Just in time for Christmas shopping I’ve added my available art a day paintings to my etsy shop. They can be purchased in the small original paintings section. I still need to add the two 8×16 inch paintings. Those should be up tomorrow. I’ve also added my two most recent card packs which are based on these paintings. Just look in the notecard section. I have a couple small landscapes to photograph and list that should show up in the next couple of days. I think I will finally get up to 100 items in my shop. I never thought I would do that!
This is the last week for you to check ou the Art of the Feast show in Hood River, OR at the Columbia Arts Center. The show ends Oct 30th. Here’s another one of my paintings that has been visiting there this month.
If you visit the Columbia Center for the Arts gallery this month you may also see my painting. This was painted from a photo I took at the Hollywood farmer’s market. They were the biggest tomatoes I’ve ever seen!
Whenever I think of acorn squash I think about Thanksgiving. Roasted with a little butter and brown sugar… my mouth is watering! What better painting for the theme of the show Art of the Feast. Oct 5th-30th in Hood River, OR.
Spring Onions-At the Market, 36x24, oil on gessobord, $1250
I can’t believe September is almost over and October is about to begin. My mind starts thinking about apple cider, fires in the fireplace and turkey dinner. Join me and an assortment of other artists at the Columbia Center for the Arts for the “Art of the Feast” show, where they will stage the gallery as a series of diningrooms, furnished and decorated by artists. It sounds like an amazing concept! The show will run Oct 5th-30th. This green onion painting is just one of the paintings I dropped off for the show. 36×24 oil on gessobord, $1250.