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“Educational Writings-Discourse, Part XLIII: the Life and Times of Beverly Carrick—World-Famous Artist, Part Twenty-Two!” by Moses Scharbug III



MOUNTAIN released their twenty-sixth album, “Official Live Mountain Bootleg Series #11—Brandywine Club, Chadds’ Ford, PA—27-May-1981” in 2006 and yet again, we have another installment of the band’s official live bootleg recordings!  The problem with Mountain is that unlike the Grateful Dead, the band broke up and reformed whenever they felt like making some money, which means we keep getting the same old tunes repeatedly!  Still, use the link posted above, go to Amazon.com, and buy it NOW in order that your collection of their recordings is complete!  Thank you so much!       


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EDUCATIONAL WRITINGS-DISCOURSE, PART XLIII



Educational Writings-Discourse, Part XLIII: the Life and Times of Beverly Carrick—World-Famous Artist, Part Twenty-Two!” by Moses Scharbug III


John and Beverly Snow in the 1990's...

Bakersfield, CA, 01-12-2013 S:  Good morning, once more my friends, we are here to pick up where we left off with the amazing life of Beverly Carrick.  The story is one that has its vicissitudes but the exhilarating thing is that she overcame all, that is, until the final bout with cancer.  I mentioned to you that Beverly had cancer a total of THREE times over the course of her, life and that the final bout was too much for her to withstand and so she surrendered herself to the inevitable.  Part of the reason, her family concludes is because of the emphasis she placed upon Mr. Jack (John Sinclair Russell), a seemingly troublesome man who despite all of his good qualities ruined them with his abundant quantity of BS.   Brian made mention to me that when he was a young line cook working at the Hilton Inn in Bakersfield, California, back in the mid-1970’s, that a line cook on the dinner shift, a gentleman named John Racy happened to work a day shift on one occasion.  Throughout the shift, Mr. Racy talked to Brian the entire time, taking time out from chopping this and chopping that, doing what line cooks do to bullshit with the younger man.  It just so happened that Mr. Racy had recently moved out to the west coast from his Texas home and seemed to like to hear the sound of his own voice. 
Beverly Carrick Snow in the 1990's...

  Now, the fact that Mr. Racy had issues with accomplishing his workload due to his incessant speech caused the sous chef, a man named Sal Rivas, Sr., to take Brian off to the side, away from his coworker.   He told him this:  “Don’t pay attention to this man, EVERYONE from Texas ‘knows this person and that, did this and did that, been here, been there, been everywhere.  If that son of a bitch cannot talk and work at the same time, tell him to shut up and do your own work as I will fire him later!” 
Beverly Carrick Snow...

As Brian related during the interviews regarding his mother, Beverly, he said that that talk with the sous chef remained with him forever and that when he first met the old man from Texas that his mind immediately returned to that seconds-long talk.  Mr. Jack did precisely the same thing that Mr. Racy did and so after hearing a few stories began zoning him out of his mind.  It is not that he didn’t like him or anything but later, after Mr. Jack had died, one day he and his mother were having issues as she attempted to force her son into becoming her companion.  The fact that he spends more than 12-16 hours a day keeping this blog active and online meant nothing to her, all she could think of was that someone needed to replace Mr. Jack and that her son’s business meant absolutely nothing to her. 
John and Beverly Snow with one of their grandchildren...

During the course of this argument, she happened to inform her son that Mr. Russell “never liked you” and intimated that his daughter did not either, which totally stunned him as he had cooked the man’s dinner personally for more than five years and his daughter’s too, whenever she arrived in town.  That blow was one of the worst she ever delivered him and it was at that point that his feelings regarding her changed forever.   The loss of her boon companion transformed her into an angry individual who regarded all contradictions to her desires or deviance from she wanted as a personal attack.  She had no problem telling anyone highly negative comments and her youngest son—HER CARETAKER!—took the brunt of each attack. 
Beverly and John Snow in the late 1990's...

Was this the true Beverly?  According to sources, most decidedly not but it was clear that over the course of 2012, she was not well and that she kept this information from everyone including her sons and their wives.  Cancer managed to reclaim what it had attempted to do more than seventy-plus years ago and finally accomplished its horrendous task.   At age 12, it was bone cancer, then at age 48, it was a hysterectomy due to a recurrence of this horrible disease in yet another form, and finally, at age 85, it was small cell carcinoma similar to mesothelioma or other such asbestos-related illnesses.   All family and friends could think was that it was years of working alone in poorly-ventilated studios with oil paints, thinners, kerosene, and other highly harmful chemicals is what gave her the final bout albeit a slow, undercover form of this terrible disease.   There is absolutely no other explanation for how this scourge of humanity managed to return at this late in her life and finally seize her body for its own.
Beverly and John Snow in Hong Kong, China...

The important thing now is that we honor the dead and overlook the final year or two of her life as everyone makes their choices in life and either accepts the outcome or escapes it in whatever way they can.  Brian has no regrets that he was the primary caretaker as his brother said after she died that “for hospice to work, it requires ONE sucker.”  “Sucker,” you ask?  “Why does it require a sucker?”
Beverly and John Snow in the late 1980's...

