I love this little pastel painting… the colors, the whimsy… With prints of it and a few crafty items like beads, I make wall hangings. I I searched and searched for a company that would use my painting and make this: I found one. The company is Art of Where.
In a recent conversation I was finally able to put into words something I’ve known since I was a child. While admitting my struggle to find the inspiration to paint a complex, commissioned watercolor piece that I was asked to do many months ago. The other person said, “It’s hard
My recent challenge for a fall painting was… Create a Marshall painting that a man would like. I googled ‘buffalo herd’, and this image was my favorite: The colors were dull but I liked the sunlight effects, and the sense of movement was perfect, I was also excited at the
In 2015 during a particularly difficult time in my life, many friends reached out to me with gestures of love, and I wanted to thank them. Nathan, my step-son, brought me flowers, so I painted this watercolor… Then Office Depot made inexpensive prints on cardstock, and I found BIG envelopes
Finally after months of working on this plan, my very first wood panel prints are ready! Here’s what I did: First I stained the sides of 12″ x 16″ wood panels different colors, like this green… Then I mounted prints of my bison pastel painting on top. Last, I
I created this watercolor of Old Main in 2015, and I still sell giclée prints of it in several gift shops. I recently painted Old Main in pastels, (I added a watermark to the photo:) but what I’m excited about are new display options I’m creating for those looking for
I’m at the Capitol (building) … in our capital city (Charleston) frequently these days… so I decided to paint it… twice! I probably should have painted the Kanawha River view… with a reflection… I’ll do that next time! Thanks for following along, Linda