Posts Tagged ‘reindeer’

Giving you more savings with my Holiday Studio Sale.  It’s always nice to receive a real Christmas card in the mail, don’t you agree?  I have a package of 10 assorted cards at a special price, assortment includes a Santa with a bluebird, a sweet snowlady with a cheetah scarf and a dashing reindeer with cardinals flying around.  All have “Merry Christmas” printed on the inside and are printed from original oil paintings by me and are also frameable.

Also up for a special sale price is this red, pink and white sock monkey.  “Love Monkey” is painted with love in oil on 5″x 7″ stretched canvas. This painting does not need framing, you can just place it right on a lil easel and display on a table or shelf (of course you could frame it if you like). Someone special would love to receive “Love Monkey” for Christmas.  Inquiries may come to me at kbunn@ec.rr.com and I’ll get these treasures right out to you.

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Holiday Studio Sale

Thanks everyone for your emails, keep them coming! Here’s a special painting created for the sassy reindeer divas out there! “Vixen” is a small 5″x7″ oil on canvas board, just perfect for that diva-friend! Email me for a special price at kbunn@ec.rr.com


Another popular painting of mine is “Santa Wise”, he’s a dear Old World Santa and I have some incredibly reasonably prices for “Santa Wise” prints that are 8″x10″ and will fit in any 8″x 10″ frame.  Email me at kbunn@ec.rr.com for a steal!

“Santa Wise” an Old World Santa

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Holiday Studio Sale

I will be posting cards, prints and original oil and acrylic paintings that have specially reduced prices for my first Holiday Studio Sale.  All you have to do is email me at kbunn@ec.rr.com if you would like to purchase or have a question about a special item.  Here’s the first little canvas painting, it’s a 5″x 7″ small little counter art happy Santa holding a pink heart. Perfect little gift for someone who is going through some tough times.

“Happy Heart Santa”

Another pretty little acrylic painting for all those reindeer lovers, this one is topped with a Santa hat and is wearing adorable red fur-trimmed boots, it would be so pretty sitting on a shelf or perhaps a little table.  “Kiss Me at Midnight” is an oil painting on canvasboard and measures 5″x 7″……….please email me at kbunn@ec.rr.com for inquiries.

“Kiss Me at Midnight”

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The Bridges of Madison County…..a good short read for a long hot summer

Here’s a good book It’s a long hot summer folks here in the south and one of my favorite things to do (when I’m not painting) is to read down by the lake,  so I wanted to share one of my great summer books , “The Bridges of Madison County” by Robert James Waller. The story is about Robert Kincaid, a photographer searching for covered bridges and a housewife Francesca Johnson who is searching for girlhood dreams.  One true love, covered bridges and dreams you will encounter in this short read.  I really truly recommend this book, I’m taking it down to the water today to reread as I always do each summer….. the book is worn and coming apart, but still has magic………..kind of like life at times?

Christmas in July….and there will be angels

Every Christmas I create a new series of paintings that I sell at Smellie Bloomers, a local gift shop in Elizabethtown, NC.    The first year I painted Santas, the second year I painted snowmen and last year I had a reindeer theme.  Each year I listen to my friends and family and get ideas from them as to what Christmas subject they would like to see me paint. I am happy to announce this will be the year of angels, afterall couldn’t we all use a few more angels in our lives? Okay, let me get back to my easel and continue on one angel that I’ve already started……….ooooh, I think there might be an angel give-away coming up in the future, what do you think?

 Colorful Frivolous Pedi


 I love to use bright colors in my paintings and last week I decided to give myself a pedicure. Voila! The bright colors found their way from my palette to my toes.  Happy lazy days of summer to all of you, thanks for stopping by!

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