Sunday, July 22, 2012

Creamy, yummy, colorful, fun...too bad we can't eat it!  This is one of my many cupcake paintings that I have done.  They sell quickly, so I made sure to photograph this one and put it up on my blog.  With these paintings, I play with color.  Reds and blues in unexpected places.  Thanks for looking, now go raid the fridge!!!
6in x6in on canvas

Friday, July 13, 2012


This is a big one!  4 ft x 3 ft, oil on canvas.  These two old Ball jars remind me of my grandparents farm.  On the farm they had to keep things sealed...well sealed to keep the critters out!  As a child, I was always frustrated and equally fascinated with Ball jars! They were so hard to open and close with my little fingers, but usually they were filled with something yummy, so the work was worth it!

Tuesday, May 22, 2012

I started this painting one morning after a wonderful night filled with good wine and great friends.  It was a fun painting to create!  To do the details on the cork, I painted with a tooth pick!  
5in X 7in on canvas.
Oil.

Monday, May 21, 2012

Moving On

"Moving On" is a commissioned piece for a wonderful family who is moving away from Texas.
They are very excited for their next step to California, but Texas is such a friendly and lovely place to raise a family and make great friends.  24in x30in. SOLD 

The Story

Here's the story...this is for a wonderful family with 4 children, The Storys.  There are three girls and one boy.  Can you see that in the painting?  I am sure you do; 3 cups in sterling and 1 rattle...get it? ;)  This was a commission that I loved photographing and painting.  It is 18in x 18in on canvas. Oil.  SOLD.

Sunday, April 29, 2012

Boerne Boy

This is a large oil painting on canvas.  He is SOLD.  I am painting another for a Texas client moving to California soon.  They want to keep Texas close to their hearts!

Thursday, March 1, 2012

Laid Back Big Boy

I admit, I am a Longhorn!  As a graduate of the University of Texas, I am very partial to these hearty and mellow guys.  They can withstand drought, Texas summers and cold winters too.  All the while carrying the biggest set of horns you can imagine.  A longhorn fact for you: steers have longer horns than bulls.  I know there is a scientific explanation for this, but I can't remember it!  As soon as this one hit my Facebook page at Amy Higgins Art, I got a phone call and he is SOLD.
18in x 24in   oil on canvas

Saturday, February 18, 2012

Patience the Cow

I have switched subjects with this one!
I adore where we live in Texas.  Livestock of all kinds are within a short radius of our home.  Cows have always made me smile.  They are big and strong, but also simple and patient.  Often, the only time they rush  is when someone is rattling a bucket of grain.  They just seem content!

Keep watching, because I plan to keep going with livestock.... a longhorn is already on my easel!
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