Flowers, Critters,Textures and Color
Oh, how I like to paint flowers. I love their beauty and grace, the riots of color, their subtle shadings, and delicate petals. I frequently use pallet knives to complete my paintings. Occasionally, little animals and critters will hide behind my plants or crawl into my garden paintings. What could be more joyous than to bring this wonderful outdoor experience indoors and place one of these floral paintings in your home or office?
Saturday, May 11, 2013
My birthday is at the end of this month. I would like everyone who can to help me celebrate by donating to the Charity Water Fund. 100% of your donation will go to funding clean water. To read more about this project, DONATE and to see my donation page, just click below;
Sunday, May 5, 2013
Whiskers in Green Fields
4x4, oil on panel
Today's painting, yes another rabbit, this is my second donation piece for the Salida Artwalk Auction. I guess they will have to just get by with my rabbits this year. Most years I do a painting of some geese and then a floral.... Let's see how the rabbits fare. Hip hop, hippity hop... Who will bid on the bunnies?
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Friday, May 3, 2013
The Carrot Garden
This painting is one of my donations for the Salida Art Walk held in June here in Salida. There is an auction of these 4x4 original paintings and other art media that folks bid on to raise money for Art Walk. You can view more of my paintings on my website: SpohnStudio.com I will post more information on the Salida Art Walk and this auction as the dates draw near...
Wednesday, April 24, 2013
The Rabbit Hole
16 x 20
original acrylic painting
Today's painting is the 3rd in my new series of outdoor garden paintings. I like the simplicity of this painting and the high contrast. I want this series to be somewhat whimsical, and now I believe simplicity is the key. To view this painting and others, please visit my website. SpohnStudio.com
Tuesday, April 23, 2013
5x7 greeting card
Look who hopped into the studio today! A white rabbit, that I ended up naming Frank. I think he has been hopping about this area since Easter. I really wonder what I will find when I finally get around to cleaning my studio. This painting is for sale for $35.00 and you can purchase on my website: SpohnStudio.com