Archive for Fine Art

Think outside the studio!

By lindahouck • April 2, 2012 • Filed in: Baby, Child, Destination portraits, Family, Fine Art, Relationship, Uncategorized

We love it when our clients think creatively! And we love to travel! So what’s more fun to us than an on-location portrait session? Almost NOTHING! If you are looking for portraits that are uniquely yours, brainstorm with us on how we can create an out-of-the-studio on-location shoot that speaks directly to your family. Start […]

Painting- Ring Around

By richardhouck • February 24, 2010 • Filed in: Blog, Fine Art

This is a painting that I have been working on the concept for over a year. The first concept was too busy. The other night I came up with this concept. I have started putting it onto the canvas. I will update as I go. I remember the day that we were working on this […]

Water Lillies

By richardhouck • April 8, 2009 • Filed in: Fine Art

Working on a painting of a pond with water lillies and goldfish. And yes my granddaughter. When I get this onto a canvas and start putting oil onto the canvas, I will add blooms on the taller plants.

One of the Family

By richardhouck • • Filed in: Fine Art

Oil painting that I am working on.  Patsy Keenum’s lovable family dog.

Booneville PomPom Team 2009

By richardhouck • February 25, 2009 • Filed in: Family, Fine Art, Senior

Kelli,  you can jump.  More pictures are here –click below.   Also go to our Facebook page.  Houck portraits

Continuing Education

By richardhouck • February 17, 2009 • Filed in: Fine Art

We attended the Delta School at Hot Springs Arkansas in February. Linda went to the Children’s Portraiture with Ernie and Lorraine Johnson and I went to Advance Painter with Jim Cunningham. This is one painting that I created in the class. The  painting is of Millie Kate Nails.

2009 Upward Booneville

By richardhouck • January 25, 2009 • Filed in: Fine Art, Senior, Wedding

We had a great day Saturday with the Upward kids.  Everyone had fun showing the many sides of their different personalities.  We went  from no smiles to smiles to smirks to just plain having silly fun. Template Pictures are loaded. We did not put a back ground on all the pictures because it would take […]

Dining Alone

By richardhouck • September 3, 2008 • Filed in: Fine Art

Recently, I saw a woman dining alone. Despite the hustle and bustle of a restaurant lunch crowd, she rarely raised her eyes from her meal. While working on the canvas, I’ve thought a lot about how mysterious and wonderful life can be at any given moment.

The Day the War Stopped: Confederate Soldier and Mason

By richardhouck • • Filed in: Fine Art

I’d like for you all to meet Hobert Leake, direct descendant of the Confederate soldier W.W. Leake. Hobert and several other Civil War buffs hold an annual re-enactment the of ceremonial Masonic burial of Union Lt. Commander John E. Hart, known as “The Day The War Stopped”. Lt. Commander John E. Hart of New York, […]