The unpainted sunken wagon wheel in the adobe wall was so without character before. The painting of the trim which included in this house, wagon wheels, set the stage for the beauty of the plants, including rose bushes.
It is now a guesthouse, but previously was an auto repair shop. On the right, I painted the slumpstone (auto entry) area as a tall mural to instead reflect a mural of two horses tied at a hitching post.
Guest house during reconstruction.You are looking at the kitchen, the corner is where you later see a corner shaped,wall cabinet, the original front door is waiting to be painted. Drywall waiting to be hung and spackled and painted.
Horse Ranch Main House master - These two oil paintings were not enough balance for the room before set on the small shelves. In placing them on the shelves, the display had more visual weight and presence - and they worked!
Horse Ranch Main House - Studio chairs to match the trim of the 100 year old adobe house exterior - then painted the fabric backs, one says 'cowboy,' the other, 'cowgirl'. That is my wonderdog Christopher, aka Critter. He is half lab and half great dane.