This is how hospice works my friends; I went through it several years ago with my wife’s mother.  First, most of the cost is covered through Medicare as it is better to have someone die at home than taking up highly valuable hospital resources.  The salesperson arrives at the hospital and sees the client, and then he or she arrives at the family home and paints an attractive picture about all of the sources available to one doing the work.   It sounds great: there are nurses, social workers, hygienists, shrinks, and reverends.   Everyone is lovely and in the case of Optimal Hospice, the company Mrs. Carrick chose, the nurse came 2-3 times a week, the hygienist five days a week.  The social workers come once a week and the volunteers they promise, well—there didn’t seem to be any volunteers.  The reverend came once but then never came again, which was fine as Mrs. Carrick was a deist and not a member of any particular religion.  The rest of the time, it was family member(s) providing the care—including the heavy-duty drugs—to the patient.   
John Snow helping the young farmers of America...

Beverly came home on a Friday night and Saturday and Sunday were horrifying days to both Brian and Linda because the first three-to-four days, Beverly was active in her bed demanding this, that, and everything else.  There was no way that normal life could go on at the household and Brian’s older brother, Patrick, stepped in and hired a second company to provide eight hours of care per day.  This allowed Linda to work and Brian to run the family’s errands—not to mention to find sleep—as once the helpers left, it was up to the younger son and his wife to provide ALL care.  In the middle of the night, she would cry out in pain and so either Brian or his wife would trek back to her bedroom to provide medication and whatever else she required.  She could not leave her bed and so had to have a bedpan—something the hospice workers failed to provide (they provided a commode, but Beverly could not leave her bed)—and so it was up to them to help their mother. 
The Snows on their wedding day with friends, 07-07-1979...

After a few days, sleep hours were down to bits and pieces of what they were during normal times and the stress first began to hit Brian due to medications he takes on a daily basis.  Patrick’s wife, Karen, suggested buying a baby monitor, which did provide extra rest as now, instead of getting up every two hours, they only got out of bed when she cried out in pain.  Still, when one must rise up out of bed every two hours, after a week of this, it begins to affect one’s personality and Brian’s was becoming totally affected, something that made things even more difficult than they previously were. 
The Snows out to dinner at another function in the 1980's...

When the nurse arrived, both Brian and Linda told her that they did not feel comfortable measuring out the medications themselves as they did not want to be responsible should they have overdosed Beverly by giving her too much.  Hospice places a great deal of responsibility upon those caring for the dying patient—hence, the use of the term, “sucker”—because it is up to the family members to care for their relations.  At different times, Brian was concerned that he was aspirating his mother when he attempted to provide her water as one of the “process” items of hospice is that no water or food is to be provided to the patient unless they ask for it!  To Brian and his wife, this almost seemed to be torture as to not give their mother any kind of fluids—unless she requested it!—seemed utterly cruel.  When she slipped into a coma at the start of the second week, they still hydrated her by using eyedroppers to place water in her mouth with her medicine.  If they did anything, they were NOT going to deprive Beverly of water, possibly extending her life longer than it should have been and definitely not something she wanted.
Beverly at home in her Calistoga, California studio...

She slipped into a coma for seven days during which time, Brian—the principal caretaker—continued the regimen of drugs and water every four hours.  By the end of the second week, Beverly finally managed to die as her heart finally stopped thumping along, amazingly strong right up until the end.   At first, it was shock, no one thought she was ever going to pass on to the next world because the one thing she would not do at the hospital was to determine exactly what type of cancer with which, she was afflicted.  No exploratory surgeries, hence, the doctors were not sure—other than cancer cells found in the fluid within her lungs—what was killing her?  However, by all accounts, it took three weeks from going to Kaiser Permanente Urgent Care to the Mish funeral home arriving to pick up her lifeless body for transport to their site in Oildale.  The two women who arrived were very cordial, did their jobs extremely well, and within an hour, Beverly was uploaded into the back of the hearse and taken to their place of business and prepared for the crematorium. 
Beverly Carrick at the home of Sun Yat Sen in China, 1981...

Few tears were shed, it rather required time as when they did come, and it was more like a delayed reaction of sorts.  The family reassured itself that this, is what “she wanted,” with the loss of Jack and her mobility to boot (not to mention President Obama’s reelection on the day she went to see her new doctor), her will to live vanished into the thin air.   Beverly no longer wished to live; being dependent upon a scooter to get around was difficult as it caused her to put away her paintbrushes and to remove the word “artist” from her mind.  If she could no longer stand up, it did not matter how Linda Carrick rearranged the studio in the house or encouraged Beverly to approach it from a different angle, she had no will to live much less paint or draw.   The idea of teaching others how to paint in the same way she was taught by past masters did not appeal nor did the prospect of writing children’s books.   Her life was over, done, finished, and kaput, it was complete and now all she wanted was to be reunited with Mr. Jack on the other side of the great void. 
Beverly Carrick in the 1980's, the world's best artist! 

We have more or less completed our story on the life and times although more afterthoughts and ideas probably are going to present themselves.  What we would like to do is to present the index of her paintings shown here at the American Institute of Culinary Politics-Elemental News of the Day so that you can find them within our blog, view them, and inquire about them.  The idea is that we are showing a wide range of paintings painted by this amazing artist and yes, we have repeated some numerous times.  Some of them have sold, in fact, a great deal of them have been sold but we still have about 400 paintings remaining in our inventory so that means you can visit the artist’s website—now controlled by us—to see what is still available.  Then, call us and we will arrange the sale.  Note the price list at the end of this blog every single day.  Here is the first installment of the Beverly Carrick List of Fine Art:
Beverly Carrick Snow in her cabin aboard a cruise across the Pacific Ocean to China in the 1990's...

