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The Kingdom of Spring
Oil on Canvas
24″ x 48″
unframed, ready to hang.
No prints will be made of this painting
$800.00, plus tax and shipping.
Members of my creative groups get half price.
“What if,” my wife said, “you did one of your paintings on a lampshade?”
Being a woman I listen to and who is often full of good ideas (generally more of them than I can do.), I gave it a go this week. And here it is. I call the painting “Cuba” because it reminds me of the jazz and lights of old Cuba, particularly at night when the light is behind it instead of in front of it.
In a way, it’s two pieces of art in one. One set of colors and whiteness in the day, and something entirely different at night when the lamp is mixed. Oil on lamp shade.
I have no idea what to charge for it, but I am open to offers…..
Watercolor on paper
approximately 25″ x 18″
$550.00 plus shipping
40% discount to regular patrons and members of my creative groups.
Contact me directly to purchase the original.
Peace. Still Waters. No fear
Even in the face of mine enemies…
Your Huddled Masses
Oil on mounted canvas
36″ x 24″
Unframed, ready to hang.
A Celebration of Immigrants. So often feared and reviled, they are actually the color in our country, and always have been.
Contact me if you are interested in the original painting. You can get museum quality prints of this painting and many other items with this art on it at Fine Art America.
5″ x 7″
Framed to 9″ x 12″
Note: There will be no prints made of this painting. If you are interested in the original, please contact me.
I wrote of this painting in my Quarry House Blog this morning. In the blog, I wrote “…. All the same, I am glad to be painting again. I am glad to be in the studio a couple of days a week. Glad to see my thoughts and emotions showing up in color and line again. This little painting, for instance, is called “Homer’s Garden.”
I was thinking about my former father in law, Homer Duty. I loved that man and I was terribly sad at his loss. I still feel it some days, particularly in the spring. He loved his yard and loved his garden, and he loved the people around him.
He would have been sad that his daughter and I divorced, but he was of such a spirit, that had he lived, I believe he would have stayed a friend. And he would have liked the woman I am marrying in a few weeks. He would likely have given me something from his garden.
The forsythia are blooming, and one of them came from a cutting from one of his forsythia bushes. I have carried those cuttings with me from place to place ever since he passed, and when they begin to bloom, I think of him.