Here's photos of two tiny oil paintings I made of my friend Robyn's cat, Dorian Gray. The one showing the whole body is 5x7 inches, the one of just the face is 4x4, so it was difficult for me to get a picture in focus with my old camera, and, as usual, the image quality and size have been reduced for uploading purposes.
Here's a photo of an oil painting I've been working on and am getting ready to frame. It's inspired by winter woods near my sister's house. The canvas is 2 feet long and 1 foot high (24 x 12 inches), drying on the easel (pardon the door and other items in the background). As usual, the image quality and size have been reduced for uploading purposes.
Here's a photo of a 16 by 20 oil painting on wood that I'm pretty much finished working on, inspired by autumn woods near my sister's house.
I took this photo of it while it's still on the easel, unframed (the background stuff behind the panel is just stuff in the room), on a cloudy day: the fluorescent light on the ceiling may be washing out some of the more subtle colors. As usual, I've re-sized the image and adjusted the quality for uploading.