BEVERLY CARRICK INDEX OF FINE ART AT THE AICP-END:

I.                 11-25-2010 Th: #00001 / “Among the Sycamores.”

II.               11-26-2010 F: #00002 / “Arizona Spring.”

III.             11-27-2010 S: #0003 / “Autumn Aspens.”

IV.            11-28-2010 Su: #0004 / “Blossoming Desert.”

V.              11-29-2012 M: #0005/ “Canyons of the Moon.”

VI.            11-30-2010 T: #0006 / “Cattle Drive.”

VII.          12-01-2010 W #0007 / “Daybreak.”

VIII.        12-02-2010 Th: #0008 / “Day’s End at Red Rock.”

IX.            12-03-2010 F: #0009 / “Delivering the Mail.”

X.              12-04-2010 S: #0010 / “Dining Alfresco.”

XI.            12-05-2010 Su: #0011 / “Down in the Garden.”

XII.          12-06-2010 M: #0012 / “Evening Rendezvous.”

XIII.        12-07-2010 T: #0013 / “Evergreen Valley.”

XIV.       12-08-2010 W: #0014 / “Headin’ Home.”

XV.         12-09-2010 Th: #0015 / “Morning at Furnace Rock.”

XVI.       12-10-2010 F: #0016 / “Morning Gossip.”

XVII.     12-11-2010 S: #0017 / “Napa Valley.”

XVIII.   12-12-2010 Su: #0018 / “Oak Creek.”

XIX.       12-13-2010 M: #0019 / “October’s Gold.”

XX.         12-14-2010 T: #0020 / “Pheasant Fracas.” 

XXI.       12-14-2010 T: #0021 / “Poppies Forever.”

XXII.     12-15-2010 W: #0022 / “Saguaros in the Morning Sun.”

XXIII.   12-16-2010 Th: #0023 / “Solitude.”

XXIV.   12-17-2010 F: #0024 / “Sunset Cove.”

XXV.     12-18-2010 S: #0025 / “Sunset Dream.”

XXVI.   12-19-2010 Su: #0026 / “Sunset’s Last Gleam.”

XXVII. 12-20-2010 M: #0027 / “The Mendocino Coast.”

XXVIII.                   12-21-2010 T: #0028 / “The Winds of March.”

XXIX.   12-21-2010 T: #0029 / “Thunderbirds at Sunset.”

XXX.     12-22-2010 W: #0030 / “Winter Sun.”

XXXI.   12-23-2010 Th: #0031 / “Winter Dreams.”

XXXII. 12-24-2010 F: #0032 / “Winter’s Journey.”

XXXIII.                   12-25-2010 S: #0001 / “November’s Glory” / 24” x 36” / (Unnumbered Series II)

XXXIV.                  12-26-2010 Su: #0002 / 20” x 24” / “Cottage in the Woods 

XXXV.                    12-27-2010 M: #0003 / 24” x 20” / “Autumn Beauty.”

XXXVI.                  12-28-2010 T: #0004 / 20” x 24” / “The Old Winery.”

XXXVII.                12-29-2010 W: #0005 / 40” x 72” / “Up, Up, and Away.”

XXXVIII.              12-29-2010 W: #0006 / 20” x 30” / “Napa Valley.”

XXXIX.                  12-30-2010 Th: #0007 / 24” x 30” / “Mondavi Winery.”

XL.          12-31-2010 F: #0008 / 20” x 24” / “Desert Playground.”

XLI.        01-01-2011 S: #0009 / 36” x 60” / “Forever the Sea.”

XLII.      01-02-2011 Su: #0010 / 24” x 36” / “Day’s Last Light.”

XLIII.    01-03-2011 M: #0011 / 24” x 36” / “The Bixby Bridge.”

XLIV.   01-04-2011 T: #0012 / 24” x 30” / “Lonesome Gull.”

XLV.     01-05-2011 W: #0013 / 18” x 24” / “Point Lobos.”

XLVI.   01-06-2011 Th: #0014 / 16” x 20” / “Monterey County.”

XLVII. 01-07-2011 F: #0015 / 20” x 24” / “Monterey April.”

XLVIII.                   01-08-2011 S: #0016 / 22” x 40” / “Thundering Surf.”

XLIX.   01-09-2011 Su: #0017 / 40” x 60” / “Shades of Evening.”

L.               01-10-2011 M: #0018 / 20” x 24” / “Morning at Furnace Creek.”

LI.             01-10-2011 M: #0019 / 24” x 40” / “Sedona.”

LII.           01-11-2011 T: #0020 / 24” x 36” / “Last Man Out.”

LIII.         01-12-2011 W” #0021 / 24” x 36” / “Winter’s Journey.”

LIV.        01-13-2011 Th: #0022 / 20 x 24” / “The Phantom Herd still roams the Land, driven by the Devil’s Band.”

LV.          01-14-2011 F: #0023 / 24” x 48” / “Breezy Desert.”

LVI.        01-15-2011 S: #0024 / 16” x 20” / “Smoke Tree Gulch.”

LVII.      01-16-2011 Su: #0025 / 20” x 16” / “Gulls and Shells.”

LVIII.    01-17-2011 M: #0026 / 24” x 36” / “Riders in the Snow.”

LIX.        01-17-2011 M: #0027 / 24” x 36” / “Arizona Spring.”

LX.          01-18-2011 T: #0028 / 24” x 48” / “The Hidden Pool.”

LXI.        01-19-2011 W: #0029 / 36” x 48” / “Commuter’s Special.”

LXII.      01-20-2011 Th: #0030 / 24” x 48” / “Yuccas and Poppies.”

LXIII.    01-21-2011 F: #0031 / 24” x 36” / “A Little Rustling.”

LXIV.   01-22-2011 S: #0032 / 20” x 24” / “A Day in March.”

