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Water Tiger by Esperanza J Creeger
Tangerine Nebula Cloud by Esperanza Creeger
Turquoise Cosmic Cloud by Esperanza Creeger
Mental Clarity Circuit by Esperanza Creeger
Planet Arcturus by Esperanza J Creeger
Infinite Infinity 2.0 by Esperanza J Creeger
Infinite Infinity 1.0 by Esperanza Creeger
DOG Chinese Animal by Esperanza Creeger
Wake. Up. Now. by Esperanza Creeger
Wake. Up. Now. by Esperanza J Creeger
Cliffs and Sea by Esperanza J Creeger
Moody Bleu by Esperanza J Creeger
Cold Fog and Sea by Esperanza J Creeger
Emerald Sea by Esperanza J Creeger
Rocky Sea by Esperanza Creeger
Blue Storm by Esperanza Creeger
My Dog and the Sea #1 - Beagle by Esperanza J Creeger
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About Esperanza Creeger
Greetings Art Lovers!
During the day, I am a left-brained numbers cruncher. At night, however, the right brain commandeers my passion for painting. Seascapes...and dogs, mostly. I owe my evolution to artistic bliss to a handful of people who need mentioning here. First, to my old friends Eric Mansfield Emert and Mary Griffin for squirreling away a mystery box in my moving pod when I moved to Phoenix, AZ from Richardson, TX many years ago.
Last year, in October 2017, I finally closed my dusty storage unit and discovered, hidden deep in the bowels of that cavernous space, a large, taped-up box. Much to my delight, the battered box contained a treasure trove of art supplies, tubes upon tubes of acrylic and oil media, and brushes of every size. I felt like I had won the lottery! Interestingly, Eric's Father, Pat Emert (deceased), was a locally famous artist in the Dallas area. I recognized the contents of the mystery box had been bequeathed to me by the son. A touching moment, indeed.
Observing my excitement at the treasure, my awesome roommate, Joanne, purchased an early Christmas gift for me - a professional artist's easel (whoa!). Like that, I was back on track and it was full steam ahead for some seeeriousss creativity. Since my skills were a tad rusty, I studied technique and applied the refreshed skills to blank canvas.
A great coworker of mine (and professional comedian), Gene Moore, invited me to a charity event to benefit pet shelters. As event host, Gene auctioned off paintings created by school children to raise funds. I promised Gene an original seascape for their next charity event in September. But before handing over the seascape, I painted a random doggy onto the seascape. With that, the â€œMy Dog and The Sea Artâ€