Thursday, April 29, 2010

Beacon Hill

The first Sunday of June is the Beacon Hill Art Walk. This will be my eighth year exhibiting at this unique and wonderful outdoor fine art show.
The people of Beacon hill graciously allow artist to display their work for one day within the charming gardens, streets and alley ways. It's worth checking out June 6th from 12 to 6 pm.

This painting is 16x20 done with acrylic paints on stretched cotton.

Painting for Nancy

This is a commission piece I just finished for a client in Lexington , MA. I enjoyed incorporating her favorite Saint, shown on the pillow, her longing for happy times in California and her kitty, and her pet pig! Oh and she was a punk rocker in the 80's!
This painting was 16x20 done on stretched cotton and framed with a beautiful burnished gold plein air frame.

Saturday, April 24, 2010

Fine Art Giveaway Winner!

Hi Everyone,
Melinda Bernard is the winner this month of my Giveaway. Congratulations Melinda and thanks for following my blog.

Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Hello Out There.

I can't remember where, but I came across an image of this girl under her umbrella. I knew it would work into a painting at some point. Then this past weekend a conservation came up at dinner with one of my sisters about our 30 something nieces and nephews, and how young people are getting married later in life.
BTW the Jewelry store in the background is Dorfmans on Newbury Street in Boston.
This painting is 11x14 done with acrylics on stretched cotton. It is for sale in my Etsy shop.

Tuesday, April 6, 2010


April is well underway, and it's time for my monthly giveaway. April is Autism Awareness month. Since blue is the color most associated with autism, I will be giving away this 8x10 fine art reproduction. Printed on heavy weight acid free matte paper with archival inks. Lovely quality.
All you have to do is : Become a follower of this blog. The winner will be chosen April 24th and posted on this blog.

Monday, April 5, 2010

Queen Of Hearts

Every time I see a deck of cards, it reminds me of being 10 years old, playing Slap Jack or Crazy Eights on a towel at Seabrook beach. Instead of paying attention to the cards I was dealt, I was busy looking at the intricate designs of the King, Jack and Queen. Some cards are quite beautiful.
This is my newest painting done with acrylic paints on stretched cotton. The Queen of hearts stands 8x10. Available for sale in my Etsy shop.