LXV.     01-23-2011 Su: #0033 / 36” x 24” / “The Secret Canyon.”  

LXVI.   01-24-2011 M: #0034 / 24” x 48” / “Castroville 1900.”

LXVII. 01-25-2011 T: #0035 / 10” x 24” / “Come fly with me.”

LXVIII.                   01-26-2011 W: #0036 / 30” x 40” / “Palo Verde Creek.”

LXIX.   01-27-2011 Th: #0037 / 24” x 48” / “Summer Rain.”

LXX.     01-28-2011 F: #0038 / 24” x 36” / “Deep Purple Evening.”

LXXI.   01-29-2011 S: #0039 / 30” x 40” / “Joe’s Valley.”

LXXII. 01-30-2011 Su: #0040 / 12” x 16” / “Late afternoon Sun.”

LXXIII.                   01-31-2011 M: #0041 / 16” x 20” / “Strolling down Cedar Street.”

LXXIV.                   02-01-2011 T: #0042 / 20” x 24” / “Garden Gossip.”

LXXV. 02-02-2011 W: #0043 / 30” x 40” / “Sunset Cove.”

LXXVI.                   02-03-2011 Th: #0044 / 20” x 16” / “Down in the Garden.”

LXXVII.                 02-04-2011 F: #0045 / 20” x 16” / “The Gathering.”

LXXVIII.               02-05-2011 S: #0046 / 20” x 16” / “Drinks for Everyone.”

LXXIX.                   02-06-2011 Su: #0047 / 20” x 24” / “Redheads.”

LXXX. 02-07-2011 M: #0048 / 20” x 24” / “In the Orchard.”

LXXXI.                   02-08-2011 T: #0049 / 20” x 24” / “Mallards in Spring.” 

LXXXII.                 02-09-2011 W: #0050 / 24” x 30” / “Mallards in Flight.”

LXXXIII.               02-10-2011 Th: #0051 / 24” x 30” / “Seagulls and Seashells.”

LXXXIV.              02-11-2011 F: #0052 / 18” x 24” / “Pheasants investigating a Pail.”

LXXXV.                02-12-2011 S: #0053 / 24” x 30” / “Mallards at Dawn.”

LXXXVI.              02-13-2011 Su: #0054 / 24” x 20” / “Mr. Leghorn and the Widow.”

LXXXVII.            02-14-2011 M: #0055 / 24” x 48” / “Happy Honkers.”

LXXXVIII.          02-15-2011 T: #0056 / 24” x 30” / “The Duel.”

LXXXIX.              02-16-2011 W: #0057 / 24” x 30” / “Pheasants in Winter.”

XC.          02-17-2011 Th: #0058 / 24” x 20” / “Flight.”

XCI.        02-18-2011 F: #0964 / 16” x 20” / “Joe Bob’s Birthday.”

XCII.      02-19-2011 S: #1269 / 9” x 12” / “The Marketplace.”

XCIII.    02-20-2011 Su:  #1275 / 16” x 20” / “After the Movies.”

XCIV.   02-21-2011 M: #1278 / 16” x 20” / “Hair Today.”

XCV.     02-22-2011 T: #1279 / 12” x 16” / “Shoe Sale.”

XCVI.   02-23-2011 W: #1281 / 8” x 10” / “Shoe Repair.”

XCVII. 02-24-2011 Th: #1305 / 11” x 14” / “Women’s Club.”

XCVIII.                   02-25-2011 F: #1308 / 11” x 14” / “The Big Shoe.”

XCIX.   02-26-2011 S: #1339 / 16” x 20” / “Yard Sale.”

C.              02-27-2011 Su:  #1399 / 40” x 48” / “Truxtun Lakes at Sunset.”

CI.            02-28-2011 M: #1403 / 16” x 20” / “Truxtun Lakes at Sunset II.”

CII.          03-01-2011 T: #1289 / 16” x 20” / “A Magical Journey.”

CIII.        03-02-2011 W: #1348 / 9” x 12” / “Up and Beyond.”

CIV.        03-03-2011 Th: #293 / 11” x 14” / “Evening Glow.”

CV.          03-04-2011 F: #593 / 11” x 14” / “Rocks and Waves.”

CVI.        03-05-2011 S: #906 / 20” x 24” / “Sunset Sky.”

CVII.      03-06-2011 Su:  #1339 / 24” x 36” / “Yucca Canyon.”

CVIII.    03-07-2011 M: #1330 / 9” x 12” / “Rocky Gorge.”

CIX.        03-08-2011 T:

CX.          03-09-2011: #965 / 20 x 16 / “Calistoga Cottage.”

CXI.        03-10-2011: #750 / 24 x 36 / “Autumn Vineyards.”

CXII.      03-11-2011: #1378 / 12 x 16 / “Sparrow Party.”

CXIII.    03-12-2011: #1104 / 24 x 36 / “It’s been a Long Day.”  

CXIV.   03-13-2011: #1105 / 12 x 16 / “Western Glory.”

CXV.     03-14-2011: #1187 / 16 x 20 / “Napa Valley.” 

CXVI.   03-15-2011: #1096 / 20 x 16 / “Stroll on Park Street.”

CXVII. 03-16-2011: #1368 / 36 x 48 / “Desert Rains.”

CXVIII.                   03-17-2011: #1367 / 20 x 16 / “Desert Wash.”

CXIX.   03-18-2011: #1339 / 16 x 20 / “Yard Sale.”

CXX.     03-19-2011: #1360 / 24 x 20 / “A Boom that’s Bust.”

CXXI.   03-20-2011: #1396 / 11 x 14 / “Bunny Brunch.”

CXXII. 03-21-2011: #1273 / 24 x 36 / “Palo Verde Creek.”

CXXIII.                   03-22-2011: #1385 / 16 x 12 / “Too Many Cooks.”

CXXIV.                  03-23-2011: #1357 / 20 x 16 / “Alley Serenade.”

CXXV.03-24-2011: #634 / 20 x 24 / “Adobe Hacienda.”

