oil 12x12 inches I painted this back in October on a sunny morning in our backyard. The painting has a great sense of early morning light, better seen in person. Currently it can be viewed through January the Claremont Community Foundation in Claremont, CA. For purchase information, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I hope you had a Merry Christmas and Happy Hanukkah! I'm looking forward to the New Year with a renewed commitment to new paintings and personal growth. How about you? I still have a few openings in my January and February workshops, if you'd like to learn painting in oils, or boost your skills and enjoy a weekend painting with like minded folks. Just email me for more info.
oil 6x8 FRAMED See this painting at the Claremont Community Foundation as part of the group show "UnreNOUNed." Available for purchase by email: email@example.com. WORKSHOPS!!!I have openings in my January 19&20 and also February 9&10 workshops. Location: Upland, CA. NEW OFFERING: For the absolute beginner I offer an Intro to Oils Private to Semi-Private class upon request. Three hours of guided instruction $80. Painting from life, not a photo. Use of my materials are included. This is a great way to see if you like oil painting, or get back into it if you feel intimidated by the workshop setting. Would make a great gift! For more information, please Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
oil 8x6 inches I really enjoyed painting this, one of my favorite subjects: things in a jar. This painting is framed and on display at the Claremont Community Foundation, Claremont, CA. Located in the Village and open during business hours only. It's part of the beautiful group show "UnreNOUNed". This would make a great gift for your loved one who sews. It is even better in person and framed in dark wood with silver lip. Email me for purchase information. email@example.com
oil 8x8 inches Purchase info here. Here's a summery painting I did back in August. Only recently was I able to get a decent photo of it. It's a gloomy drizzly day here in So Cal. Maybe this piece will remind us of warmer days picking flowers and eating peaches.