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About Stewart

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  • Birthday 10/06/1946

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    Lutz, Florida
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    Pictorial leather work

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  1. Stewart


    That you Dwight, Know what you mean. Those tabs wear out fast. Mastering the oven now. Youknow whatching water boil sends me back to the 60's Way out cool ,Man
  2. Stewart


    Thank you Suzelle, I just dabble. I like chasing colors . the tones will be different,but the layering I will try to duplicate.
  3. Stewart


    Thanks man, All is good.i put it on the cirrious forum ( my ailment- drank more than the amount alloted for my life span) to inspire the ones with depression that there are hobbies or talents that they don't know they have . Thats to geive their brain a rest,like it does me. Here is a new on I have traced yet but will.
  4. Stewart


    I haven't worked on any thing for a month. Wife had a pacemaker implanted. 3 days ICU and 5 days in a private room.. She doing fine and i have domesicated.. Mastered the Microwave and about to with the oven.. While she was sleeping i worked on this. Took a month. The orginal idea was to brush stroke grass that blended with the conture of the ground. as you see it did not turn out that way. maybe next time when I use a fan style brush. Anyway here you go.
  5. That is do true. Butterflies make them jump higher for them.
  6. a kitten or a full-grown cat always love them when they pop out of the grass. Birds do also. Maybe a Bream whin they flutter on top of the water
  7. Stewart

    Natures light touch.

    Thank you Chuck
  8. Stewart

    Natures light touch.

    Matching colors and working on fading is kind of hard when the paint is thick, and thing doesn't work out. The flower and the butterfly are two different images , each was cropped from pictures that had backgrounds . i used print master for scaling to a four inch round. The coloring is my own choice.
  9. Stewart

    End of the Ride

    Here they are, working on color combos fading .
  10. Stewart

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    should i ride in or turn around.===== sounds like a county song. i just 2 more for the "Bug" lovers.
  11. Stewart


    I do leather for fun and enjoyment . What I display is beginners stuff. Traning wheels still on
  12. Stewart

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    Man oh man- think I need to tone down my work a little. Yeap this was a different style. Now i am getting how paintings can pull oot different emotions and memories. Adding foreground would have change it a lot. I can see a young man approaching a house thats lit up and as empty in warmth that a house could be.
  13. Stewart

    End of the Ride

    Well Really did go that far with the meaning. Not a Wordsmith am I. Light kissing. Just a romantic visit ,then in this day in time a whole bunch of formalities gets thrown out the window.
  14. Stewart

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    Same here.There are a lot of things i could added to the foreground. so the background would not stick out so much. Well That "sparking" comment does have a wide range of interpolations. I was on the gentler side- dating- old time type..
  15. Stewart

    End of the Ride

    This guy was not working. He has a purpose. a bunch of Sparking is on his mind
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