Today’s sale items are five acrylic paintings on watercolor paper. These are demonstration paintings in a representational abstract style. Your choice for the SALE PRICE of $10 each!!! Contact email@example.com to purchase.
Archive for July, 2013
The sale continues today. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to purchase any of these original oil paintings.
Posted in Sale, tagged acrylic, daily painter, Dog Days of Summer Sale, E. Wilson Morrison School, Hilda J. Barbour School, impressionism, Landscape, Ressie Jeffries School, Virginia Artist on July 29, 2013| 2 Comments »
The annual Dog Days of Summer Sale start today. This week I will list a few paintings each day that will be offered at extremely discounted prices. These are all original paintings so there is only one available. The description will give the size and medium of each piece. Just email me if you would like to purchase any of these special offers. And thanks for your continued support!
Today’s group of paintings are the demonstration paintings of the schools done for the Warren County Anniversary project for school kids. Just contact email@example.com to purchase.
Hilda J Barbour School, acrylic on watercolor paper, 12″ x 21″, SALE PRICE $25.
E. Wilson Morrison School, acrylic on watercolor paper, 12″ x 21″, SALE PRICE $25.
Ressie Jeffries School, acrylic on watercolor paper, 12″ x 21″, SALE PRICE $25.
The 17th in the series of 30 MLB Fields is the home of the Oakland Athletics – O co. Coliseum. The unusual 6 floor seating area in the outfield was built to satisfy Al Davis, the Oakland Raiders owner, to provide more seating and lure the football team back from L.A.
Our final painting for this session of Art Camp is a bright and fun VW Bug based on Andy Warhol’s. The kids loved doing this one and they did an outstanding job.
We had a wonderful week studying famous painters and the young painters have some wonderful new art for their homes. Great job!
There is one session of Art Camp remaining this year, August 5-8. If you have a young artist who would like to paint contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Yesterday we had such excitement at art camp. We were studying George Rodrigue of Blue Dog fame and we painted a blue dog and Waffle! Waffle is Maggie’s, one of the art campers, new puppy. So Waffle came to class to have his photo made with the painters after they finished his painting. How adorable!
He is a young guy, I think about 4 months, and he is all puppy fat and cuteness. Who could resist? Not me. I had to pick up his little chunky self and squeeze it a little. He wasn’t thrilled but let me get in a few hugs and kisses. Thanks Waffle for being our inspiration.