CXXVI.                  03-25-2011: #1392 / 20 x 24 / “Cinderella and Friends.”

CXXVII.                03-26-2011: #1388 / 24 x 20 / “The Rabbit Hole.”

CXXVIII.              03-27-2011: #1161 / 16 x 20 / “Thunderheads.”

CXXIX.                  03-28-2011: #1041 / 30 x 40 / “Palm Springs.”

CXXX.03-29-2011: #1363 / 8 x 10 / “Purple Haze.”

CXXXI.                  03-30-2011: #1366 / 12 x 16 / “Laguna Shores.” 

CXXXII.                03-31-2011: #589 / 11 x 14 / “Rocks and Waves.”

CXXXIII.              04-01-2011: #1379 / 8 x 10 / “Hard Livin’.”

CXXXIV.              04-02-2011: #1398 / 8 x 10 / “Low Tide.”

CXXXV.                04-03-2011: #1097 / 20 x 16 / “Farther down the Road.”

CXXXVI.              04-04-2011: #1249 / 8 x 10 / “New Mexico.”

CXXXVII.            04-05-2011: #1306 / 12 x 16 / “Garden Idyll.”

CXXXVIII.          04-06-2011: #1105 / 12 x 16 / “Western Glory.”

CXXXIX.              04-07-2011: #1357 / 20 x 16 / “Alley Serenade.”

CXL.      04-08-2011: #1310 / 12 x 16 / “Wildflowers.”

CXLI.    04-09-2011: #1262 / 30 x 40 / “Moving the Herd.”

CXLII.  04-10-2011: #1363 / 36 x 48 / “Desert Rains.”

CXLIII.                    04-11-2011: #1374 / 20 x 16 / “Jack Russell.”

CXLIV.                   04-12-2011: #293 / 11 x 14 / “Evening Glow.”

CXLV. 04-13-2011:  #594 / 12 x 16 / “Standing Guard.”

CXLVI.                   04-14-2011: #34 / 12 x 16 / “The Produce Tester.”

CXLVII.                 04-15-2011: #173 / 20 x 24 / “Wildflowers and Oaks.”

CXLVIII.               04-16-2011: #275 / 24 x 36 / “Autumn Storm.”

CXLIX.                   04-17-2011: #367 / 24 x 36 / “Which Way?

CL.          04-18-2011: #419 / 24 x 36 / “Mermaid Pavilion.”

CLI.        04-19-2011: #485 / 20 x 24 / “Neighbors.”

CLII.      04-20-2011: #562 / 8 x 10 / “She said What?

CLIII.    04-21-2011: #606 / 20 x 20 / “Heading for a Wedding.”

CLIV.    04-22-2011: #659 / 20 x 30 / “Juanita’s Wedding.”

CLV.      04-23-2011: #724 / 8 x 10 / “Quail and Cantaloupe.”

CLVI.     04-24-2011: #805 / 20 x 24 / “Meandering Stream.”

CLVII.  04-25-2011: #900 / 30 x 40 / “Ball at the Faerie Fountain.”

CLVIII.                    04-26-2011: #834 / 12 x 16 / “Morning Gossip.”

CLIX.    04-27-2011: #835 / 24 x 20 / “Playmates.”

CLX.      04-28-2011: #912 / 16 x 20 / “Poppies and Smoke Trees.”

CLXI.    04-29-2011: #917 / 16 x 20 / “Ocotillo Sundown.”

CLXII.  04-30-2011: #926 / 16 x 20 / “A Plethora of Poppies.”

CLXIII.                    05-01-2011: #929 / 20 x 24 / “On the Wing.”

CLXIV.                   05-02-2011: #935 / 16 x 20 / “Sunset Symphony.”

CLXV. 05-03-2011:  #984 / 24 x 36 / “Ebb Tide.”

CLXVI.                   05-04-2011:  #986 / 24 x 36 “Pepe’s Pride.”

CLXVII.                 05-05-2011: #1033 / 12 x 16 / “Feeding Time.”

CLXVIII.               05-06-2011: #1052 / 24 x 36 / “Nineteenth Street.”

CLXIX.                   05-07-2011: #1071 / 30 x 40 / “The Breakers.”

CLXX. 05-08-2011: #1104 / 24 x 36 / “It’s been a Long Day.”

CLXXI.                   05-09-2011: #1155 / 16 x 20 / “Twilight.”

CLXXII.                 05-10-2011: #1156 / 30 x 40 / “Overland Stage.”

CLXXIII.               05-11-2011: #1159 / 16 x 20 / “Rafting the Kern.”

CLXXIV.              05-12-2011: #1184 / 11 x 14 / “Busy Day.”

CLXXV.                05-13-2011: #1188 / 16 x 20 / “Yuccas at Evening.”

CLXXVI.              05-14-2011: #1189 / 40 x 60 / “Carpet of Verbenas.”

CLXXVII.            05-15-2011: #1190 / 30 x 40 / “Mountain Cascade.”

CLXXVIII.          05-16-2011: #1192 / 24 x 36 / “Red Cliffs.”

CLXXIX.              05-17-2011: #1193 / 16 x 20 / “Panning for Gold.”

CLXXX.                05-18-2011: #1195 / 16 x 20 / “My Adobe Casa.”

CLXXXI.               05-19-2011: #1197 / 20 x 16 / “Fancy That!”

CLXXXII.            05-20-2011: #1204 / 24 x 36 / “American River.”

