Monday, October 15, 2007
I have them in stock and can ship them quickly. - Just in time for Christmas! If you don't see a print of your favorite painting below, let me know and I can order it for you. Almost all custom sizes are available.
|Autumn Shadows 14" x 14"||$30.00|
|Doy 14" x 14"||$30.00|
|Family Heartland 89 14" x 14"||$30.00|
|Rusted Indian Paintbrush 14" x 14"||$30.00|
|Green Patch 14" x 14"||$30.00|
|Poppy Garden 14" x 14"||$30.00|
|Red Garden Path 14" x 14"||$30.00|
|Red Lily 14" x 14"||$30.00|
|Tuscan Twilight 16 x 18||$35.00|
|Marshland at Twilight 12" x 26"||$40.00|
|Patchwork Heartland 24" x 24"||$60.00|
I saved a few paintings to post pictures of until after the Red Barn festival because I wanted to have a few that my friends hadn't already seen!
I've also gone back through all my former posts and listed prices on paintings that weren't priced.
Around the Shed at Sunset
11 x 14
12 x 12
Grazing in Majesty
5 x 7
14 x 14
14 x 14
Saturday, September 22, 2007
Friday, September 21, 2007
Tuesday, September 18, 2007
14" x 14"
This was really fun to do. I was inspired for this one by prints that I saw in World Market by a New York artists named Kim Parker. It only looks a little like her work, and definitely has my style worked in, but I have to give her credit. She does great work.
Thursday, September 13, 2007
So I should be making art to sell at the festival, but I was so excited to finish this piece for Paul for our anniversary, I got distracted. This is a press box filled with all of these fun treasures that we found in a cool old box that Paul had saved from when he was a kid. We discovered it deep in our shed when we were moving, and I knew immediately that this little collection needed a cool home, and I knew just where I was going to put it. I had fun scrounging up old pictures of Paul and thinking of things that symbolized his childhood. I'm still not sure if he's really glad to have it or not. It's sort of revealing, and sort of a strange gift, but I thought it was a cool way to celebrate him and his life.
I do know one thing. Eirik LOVES all these little treasures and cries when I don't let him pull them off. I think it's a cool way for Paul's boys to connect with him and to see what he was like when he was a child. I hope it becomes sort of a family treasure box. That's how I see it.
Wednesday, September 05, 2007
Rusted Indian Paint brush
14" x 14"
It's funny how some paintings read so differently according to your proximity from the painting. I liked this one as I finished it, but when I stepped back about 15 feet from it, I loved it. It reads a lot better from farther away. (I can't show that very well on the computer.) So you'll just have to see it in person.
Saturday, August 25, 2007
Wednesday, August 22, 2007
Marshland at Twilight
20 x 44
sold- prints available
This second painting came together so easily. I needed something easier after the struggle of the Marshland at Twilight. It was a doozy.
14" x 14"
Thanks Paul for taking Eirik to the Fair so I could have a whole day to paint! Two whole paintings finished in a day!! Great!
Tuesday, August 21, 2007
It's all about "R"
It contains a Rhino Rear or Rump
A Red Rectangle
and Rising Rays of the Sun
If anyone can thing of other easy R things I can add, please let me know....
12 x 12
Wednesday, August 15, 2007
But good news, the painting spirit is revived and I am on a roll. I decided to bring work down for the Red Barn festival in Kirksville in October. So I have 9 weeks to put together a show that works together. What fun!
These are my first two paintings of from Michigan.
The first one is a commission ( a bit overdue I must say... sorry Amy. I hope you like it!) and the second one is because my last Autumn painting was the first to sell at the festival last year and I have missed it ever since, so here's a second edition... similar, but quite different.
14 x 14
Saturday, May 19, 2007
My friend Eugena commissioned this piece and is using it at her outdoor cafe as a table top. Hollyhocks used to inspire my mom to want to paint since she had a painting of hollyhocks hanging in her art classroom high school. So, it's sentimental sort of to get to paint them. Thanks Mom for helping me love to paint.
Tuesday, April 24, 2007
She asked for her baby name painting to be after the nursery rhyme "Snips and Snails and Puppy Dog Tails". I had so much fun with the snail that I thought I would make a snail tabby quilt. Good times.
Tuesday, March 27, 2007
They are double stitched and the star makes a crinkle sound when squished. I make them androgynous, but this one might be a bit more boyish. I'm letting them go for a mere $18 plus shipping. Email me if your interested.