Mother Daughter Son at the Beach


“Mother Daughter Son at the Beach” original oil painting 14″ X 18″ on gallery wrapped canvas.  sold.

Prints available here.


Maria purchased a print and wanted to share this photo from her beach house.  Thank you Maria!  The frame is perfect.




Three Sisters Beach Path

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14″ X 18″ “Three Sisters Beach Path” original oil painting on gallery wrapped canvas.  Sold and on it’s way to the United Kingdom.  Thank you Zoe!

Click here to see prints on etsy. …or here to see image on pillows, canvas prints and other fun things.

I hope your day is a delight! ~~Vickie


Two Sisters Walking on the Beach

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“Two Sisters Walking”  20″ X 24″ original oil painting on gallery wrapped canvas  sold and on it’s way to Cyprus.  Thank you Constantina.

I LOVE my sisters!

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Three Sisters Jumping on the Bed Painting

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“Three Sisters Jumping on the Bed”


The three of us sisters met and played at Otter Crest…at the beach on the Oregon coast last week!  Three girls, no one else…We had warm weather to walk the beautiful beaches of Beverly Beach, Cobble Beach, Otter Rock, Newport, Yachats, Yaquinta Head Lighthouse, and the Devils Punchbowl.  We enjoyed misty mornings, sunny afternoons, hiked majestic old growth forests and hugged a 500 year old tree (which looks like a hobbit tree!)  We saw seals, sea lions, rocky lava beaches, white sandy beaches, chicken in the woods orange mushrooms, lighthouses and spouting whales.  I took lots of little kid pictures for future paintings too!  It was all so marvelous!

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“The grandest and most pleasing prospects in which my eyes ever surveyed, in front of a boundless ocean….”  on seeing Cannon Beach Oregon for the 1st time! ~~William Clark 1806 from the Lewis & Clark Expedition (my redheaded 5 x’s great uncle, his sis Ann Rogers Clark our 5 x’s great grandmother on our mother’s side).