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Pear Duo


Pear Duo, Original Oil Painting by Bridget Hobson, 6×6 inch

Painted from life – these pears hail from Argentina!  Notice one is blushing.  She traveled so far…..  PURCHASE AND PRICING INFO available in my ETSY store.


Two Outsiders

Chunks of Orange, Original Oil Painting, 6 x 6 inches

Chunks of Orange, Original Oil Painting, 6 x 6 inches

Inspired from my collection of hors d’oeuvres dishes – I’m wild about the orange/red plate!  CLICK HERE for purchase and price info.  I’m thinking of adding some of my paintings to Daily Paintworks where people could bid on the art.  Would that interest any of you??

Birds in Paradise

Birds in Paradise, Original Oil Painting
11×14″, wrapped canvas

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.

Fig Fest

Fig Fest, Original Oil Painting, 6 x 6 inches     S O L D

Well, today is my Birthday – so I’ve done what I like to do the most:  PAINT.

September is fig time in California and they are sweet, plentiful and come in a variety of shapes and color.  The purple fig is the most fun to paint – but the green fig has the sweetest taste….  CLICK HERE for purchase and price info.

Sunny Side Up

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.

Art Therapy

Nataya, Original Oil Painting, 5 x 7 inches
archival smooth gessoboard – SOLD

It’s beautiful Nataya again – this time she’s seven, such a fun age!    This portrait shows Nataya focused on her lap loom.  She is an expert weaver!

My challenge was capturing her look and I’m happy to say that I did it.  Portraiture is no small task.  It’s an out of control feeling most of the time with emphasis on value and shape until in the end, the art takes a turn, and finally resembles the person you’re painting.  I think that those who know Nataya will recognize her.

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