“A Santa for Phyllis” 5×7 acrylic on stretched canvas
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.Continue reading “bye bye Christmas sale”
Enjoyed Christmas Open House at Carolina Artists’ Colony painting Santa and meeting friends. Happy Thanksgiving to everyone, be safe!
I love this time of year when there is so much cheerfulness and happiness in the air. I’ve been really busy painting and I am enjoying listening to Spotify as I paint on my Christmas commissions. I love those cheesy Lifetime and Hallmark Christmas movies too when I finally get to unwind in the evening. My hands are inContinue reading “Tuesday’s Treasure Chest………THANKS,this stuff is good!”
24 days left til Christmas, but I can get this Santa right to you, the title of this piece is “Cardinal Santa”. This print is from an original painting and is 8″x10″, it will slide right into a little frame you just might already have! Email me for a very reasonable price quote at email@example.comContinue reading “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 firstname.lastname@example.org Another popular painting of mine is “Santa Wise”, he’s a dear Old WorldContinue reading “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 email@example.com if you would like to purchase or have a question about a special item. Here’s the first little canvas painting, it’s aContinue reading “Holiday Studio Sale”
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 aboutContinue reading “Tuesday’s Treasure Chest”