Sunday, April 25, 2010

Peppers, Acrylic

Chili Peppers, Acrylic, 6" x 9"

Green Chili Peppers, Acrylic, 5" x 7"

Winter Squash, Acrylic, 8" x 10"

Well scanning seems to be the way to go for smaller paintings. I am much happier with this look than the earlier one. Enjoy!

Red Tulips, Acrylic, 8" x 10"

Just finished these tulips and am quite happy. I love working with red, I guess I just love the color red. I scanned this image into my computer and no glare and really came out very nice, so I am going to try to scan in the Squash. The weather is beautiful today and the studio is filled with sunshine. I love it.

Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Two Tomatoes, Acrylic, 6"x9", sold

Another painting for the show. Again sorry for the glare. I am struggling with photography. I 've some great hints and will do them for my next photos.

Monday, April 12, 2010

Monhegan Island, Maine, Cathedral Woods, Oil

This little painting is 8" x 10". Sorry about the glare, I seem to be having a problem photographing my paintings lately. This painting was hanging in my sister's home but she is going to downsize so gave it back to me and I decided to offer it to you all. It is $275 framed.

Friday, April 9, 2010

Green Pear, Oil, 10" x 8"

The pear is one of my favorite fruit to paint and has been for a long time. I certainly will have more to show some day. Sorry for the glare but I had a hard time to photograph my paintings this time.

Wednesday, April 7, 2010

The Bee, Oil, 6"x6",sold

I finished three small paintings I had started last week. The Bee is framed and it looks great. Someone asked me about the price of these smaller paintings and the 6x6 and the 5x7 are $100 framed.
We had very warm weather today. I think we broke all records, it was 88 degrees.