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Elizabethtown is a charming town, with a beautiful cutie pie flower and gift shop. Smellie Bloomers on Broad Street, hosts a bounty of unusual and beautiful gifts, I call it “eye candy”. Next week I’ll be offering Valentine paintings and cards, in the mean time I need to say good bye to my Christmas paintings. Take a look, everything is 25% off, but this sale will not last long.
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We have a couple of sweet spots in Bladen County, Lu Mil Vineyard and White Lake. Bladen County is fortunate to have both. “Taylor Green” is a little oil I painted on site at beautiful Lu Mil Vineyard in Dublin, NC. “Clearwater Duck” is a little oil I painted from a friend’s photo that she snapped last summer at Clearwater Campground at White Lake, NC. One more big landmark is an 8×10 oil painting of the “Wam Squam” located at the intersection of Hwy 53 and Hwy 701 at White Lake. “Warm Breeze” and “Windjam” were inspired by some beautiful sails at White Lake last summer.
Last week I dropped these jewels off at Smellie Bloomers, a beautiful and unique gift shop in Elizabethtown, NC.
You will also find a few Easter bunnies and mermaid necklaces in my new little display at Smellie Bloomers,
Hope you enjoy looking, let me know what you think.
Happy weekend!

Warm Breeze

Warm Breeze

Windjam

Windjam


Clearwater Duck

Clearwater Duck

mermaid necklaces

mermaid necklaces

Wam Squam and Sammie

Wam Squam and Sammie

mermaid necklaces

mermaid necklaces

Smellie Bloomers display

Smellie Bloomers display

Taylor Green

Taylor Green

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“Marshmallow Fluff”
$65 oil on panel
This little fluffy bunny is smelling something sweet with his little heart nose.

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5×7 oil on canvas

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Join me tomorrow at Carolina Artists’Colony, Moore Street, Sanford,NC. Hundreds of pieces of art and handmade artisan created works are available there.
Take a look at my wall at CAC and here’s a little sneak peek at some of my new little bunnies I will be taking.
Come shop and chat with me and if you can’t, they will ship! Let me know if you see something you like.
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I wonder what brilliant names my friends will come up with for this little gray bunny? Remember to post your suggestion for a name for this bunny under the comments section on my blog. If I choose your suggestion you will win a Christmas print. Winners will be announced November 10th.
Thanks so much!

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Here’s a sneak peek at one of the bunnies I am painting for the Christmas season. My bunny paintings will be available at the unique lil gift shop, Smellie Bloomers in Elizabethtown, NC. Christmas Open House will be Sunday, November 10th. Keep checking my blog for new Christmas paintings.1

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Here is the second bunny in my Christmas bunny series. I thought you might enjoy a tutorial, Merry Christmas early!
Materials:
Professional Winsor & Newton canvas board
Acrylic paint in these colors: Liquitex Titanium White, Brilliant Purple, Indo Orange Red, Cadmium Yellow Medium, Cobalt Turquoise Light, Ultramarine Blue
Step one- with watery paint outline basic bunny shape
Step two- start blocking in shadows, I did not use white at this time, instead I mixed some browns with a few of the darker colors plus yellow
Step three-paint background with pretty turquoise and white
Step four-continue painting brown tones then add some white in your mixture for highlights
Step five-add an oval/ circular wreath with dark mixtures of the yellow and blue
This Christmas bunny is not finished yet, I will be selling this bunny rabbit series in November at a local gift shop, Smellie Bloomers in Elizabethtown, NC.
I am accepting Christmas commissions at this time, if you would like for me to create a special Christmas painting for you please contact me within the next couple of weeks, only a limited number will be accepted this year.

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