This large painting is a new oil which I've title "Shift". Can you feel it?
I've done many Steal of the Months. SOTM previously on fb, my pocket full of colors blog, and in events so I thought I'd try it here on my website blog and see how easy it is for bidders. Ok Let's try it.
LISTED at 425.00
Size (h w d): 11 x 14 x 1 in
Medium: Acrylic On Canvas
Subject Matter: Bird and nature
OK BIDDERS -
DATES - start today - AUGUST 14th
END DATE - AUGUST 26th (that's a SUNDAY)
END TIME - 7 pm CENTRAL TIME
BID by commenting in this post.
FIRST OPENING BID MUST BE $50
BIDS MUST INCREASE BY $10
SHIPPING IS $10
I just did a double take - The image on top was the piece previously - it is now a brown bird. PLEASE TAKE NOTE
I seem to be continually on an artistic journey as I create. I've began working in oils at age 13. I created still lifes, figurative works and landscapes. In my 20's through 30's I went into soft pastel portraiture. Next I began working in acrylics. And now I have embarked on oils again. Here's the latest titled "Making My Way"
The title of this painting is "Risky Robin". Why such a title? One thing is I have a thing for alliteration. Secondly is to encourage challenging myself and others, to move forward take chances in expanding the possibilities. It's about being wise but not fearful. I hopw that makes sense.
Her Irises is titled as such because of the garden that my mother had when I was a child
What is a promise? The dictionary says "a declaration or assurance that one will do a particular thing or that a particular thing will happen." I hold on to God's Promises. I did not title this until after I painted it, yet as I stood still, watching, this painting spoke the word Promise to my heart. I've no other way to explain it.
One of my collectors asked if I would please make prints, so I have created reproductions or this artwork. The reproductions are art for display, functional items and decor. Find the original here on my website and reproductions in my fine art america/pixels shop.
There are several layers of images here depicting the story from beginning to the image you see here. First I began with an angel planting seeds, then the flowers and plants grew. Next, the birds, insects, and animals arrived enjoying the plants and flowers. Next, I drew a vase in charcoal, I "picked" the flowers and placed them in the vase. I designed the vase and embellished the flowers. That's the narrative of this painting June Bouquet.