"Last Geraniums", SOLD
9" x 12" x 1.5" Oil on linen wrapped canvas
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Hello dear friends, my latest painting, the last flowers of fall, geraniums overflowing and bursting with color. Bold rich brush strokes make this joyful window flower box sing. I hope you enjoy it!
Painting arrives ready to hang on wrapped canvas with image painted around the edges.
"We shall never know all the good that a simple smile will do." Mother Teresa
Visit my Print Gallery at Imagekind. Prints in various sizes may be purchased unframed, framed or on canvas and delivered right to your door. Click HERE to see more.
and showing this month:
"Lady in Red" - SOLD
24" x 30" x 1.5" Oil on gallery wrapped canvas
Offered this weekend by Auction at the Arts Council of the Valley 6th annual Progressive Party
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Hello friends! I hope your summer has been of good times with friends and family.
It's back to the easel for me!
I've been playing around a lot this summer. Allen and I drove out west, visited friends and family, enjoyed warm beaches, planted flowers and vegetables, canned....goodness, no wonder I haven't been painting as much. Time to get back in the flow; dusting my studio, preparing canvases, paint and photographing subject matter. Like getting back into an exercise routine, you know you'll feel great after, but sort of dread it.
Featured this month are two latest paintings. "Lady in Red" above which will be offered by auction this Saturday, October 7, 2017, at
one of the area's premier wineries The Columns at Six Penny Farm
It's not too late to participate in this fun event!
Ticket & info: www.valleyarts.org/progressiveparty
"Purple Shades", on exhibit through November 4th, as a part of the Shenandoah Valley Watercolor Society Annual Members Show. This exhibition is hanging at the Virginia Mennonite Retirement Community, lobby of the Park Gables building, Harrisonburg, VA. Come anytime! This ideal gallery space may be viewed daily at your convenience with wonderful assistance from the receptionist desk.
So happy to see "Allure"
go to a wonderful home.
Thank you Ann!
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