Stop and smell the salt spray with these seascape paintings.
Sunday, September 20, 2020
Monday, September 7, 2020
I have been spending so much time in the Blue Ridge Mountains, my trips to the beaches have suffered. Time to roll out of bed before the sun, grab a cup of coffee and go for a short drive to the sea.
It is so enjoyable here, cool, serene.....I feel refreshed and ready to start my day.
Do you have a happy place too?
This painting was commissioned by a client who saw a similar work on my Etsy site. The piece she wanted was already sold. I was happy to do a similar painting in the size she desired.
I am overstocked on these daily paintings, so I have them on sale on my Etsy site this week. I am offering a $15.00 rebate on any 5x7 or 6x8 painting sold. Just write ETSY SALE on your order and I will credit your PayPal or Credit Card account.
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Sunday, August 30, 2020
If you follow this blog, you know how much I like to paint seascapes. Not just any seascapes, but scenes from my own little piece of the Atlantic.
The waves were coming in quickly on this day. I think a "tropical depression" was off shore. Tropical depression is a weatherman's term, several steps below a hurricane, but usually meaning the winds will kick up to some degree and rain is on the horizon. Of course, in Florida, this time of the year.....rain is always on the horizon.
This photo is a little wonky.....sorry! When I take photos of my paintings, I usually have 5-10 paintings to photograph, trying to get 5-6 shots of each. I get a little production line going...and I guess I didn't pay much attention to how this one was lined up :)
Wednesday, August 26, 2020
Are you ready for another seascape? This is one of my favorites because of the blues, greens, lavender colors.
It has a little impasto....not too much.
This painting reminds me of trips to the islands.
Although the original has been sold, giclee prints are available on paper, canvas, or wood panel.
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Friday, August 7, 2020
What I do know, I really enjoyed painting it and want to try it again and go BIG!
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Happy Birthday to my son David! XOXO
Friday, July 31, 2020
The canvas is 8x16x1.5, with the sides painted in a dark value, allowing it to be hung with or without a frame.
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