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.
Lemons and Blue Wooly Curls – 6 x 6 inches
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What a gorgeous day! Life is so full with so many choices on how to spend the time. For me, it was an accomplishment to squeeze out this painting. Hooray!! So many days have passed with no painting – at different times of the year, my work overrides painting and such is the case as of late. Someone mentioned to me that today is the SuperBowl, something I could care less about – but perhaps fitting that I’ve painted 4 bowls….
Sunny Side Up, Original Oil Painting, 8 x 8 inches – SOLD
Painted a few days ago, this sunny painting is larger than my usual size – on an 8 x 8 inch deep canvas with 2 inch sides. Canvas is wrapped around edges with staples on back – so no need for a frame as edges / sides are painted. CLICK HERE for purchase and pricing info.
Yolks & Whites, Original Oil Painting, 6 x 6 inch linen on wood panel
Here’s today’s effort – a challenging study in value ending with a sense of satisfaction. Crack those eggs and get baking! CLICK HERE for purchase information. ALSO – finally got around to listing my asparagus painting:
Pick Up Sticks, Original Oil Painting, 6 x 6 inch archival gessoboard – SOLD
Painted a few months ago – “Pick up Sticks” is available for purchase on etsy.com – CLICK HERE
When in Rome Apples, Original Oil Painting, Linen Canvas board, 6 x 6
Yesterday’s painting and ah yes – I’m guilty of painting apples again. But what else are you going to do on a rainy rainy rainy day in the Bu? Paint Apples, make enchiladas, and celebrate another day of living!