my newest painting. i like it! who knew a red fox was going to show up. It wasn't in the initial sketch at all.
taking it over to Chameleon gallery this saturday.
Monday, April 27, 2009
Sunday, April 26, 2009
Friday, April 24, 2009
I just reposted this and put up on Etsy today
In the original sketch and into the first painting there were some walls from newburyport, i thought this building was the firehouse! only come to find out i think it is somewhere near Sarasota, Fla.
a coastal painting.
As usual, payment plans are available
18 x24 inches $375
Thursday, April 23, 2009
after years of messing about with plaster i came back to making small plaster frames for my small works (usually watercolor and/or acrylics on heavy paper and heavy varnish to hang without glass).
I have been in the studio more than not lately, feels so great to be on painting track again after what seemed like endless experimentation and showing (7 shows since last october).... The shows promote more manic experimentation which has happened whenever i put out my work in a big way.
today i sold a portrait commission off of my etsy site. yay!
i have held off twittering, it was getting to my nerves.
Anyway, i think the cost for this is $100 measures 8 x 8
per usual payment plans are available as little as $20 a month (or even smaller if necessary).
Saturday, April 18, 2009
Saturday, April 11, 2009
Friday, April 10, 2009
I happily got a call from an old collector friend of mine who commissioned me to do a dog friend portrait. What a great thing to be doing them again.
In case you or a friend you know is interested here is the break down:
(working from one or more photos -easily emailed in any kind of resolution)
5 x 7 $65
8 x 10 $100
9 x 12 $160
Acrylic on 400lb watercolor paper and varnished
($35 for handmade plaster frame)
16 x 20 on hand stretched canvas $325
18 x 24 on hand stretched canvas $375
Thursday, April 09, 2009
Saturday, April 04, 2009
the cat box is designed to hang on the wall by it's ears. this is a special little safe house for the needle felted bird to hang out when not out exploring kitchen tables and art shows.
have a good weekend!
Friday, April 03, 2009
this is a new handworked tiny art print from an older mixed media painting. It WAS listed on Etsy until my friend saw it and said it was her favorite of everything i have done so far (that is a number in the thousands) so how I could NOT send it to her in trade for a huge box of wool roving she sent me up from Maryland in total trust of getting something back she liked?
The red fox is also going to traveling down to be with her tomorrow as well.