A zesty Alla Prima work on cradled wood board. Purchase and Price info on my Etsy Shop.
OK – so, I haven’t exactly painted in awhile. But there’s always new beginnings in life – so here we go again!! Hope you like this one. What else should I paint if its been awhile?? – LEMONS of course. Have I told you before that the Lemon subject matter is my most popular sell? In fact, just sold a lemon painting last week, which of course inspired me to break out the lemons again. But this one has the addition of Blue Wooly Curls. You know what those are, right? Google them if you don’t.
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Another beautiful day in paradise….for painting!! I actually started this painting in 2002 – just roughed it in long ago and stuck it away in a closet. So last Sunday, pulled it out and painted it all a new with real flowers to view and guide my way. CLICK HERE for purchase and pricing information. All my paintings are for sale in my ETSY shop.
My Sunday painting – tre bottiglie – three bottles and some pretty flowers that the hummingbirds love to frequent. Painted with cold wax medium . Cold wax medium added to oil paint, yields a soft, silky, matte finish. CLICK HERE for price and purchase information.
This painting flowed like no other. I like the colors and the way the Bougainvillea crimsons just popped the painting. The angular bottle is a thrift store find and I scavenged the antique oil bottle from an old dump site near Evergreen, Colorado. The Bougainvillea came from the yard next door…
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Inspired from an afternoon of painting with my friend Tara – this Crane Flower emerged. My sister Amy says they are weeds, and she is right about that – once they take hold, they’re everywhere – but oh so beautiful.
When I ran my art school, I must have drawn hundreds of these with my students, so the “bird” comes easy to me. You can find this one for sale in my HobsonFineArt shop on Etsy.com. Everyone needs a Bird of Paradise gracing the wall – don’t you think?
Bird of Paradise, Original Oil Painting, 6 x 6, gessoboard
SOLD – I usually have a large painting in the works along with my daily paintings. Daily paintings are small, quick, and fresh. This painting, however, took days and days with glazes drying between glazes. I also painted it only at certain times in the morning so I could capture the light at just the right angle.