CLXXXIII.          05-21-2011: #1206 / 12 x 16 / “GIT!”

CLXXXIV.          05-22-2011: #1215 / 11 x 14 / “Poppies and Smoke Trees.”

CLXXXV.            05-23-2011: #1216 / 11 x 14 / “Mallards in Autumn.”

CLXXXVI.          05-24-2011: #1219 / 11 x 14 / “Autumn Creek.”

CLXXXVII.        05-25-2011: #1220 / 16 x 20 / “Fourth of July.”

CLXXXVIII.      05-26-2011: #1221 / 16 x 20 / “Mountain Idyll.”

CLXXXIX.          05-27-2011: #1224 / 12 x 16 / “Coastal Gulls.”

CXC.     05-28-2011: #1225 / 12 x 16 / “Autumn Stroll.”

CXCI.   05-29-2011: #1226 / 11 x 14 / “Party Time.”

CXCII. 05-30-2011: #1234 / 16 x 20 / “West Kern.”

CXCIII.                   05-31-2011: #1237 / 36 x 24 / “Picnic with Jack.”

CXCIV.                   06-01-2011: #1238 / 20 x 16 / “Lemons and Birds.”

CXCV. 06-02-2011: #1239 / 36 x 24 / “Lupine and Saguaros.”

CXCVI.                   06-03-2011: #1241 / 12 x 16 / “Doves and Others.”

CXCVII.                 06-04-2011: #1243 / 16 x 20 / “Kernville B & B.”

CXCVIII.               06-05-2011: #1244 / 8 x 10 / “Brian’s Roses.”

CXCIX.                   06-06-2011: #1250 / 8 x 10 / “Banquet.”

CC.          06-07-2011: #1251 / 8 x 10 / “Navajo Girl.”

CCI.        06-08-2011: #1253 / 16 x 20 / “Dreamy Shore.”

CCII.      06-09-2011: #1261 / 16 x 20 / “Cambria Shore.”

CCIII.    06-10-2011: #1269 / 8 x 10 / “The Market Place.”

CCIV.   06-11-2011: #1271 / 9 x 12 / “Sierra Morning.”

CCV.     06-12-2011: #1275 / 16 x 20 / “After the Movie.”

CCVI.   06-13-2011: #1277 / 11 x 14 / “Sedona Autumn.”

CCVII. #1278 / 16 x 20 / “Hair Today.”

CCVIII.                   #1279 / 12 x 16 / “Shoe Sale.”

CCIX.   #1281 / 8 x 10 / “Shoe Repair.”

CCX.     #1284 / 16 x 20 / “Garden Party.”

CCXI.   #1285 / 16 x 20 / “California Coast.”

CCXII. #1286 / 12 x 16 / “Contemplation.”

CCXIII.                   #1287 / 12 x 16 / “That Rotten Bird.”

CCXIV.                   #1288 / 24 x 36 / “Evening Shadows.”

CCXV. #1289 / 16 x 12 / “A Magical Journey.”

CCXVI.                   #1290 / 20 x 16 / “Life among the Petunias.”

CCXVII.                 #1291 / 12 x 16 / “Frolic.”

CCXVIII.               #1292 / 12 x 16 / “Snowy Sedona.”

CCXIX.                   #1293 / 8 x 10 / “Red Butte.”

CCXX. #1294 / 24 x 36 / “Evening Shadows.”

CCXXI.                   #1295 / 8 x 10 / “Midnight Riders.”

CCXXII.                 #1296 / 8 x 10 / “October Creek.”

CCXXIII.               #1297 / 8 x 10 / “Sierra Autumn.”

CCXXIV.              #1298 / 12 x 16 / “Soft Sunset.”

CCXXV.                #1299 / 12 x 16 / “Canyon Rapids.”

CCXXVI.              #1300 / 11 x 14 / “Retired.”

CCXXVII.            #1302 / 16 x 20 / “Rendezvous.”

CCXXVIII.          #1303 / 30 x 40 / “Christmas Eve.”

CCXXIX.              #1304 / 24 x 36 / “Sunset.

CCXXX.                #1305 / 11 x 14 / “Women’s Club.”

CCXXXI.              #1306 / 12 x 16 / “Garden Idyll.”

CCXXXII.            #1307 / 12 x 16 / “Watering Hole.”

CCXXXIII.          #1308 / 11 x 14 / “The Big Shoe.”

CCXXXIV.         #1309 / 12 x 16 / “Yucca Bloom.”

CCXXXV.           #1310 / 12 x 16 / “Wild Flowers.”

CCXXXVI.         #1311 / 16 x 20 / “Cambria Shores.”

CCXXXVII.       #1312 / 12 x 16 / “Navajo Shepherdess.”

CCXXXVIII.     #1313 / 11 x 14 / “Near Big Sur.”

CCXXXIX.         #1314 / 8 x 10 / “Sierra Sunset.”

CCXL. #1315 / 8 x 10 / “Ocotillos and Verbenas.”

CCXLI.                   #1316 / 8 x 10 / “The Wave.”

CCXLII.                 #1317 / 11 x 14 / “Poppy Sunset.”

CCXLIII.               #1318 / 20 x 24 / “Bottom of the Garden.”

CCXLIV.               #1319 / 20 x 24 / “Desire.”

CCXLV.                 #1320 / 8 x 10 / “Shoreline.”

CCXLVI.               #1321 / 16 x 20 / “A Peaceful Stream.”

CCXLVII.             #1322 / 8 x 10 / “Lonely Shepherd.”

CCXLVIII.           #1323 / 8 x 10 / “Bird’s Bouquet.”

CCXLIX.               #1324 / 20 x 16 / “What’s Up.”

