Friday, August 22, 2008

IT'S DONE!! IT'S DONE!

I finally finished it! What do you think?



Thursday, August 21, 2008

Wednesday, August 20, 2008

OLD TUBE OF PAINT Oil Painting

This is a painting of one of my actual tubes of paints. This is 4x4 on gallery wrapped canvas. Gallery wrapped canvases are intended to be hung unframed.This is 1.25 inches deep making it strong enough to hang unframed without warping.The entire image is shown on the front, but extra, coordinated pigment, hasbeen added on the sides to compliment the picture. No staples are visible.It's ready to hang on your wall!
SOLD!

Tuesday, August 19, 2008

Monday, August 18, 2008

Cherries in a Bowl Oil Painting

This oil painting is 6x8 on linen mounted on hardboard.
SOLD!

Friday, August 15, 2008

Candy Kiss Oil Painting

I found doing the foil on this painting to be quite a challenge. I was pleased with the overall effect. This oil painting is 6x8 on canvas mounted on hardboard.
SOLD!

Thursday, August 14, 2008

Cherries in a Paper Bag Oil Painting

This is my third offering of cherries this season. 6x8 on linen professionally mounted to hardboard.
SOLD!

Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Update on Candyland Painting

Here is the progress on this Candyland painting. I think another couple of days and it should be done.

Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Another Painting Featuring Marbles


Back to one of my favorite subjects...marbles. This is 4x12 on gallery wrapped canvas. Gallery wrapped canvases are intended to be hung unframed.This is 1.25 inches deep making it strong enough to hang unframed without warping.The entire image is shown on the front, but extra, coordinated pigment, hasbeen added on the sides to compliment the picture. No staples are visible.It's ready to hang on your wall!



Friday, August 8, 2008

A Pair of Pears Oil Painting

I must be a weird person. I don't go to many places and not see everything as a possible subject for artwork. That includes the grocery store...especially the grocery store. I walk the produce aisles looking for prime pieces of fruits and veggies not for something healthy to feed my family but for something wonderful to paint. (Ok, ok, after I am done with my painting, I do feed it to my family.) When I came across a selection of pears, I was in my glory. They were all so fresh and great looking. So I present to you here my first of many paintings featuring these pears. The oil painting measures 8x8 on pre-primed panel. It is 3/8 thick with the sides painted black and a special hole predrilled in the back for hanging. No framing is needed with this one. (I think this painting turned out much nicer than the online picture shows.)
SOLD!

Tuesday, August 5, 2008

Friday, August 1, 2008

Candyland in progress


Here is the progress so far on the CANDYLAND painting....slow but sure.
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