Homer’s Garden

Homers Garden 2.JPG

Homer’s Garden

Watercolor
5″ x 7″
Framed to 9″ x 12″

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Note: There will be no prints made of this painting. If you are interested in the original, please contact me.

I wrote of this painting in my Quarry House Blog this morning.  In the blog, I wrote “….  All the same, I am glad to be painting again. I am glad to be in the studio a couple of days a week. Glad to see my thoughts and emotions showing up in color and line again. This little painting, for instance, is called “Homer’s Garden.”

I was thinking about my former father in law, Homer Duty. I loved that man and I was terribly sad at his loss. I still feel it some days, particularly in the spring. He loved his yard and loved his garden, and he loved the people around him.

He would have been sad that his daughter and I divorced, but he was of such a spirit, that had he lived, I believe he would have stayed a friend. And he would have liked the woman I am marrying in a few weeks. He would likely have given me something from his garden.

The forsythia are blooming, and one of them came from a cutting from one of his forsythia bushes. I have carried those cuttings with me from place to place ever since he passed, and when they begin to bloom, I think of him.

Tom

The Texture of Pain

The Texture of Pain

 

The Texture of Pain

Watercolor
approximately 20″ x 12″
Currently unframed. Custom framing available.

If you are interested in the original, contact me. 

You may buy museum quality prints and cards here.

Homer’s Garden

Homers Garden

Homer’s Garden
watercolor
9″ x 13″
Unframed. Custom Framing Available

$225.00

You may purchase this painting, or museum quality prints and cards here.

Homer was my father in law. I loved him dearly, and he loved his gardens.
This time of year he is always on my mind. It’s been over fifteen years
since he died, but the spring always, always brings him to mind.