16”  Oil on linen Raymar panel.

Paige

16" x 20"  Oil on linen.

"If you paint empathetically-that is if you try to capture the feeling of what you're looking at, as well as the substance-you can have a deep connection.  Who you're painting becomes not just an isolated entity but a fellow human."  -Gregs Kreutz, "Oil Painting Essentials."

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