Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Osprey Painting and Wildlife down back

I finally was able to finish my osprey painting. I'm happy with how it turned out. I haven't been able to work on it until I got other paintings done for some shows. I've been so busy with family and paintings for shows that I have left my blog sit too long. I hope I will be able to update at least once a week for a while, but time will tell.


Our our back window, you may see animals varying from raccoons, possums, turkey, deer, bear, coyote, hawk, fishers, porkies, squirrels and much more. I've attached some photos that I took from our back field for you to see.

Mama and 3 cubs


Big tom turkey


Mama bear with her 3 cubs, one is hiding as they are playing in the trees.


One of the cubs looking for mama.


Mama is on the lookout for danger for her babies.


doe and fawn

Monday, May 24, 2010

Pheasant


Here is a pretty little female pheasant that I was able to get some photos of yesterday. I am starting to work on a bear painting now. Need to have it done by the end of June so I best get busy.

Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Art Shows and Auction

The Parklane 18th Annual International Juried Art Show runs from May 4 - June 6, 2010. The following 3 paintings of mine have been accepted to the show. You can view the show at the Parklane 18th Annual International Art Show


The Seaside 19th International Miniature Art Show runs from May 1 to June 5, 2010. The following 3 paintings of mine have been accepted to this show. You can view the show at Seaside International Miniature Art Show
On Thursday, May 13, 2010 the Lake Drive Foundation will be holding "For the Babies Gala", to benefit The SOUND START PROGRAM for babies who are deaf and hard of hearing. My painting of Goldfinch and Blue Morning Glories was chosen to be on their benefit invitations and the painting will then be auctioned off. Money made from the painting will go to the SOUND START PROGRAM.

Friday, April 30, 2010

Seaside Art Show

I have entered my first miniature art show, the 19th International Miniature Art Show at Seaside Gallery. Almost 600 miniature paintings from artists around the world on display at the gallery and online at: http://www.seasideart.com/EventDetails.aspx?id=26 I have entered three paintings at this show. The page you can view them at is http://www.seasideart.com/EventProduct.aspx?id=26&artist=521

Thursday, April 29, 2010

Bluebirds and Goldfinch

These two paintings have been licensed and made into flags, both large and small flags and also mail box covers. They are available through my site... www.judyaschrader.com I think they turned out really pretty. I think the mail box covers only fit the standard size mailbox, I have to check on that.

Saturday, April 17, 2010

Swallowtail Miniature Oil Painting

This is my latest miniature finished. It is 1.75 x 2.75. It is of a swallowtail on a rhododendron.


Friday, April 16, 2010

Grizzly Bear, Miniature Painting


This miniature oil painting is 3.25 x 3.75 and is of a grizzly bear from yellowstone. I have been working on this one and another one of a swallowtail butterfly. The swallowtail is almost done and will be up soon.

Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Black Bear and Cub

Here is my black bear painting. I did it for a competition for a black bear stamp. I did not win, however I came in 4th. I'm very pleased with how this painting turned out. This is size 8 x 10 and is on archival acid free gesso board.

Monday, April 5, 2010

Orangutan Miniature Painting

Wow, it seems like forever since I've posted a painting on my site. I've been busy getting ready for a show. I can't show that painting yet, it is not to be shown until after the show. However, I'm going to try and enter a miniature art show with my little organutan painting I did. It is size 3.5 x 5 inches. This was a lot of fun to do. My osprey painting is still sitting patiently waiting for me to come back to it. I'm thinking that if I get my act together and get a couple more minis done, another large painting of black bear for another show, I will be able to get back to it. Sometimes it feels like there are not enough hours in the day. Thank you for viewing my work.

Friday, January 29, 2010

Terry's Fish

I don't have anything new to show on my osprey painting. I had to put it up until I get done with a painting for a show. Since I didn't have anything new to show yet I though I would share a photo of my son. Terry's newest catch. This morning, Terry caught this Northern Pike, the largest pike he has ever caught. He took it to Allegheny Field and Stream to have it officially weighed and measured. The pike was 41 inches long, 22.7 pounds and 21 inches around the girth. Terry normally does the catch and release when he goes fishing, however, because this pike swallowed his lure and it was caught sideways in the fish, he couldn't save him. Since he couldn't release it, he is going to have it mounted. He is quite tickled with the fish.

Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Newest Painting being worked on, Ospreys

This is my newest painting that I am working on at the moment. It is of a pair of Osprey's in a Sugargum tree in Florida. The photograph I am working from was taken by Jack Schott (photo below). Jack was generous enough to allow me permission to use his beautiful photograph of a pair of Ospreys. The painting is a 9 x 12, the medium is water based oil paints. Updates of the painting will be uploaded when more is done.


(Photo of a pair of Osprey's in a Sugargum tree in Florida, taken by Jack Schott)

Thank you Jack Schott for allowing me to use your photo.