Wednesday, April 1, 2009

White Peonie


Another paintings, 14" x 18" done during a recent Robert Warren workshop.

4 comments:

moneythoughts said...

Hi,

I was just checking out people that like painting and came across your blog. As my memory is not very good, I can't remember if I have seen your paintings before, so I wrote down your blog's address.

I love your story about how you finally got into painting. Beautiful story. But, you are also a very talented artist. Your work is quite good.

I write a blog, MONEYTHOUGHTS, about the economy and the markets, and I post my art work on Saturdays. "Saturdays Is For Art" is a collection of my work. My art work is usually politcial in content and tends to be liberal in perspective. If you have trouble falling asleep, you may want to try reading my blog. At the very least, check out my art work, I am self taught except my father was a trained artist and I have looked at art my whole life.

I will drop back from time to time to check out your work.

Take care and be well.

Fred

Pauline said...

Hi Kathy..... beautiful and sensuous colours you've created in this piece.
Happy creating...regards...
Pauline

scott davidson said...

I had fun choosing this particular painting online that now hangs in my downtown office,
from Wahooart.co, who sells canvas prints of art masterpieces. While the original is treasured in some
art museum in England, my print http://EN.WahooArt.com/A55A04/w.nsf/Opra/BRUE-8LHS4U, of this painting by Edward
Burne-Jones is very much appreciated by my staff and clients. The print quality is really excellent.

scott davidson said...

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for artwork by subject matter and even predominant colors. Then I customized the frame online because the site
allowed me to match the frame style with different wallpapers, one of which looked like ours.
So now have this canvas print by Pierre Bonnard, http://en.wahooart.com/A55A04/w.nsf/OPRA/BRUE-8LT4PD