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Saturday, October 13, 2007

Plum Line Up - SOLD

Plum Line Up
6" x 12", oil on Canvas mounted on Board
Sold at $25.00 plus $5.00 shipping.

Using up the scrap boards I have left, and couldn't resist doing something else with these beautiful plums. I like how my light made the background go light to dark and the folded over paper in the foreground go from dark to light. Thanks for looking.

Friday, October 12, 2007

Simple Pears - SOLD

Simple Pears Oil on Canvas mounted on board, 6" x 12" Sold at $25.00 plus $5.00 shipping. The D'Anjous looked so good that I had to buy some, and then, of course, I had to paint them. Using up some of my scrap canvas. Thanks for looking.

Thursday, October 11, 2007

Plums and Papaya - NA

Plums and Papaya
Oil on Canvas board 10" x 10"
Not available.

A little bit different viewpoint for me today, set up on a box, with an old bed skirt as drapery. I'm especially happy with the plums and the plate on this one, and still enjoying the square format. Thanks for looking.

Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Jill's Last Summer Bouquet- SOLD

Jill's Last Summer Bouquet Oil on Canvas board, 9" x 12" Sold One of my collectors sent me a set of gorgeous floral photos from her late summer garden. It was a pleasure to work on them this afternoon. What a garden she must have! Thanks for looking.

Tuesday, October 09, 2007

"Outback" Fall - SOLD

"Outback" Fall Oil on Canvas Board, 10" x 12" SOLD at $35.00 plus $5.00 shipping. You know how people say "Oh, he's out back," when someone is in the backyard? I didn't know what to paint today, so I simply opened the studio door, and painted what is out back, taking some liberties with the landscape. Even overcast, the colors are lovely right now. Thanks for looking.

Monday, October 08, 2007

Big Sister - SOLD

Big Sister Oil on Stretched Canvas, 20" x 20" Sold via Ebay I am delighted with how this one turned out. It shows my two granddaughters, encountering the goats at the petting zoo, during our little apple picking excursion to Hamilton Orchards in New Salem, Massachusetts a couple of weeks ago. I love the way the two girls are standing, little Katie leaning in towards big sis, and Alex with her daring little stance. And the goat obligingly completing the triangle. Thanks, goat. And thank you for looking. (If the piece doesn't sell at auction, I will repost it here.)
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