B Is For Brushstrokes

B is for brushstrokes because I enjoy painting, and this activity allows me to create artwork for the walls of my home. I am always fascinated with the types of brushstrokes each painting contains, and sometimes brushtrokes can even tell a story. Below are a few of my paintings, all of which contain various types of brushstrokes.

I added boulders to the dark green hills on the left-hand side of the canvas.  The boulders were created with a peachy beige tint of oil paint.
I added boulders to the dark green hills on the left-hand side of the canvas. The boulders were created with a peachy beige tint of oil paint.
I created this painting with acrylics, and used sparkly paint to create the luminous effect on the San Bernardino Mountains after a snow storm.
I created this painting with acrylics, and used sparkly paint to create the luminous effect on the San Bernardino Mountains after a snow storm.
I painted a picture of this grey cat using oil paints. He has black-eyed Susans behind him as he enjoys the afternoon on a window sill.
This is my oil pastel painting of the large boulders out at the Pinnacles, which are located in the San Bernardino Mountains.
Acrylic painting of a grey cat sitting next to a morning glory.  I grew up with many cats who enjoyed sitting next to morning glories, which was the inspiration for this painting.
Acrylic painting of a grey cat sitting next to a morning glory. I grew up with many cats who enjoyed sitting next to morning glories, which was the inspiration for this painting.