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Saturday, November 28, 2009

Ho Ho! *SOLD*


I had a wonderful Thanksgiving and now my tree is up and I've made a dent in my shopping! I have lots of painting to do, so I wanted to have my Christmas "chores" done early! This little 4"x4" painting of Santa will be at Stonehenge Gallery - show opens this Thursday, December 3rd! 11 artists will have small works available for $150 or less!

Friday, November 27, 2009

Iron Bowl Day!! *SOLD*


This is a great big day around here!! My family is all about Bama - but I have to pull for my alma mater - Auburn! It makes it more fun to have a little football tension in the air, anyway!! This painting was done a few years ago - obviously after a victory on the Plains and Toomer's Corner was appropriately embellished!

Monday, November 23, 2009

Counting My Blessings *SOLD*


A summertime painting entitled "Curb Market Color", but I wanted to post it now because it embodies so much of what I'm thankful for! The beauty and bounty of the earth, food on our table, jobs, our country, the seasons. Our curb market is so full of memories for me, too - trips with my grandparents, my mother, my sisters - such happy times!

Friday, November 20, 2009

"Warm Glow" Takes a Trip! *SOLD*


Should've mentioned this on the blog earlier in the month, but I was excited that this painting ended up in Coastal Living magazine's Idea House in Sunset Harbor, NC! You can see it (with the aid of a magnifying glass!) on page 8 of the November issue! It's on the end table, behind a plant...even so, I'm happy about it!! The title is "Warm Glow". The house was decorated by Montgomerys' Phillip Sides. Check it out on line - it's beautiful!

Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Catchin' A Breeze *SOLD*

This is one of the paintings that I just delivered recently to a new gallery I'm in at Seaside, Florida - the L2 Gallery. It is a lovely gallery in a beautiful town! If you're in the area, please stop by!

Thursday, November 5, 2009

The Quiet of Yellowleaf Creek *SOLD*


This painting will be auctioned on November 19th in Birmingham to benefit the Alabama Freshwater Land Trust - a great organization whose mission is the "acquisition and stewardship of lands that enhance water quality and preserve open space." Please check out the event which is titled "ArtScape" at their website www.freshwaterlandtrust.org!
This painting was done from photos that I took at Yellowleaf Creek in Shelby County - a beautiful spot!