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 :)
This summer, we have been tied to home and we are missing our annual trips to the mountains. We will be there soon and will really appreciate getting a chance to leave this hot and humid weather behind for a stay in the cool mountain country. How do you spend your summer?
It seems that every day more exciting news comes my way. Today, I am pleased to announce that I have joined the artists at Kess Inhouse.com.
If you are not familiar with Kess, they produce household items, like comforters, area rugs, shower curtains, throw pillows and a host of other objects, all featuring beautiful art. Here are some showing my art.......
This is just a small sampling of products and designs available. Of course, I want to buy them all! If you are interested in seeing more, just go to my page at Kess Inhouse or find me on Amazon here.
Guess what everybody is getting for Christmas this year!
I got interested in doing seascapes. I was at the beach with my camera and was inspired by all the beautiful blues and greens in the water. I did 3 8x10's and 4 5x7's, so far. This is the first one I did and probably my favorite.