CCL.      #1325 / 16 x 20 / “The Catnip Mouse.”

CCLI.    #1326 / 8 x 10 / “Just Passin’ By.”

CCLII.  #1327 / 11 x 14 / “Wishin.”

CCLIII.                    #1328 / 6 x 8 / “Pink Perfection.”

CCLIV.                    #34 / 12 x 16 / “The Produce Tester.”

CCLV. #594 / 12 x 16 / “Standing Guard.”

CCLVI.                   #596 / 11 x 14 / “Going Steady.”

CCLVII.                 #659 / 20 x 30 / “Juanita’s Wedding.”

CCLVIII.               #723 / 12 x 16 / “Picnic.

CCLIX.                   #724 / 11 x 14 / “Quail and Cantaloupe.”

CCLX. #834 / 12 x 16 / “Morning Gossip.”

CCLXI.                   #835 / 24 x 20 / “Playmates.”

CCLXII.                 #1033 / 12 x 16 / “Feeding Time.”

CCLXIII.               #1049 / 20 x 24 / “Canyon near Sedona.”

CCLXIV.               #1123/ 18 x 24 / “The Covey.”

CCLXV.                 #1124 / 11 x 14 / “Brian’s Birds.”

CCLXVI.               #1141 / 40 x 30 / “Splash!”

CCLXVII.             #1216 / 11 x 14 / “Mallards in Autumn.”

CCLXVIII.           #1238 / 16 x 20 / “Lemons and Birds.”

CCLXIX.               #1241 / 12 x 16 / “Doves and Others.” 

CCLXX.                 #1248 / 12 x 16 / “Evening Landing.”

CCLXXI.               #1250 / 8 x 10 / “Banquet.”

CCLXXII.             #1258 / 8 x 10 / “Canyon Rapids.”

CCLXXIII.           #1269 / 9 x 12 / “The Marketplace.”

CCLXXIV.          #1275 / 16 x 20 / “After the Movies.”

CCLXXV.            #1278 / 16 x 20 / “Hair Today.”

CCLXXVI.          #1279 / 12 x 16 / “Shoe Sale.”

CCLXXVII.        #1281 / 8 x 10 / “Shoe Repair.”

CCLXXVIII.      #1284 / 16 x 20 / “Garden Party.”

CCLXXIX.          #1290 / 20 x 16 / “Life among the Petunias.”

CCLXXX.            #1291 / 12 x 16 / “Frolic.”

CCLXXXI.          #1305 / 11 x 14 / “Women’s Club.”

CCLXXXII.        #1307 / 16 x 12 / “Watering Hole.”

CCLXXXIII.      #1308 / 11 x 14 / “The Big Shoe.”

CCLXXXIV.     #1323 / 8 x 10 / “Bird’s Bouquet.”

CCLXXXV.       #188 / 24 x 36 / “Cloud Shadows.”

CCLXXXVI.     #485 / 20 x 24 / “Neighbors.”

CCLXXXVII.   #701 / 24 x 36 / “Southwest Sunset.”

CCLXXXVIII. #736 / 24 x 36 / “Nature’s Blossoms.”

CCLXXXIX.     #804 / 30 x 40 / “Sky of Gold.”

CCXC. #805 / 30 x 40 / “Meandering Stream.”

CCXCI.                   #877 / 48 x 36 / “Wind in the Palms.”

CCXCII.                 #879 / 40 x 60 / “Raging Torrent.”

CCXCIII.               #912 / 16 x 20 / “Poppies and Smoke Trees.”

CCXCIV.              #935 / 16 x 20 / “Sunset Symphony.”

CCXCV.                #947 / 20 x 24 / “Soft Sunset.”

CCXCVI.              #961 / 16 x 20 / “Sunset Mood.”

CCXCVII.            #962 / 24 x 36 / “Deep Purple.”

CCXCVIII.          #1017 / 30 x 40 / “Yuccas at Evening.”

CCXCIX.              #1027 / 36 x 48 / “Sunset Rapids.”

CCC.      #1030 / 16 x 20 / “The Usual Sunset.”

CCCI.     #1088 / 24 x 36 / “Sensational Sedona.”

CCCII.  #1140 / 40 x 60 / “Twilight Rhapsody.”

CCCIII.                    #1155 / 16 x 20 / “Twilight.

CCCIV.                   #1173 / 20 x 24 / “Arizona Afternoon.”

CCCV. #1180 / 24 x 36 / “Softly Evening.”

CCCVI.                   #1185 / 24 x 30 / “Brush Creek.”

CCCVII.                 #1186 / 24 x 30 / “Desert Day.”

CCCVIII.               #1188 / 16 x 20 / “Yuccas at Evening.”

CCCIX.                   #1189 / 40 x 60 / “Carpet of Verbenas.”

CCCX. #1192 / 24 x 36 / “Red Cliffs.”

CCCXI.                   #1194 / 16 x 20 / “Lone Ocotillo.”

CCCXII.                 #1198 / 24 x 36 / “Palo Verde Princess.”

CCCXIII.               #1200 / 8 x 10 / “Smoke Trees at Sunset.”

CCCXIV.              #1254 / 20 x 24 / “Evening Nocturne.”

CCCXV.                #1255 / 20 x 24 / “Arizona View.”

CCCXVI.              #1256 / 8 x 10 / “Twilight.”

CCCXVII.            #1259 / 5 x 7 / “Sunset.

CCCXVIII.          #275 / 24 x 36 / “Autumn Storm.”

