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Archive for July, 2010
Posted in daily painter, Sale, tagged acrylic, Beach, daily painter, daily painting, Dog Days of Summer, impressionism, Landscape, oil painting, Sale, Shenandoah Valley, Virginia Artist on July 28, 2010| Leave a Comment »
Posted in daily painter, Sale, tagged acrylic, daily painter, daily painting, Dog Days of Summer, flowers, fruit, impressionism, Landscape, oil painting, Sale, Virginia Artist on July 27, 2010| Leave a Comment »
If you are interested in purchasing any of these original paintings at the super sale price during the Dog Days of Summer sale, contact me at email@example.com . Thank you.
It’s that time of year…..the Dog Days of Summer Sale. I will be listing several paintings each day over the next week or so at extreme discounts, at least 50% off the original price. They will be sold on a first come, first purchase basis. Just email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in purchasing one of these original paintings. (I do accept credit cards!) The paintings are listed at unframed prices but I can include a frame for a small fee. Just let me know if you would like one.
Please come back each day to see what new items will be listed for the DOG DAYS OF SUMMER SALE!
Roses by the Door is an oil on canvas measuring 12″x12″ and is available for $195 framed. This is the second in the House and Garden series of paintings. (Click here to see the first one.)
Thanks to everyone who sent good wishes for Lincoln. He is a little sport, that’s for sure. To answer a few questions that came in about him:
I think (and my vet agrees) that he is a Dachshund/Airedale Terrier mix. Not sure how that happened but it must have involved a ladder.
And we think he is about 1 year to a year and a half old so we have given him Lincoln’s birthday in February. Appropriate for him!
And he must be a painter because when I got home from art class last night he had turned over a trash can and dug out a piece of palette paper that I had thrown out that had oil paint on it and he painted a rug and the hardwood floor. Maybe I should have named him Picasso!
Meet Lincoln. He is the newest addition to the Walker household. Jed was lonely all by himself so we started looking a few weeks ago for a new baby to bring home. After searching for a little girl, it turns out that Jed like boys better. 🙂
Lincoln (Abraham Lincoln Walker) formerly known as Griffon at our shelter, was a stray picked up by animal control. He was at our shelter, the Humane Society of Warren County, for about a month before we couldn’t resist and brought him home on Sunday. He and Jed have been playing very hard since then. It’s so nice that they play well together.
Lincoln went to the vet on Tuesday for neutering. I know people have mixed feeling about this but I think it is the responsible thing to do unless you have show dogs. He seems none the worse for it. The problem is keeping him from playing too much until he is healed.
We think he is about 1-2 years old so we split the difference and are saying he’s one and a half. And boy he is still a puppy! Hopefully that will calm down soon. Wish us luck.