15x22 in progress
5 prints of Baylor Hospital signed and numbered
Overview of work in the last 3 months
Greetings on this very, very cold morning in Dallas! It has been overcast and bitterly cold, I had to lay my paintings out to see some bright colors. Actually, someone wanted to see my work, so I invited them over to have a looksee in my make-shift gallery.
I could not keep up with the 30 paintings in 30 days challenge this past January. The painting on the top is a pour I started for the challenge. It is almost finished. Inspired from a photo I took when on a study abroad program in 1989. I was there as part of the architecture program at Texas A&M. To this day, our group keeps in contact via facebook.
The next photo is a snapshot of 5 prints that Baylor Hospital ordered after seeing the original painting I was commissioned to paint as a gift to an executive at Baylor. They are considering to order note cards, too.
Great news - I was accepted to participate in the Dallas Arboretum Art Show - Artscape!!!! The dates are April 26 & 27. Wow, I hope I sell some paintings. This will be to a much broader audience, I am curious to see how it goes. The Dallas Arboretum wants the art to be of a nature theme. You know I love painting flowers, but, I also like my city paintings! The city scenes are what I sell the most. I will also have to pay to be in the show as well as pay for display rental. The other art shows I have not had to pay anything except commission on pieces that sold. I am thankful that my husband is encouraging and says go for it, it will be a great experience. Can you help me by letting me know what kind of paintings you would buy if you were at a nature themed art show?