CCCXIX.              #419 / 24 x 36 / “Mermaid Pavilion.”

CCCXX.                #537 / 20 x 24 / “Autumn Woods.”

CCCXXI.               #734 / 30 x 40 / “Golden Pool.”

CCCXXII.            #755 / 24 x 36 / “A Dream of Romance.”

CCCXXIII.          #800 / 40 x 60 / “Sundown paints the Land.”

CCCXXIV.          #870 / 16 x 12 / “Bouquet.”

CCCXXV.            #900 / 30 x 40 / “Ball at the Faerie Fountain.”

CCCXXVI.          #917 / 8 x 10 / “Ocotillo Sundown.”

CCCXXVII.        #1001 / 16 x 20 / “Roses, Red and Pink.”

CCCXXVIII.      #1006 / 16 x 12 / “Steppin’ Out.”

CCCXXIX.          #1007 / 16 x 12 / “Circus Parade.”

CCCXXX.            #1186 / 24 x 36 / “Desert Day.”

CCCXXXI.          #1201 / 8 x 10 / “Desert Mood.”

CCCXXXII.        #1202 / 8 x 10 / “Teddy Bears.”

CCCXXXIII.      #1203 / 8 x 10 / “Yucca Sunset.”

CCCXXXIV.     #1205 / 30 x 40 / “Desert Dreams.”

CCCXXXV.       #1208 / 8 x 10 / “Desert Monsoon.”

CCCXXXVI.     #1209 / 8 x 10 / “Distant Buttes.”

CCCXXXVII.   #1211 / 16 x 20 / “Through the Monument Valley.”

CCCXXXVIII. #1212 / 11 x 14 / “Smoke Tree Sunset.”

CCCXXXIX.     #1214 / 40 x 60 / “Palm Sunday.”

CCCXL.                 #1215 / 11 x 14 / “Poppies and Smoke Trees.”

CCCXLI.               #1217 / 8 x 10 / “Palm Springs.”

CCCXLII.             #1223 / 8 x 10 / “Yucca Sunset.”

CCCXLIII.           #1229 / 8 x 10 / “Vista.”

CCCXLIV.          #1230 / 30 x 40 / “Desert Spring.”

CCCXLV.            #1232 / 8 x 10 / “Spring Flowers.”

CCCXLVI.          #1233 / 8 x 10 / “Canyon Mood.”

CCCXLVII.        #1236 / 8 x 10 / “Purple Sunset.”

CCCXLVIII.      #1239 / 36 x 24 / “Lupine and Saguaros.”

CCCXLIX.          #1240 / 12 x 16 / “Evening Shadows.”

CCCL.  #1244 / 8 x 10 / “Brian’s Roses.”

CCCLI.                    #1245 / 5 x 7 / “Beauty.”

CCCLII.                  #1246 / 6 x 8 / “Texas Favorites.”

CCCLIII.                #1247 / 5 x 7 / “Ballerina.”

CCCLIV.               #1265 / 24 x 36 / “Sundown.”

CCCLV.                 #1266 / 8 x 10 / “Smoke Tree Wash.”

CCCLVI.               #1267 / 8 x 10 / “Soft Light.”

CCCLVII.             #1268 / 8 x 10 / “Palo Verde Falls.”

CCCLVIII.           #1270 / 8 x 10 / “Evening Shadows.”

CCCLIX.               #1274 / 12 x 16 / “Roses and Sparrows.”

CCCLX.                 #1288 / 16 x 20 / “Evening Shadows.”

CCCLXI.               #1292 / 12 x 16 / “Snowy Sedona.”

CCCLXII.             #1293 / 8 x 10 / “Red Butte.”

CCCLXIII.           #1294 / 16 x 20 / “Evening Shadows.”

CCCLXIV.                       #1304 /24 x 36 / “Sunset.”

CCCLXV.            #1306 / 12 x 16 / “Garden Idyll.”

CCCLXVI.          #1310 / 12 x 16 / “Wild Flowers.”

CCCLXVII.        #61 / 24 x 36 / “Spring Sonnets.”

CCCLXVIII.      #173 / 24 x 36 / “Wildflowers and Oaks.”

CCCLXIX.           #293 / 11 x 14 / “Evening Glow.”

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  1. Size 36” x 72”…………………………………………………………. $18,000.00.
  2. Size 40” x 60”…………………………………………………………. $15,450.00.
  3. Size 36” x 48”…………………………………………………………. $11,500.00.
  4. Size 30” x 40”…………………………………………………………. $ 9,900.00.
  5. Size 24” x 48”…………………………………………………………. $ 9,000.00.
  6. Size 24” x 36”…………………………………………………………$ 8,240.00.
  7. Size 24” x 30”…………………………………………………………$ 7,600.00.
  8. Size 20” x 24”…………………………………………………………$ 5,950.00.
  9. Size 18” x 24”…………………………………………………………$ 5,950.00.
  10. Size 16” x 20”…………………………………………………………$ 5,400.00.
  11. Size 12” x 24” …................................................................................$ 5,400.00.
  12. Size 12” x 16”….................................................................................$ 4,500.00.
  13. Size 11” x 14”…………………………………………………………$ 4,500.00.
  14. Size 9” x 12” …………………………………………………………. $ 1,200.00.
  15. Size 8” x 10” …………………………………………………………. $ 1,000.00.


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