Monday, June 22, 2009

Sneak Preview of next series of paintings

                       First Blush
             5.5" x 5.5" unframed - watercolor
                    140 lb. Arches paper

I had a fabulous time in Campbell River, Vancouver Island, B.C. with my sister and brother-in-law. We did lots of exploring of many unique places, I walked almost everyday to the beach, took over 700 photos, and ate like a queen (lots of seafood)! Both of my flights were smooth, and I even got to talk photography with another photographer the entire flight there. )If you are reading this Rick, I want to know that you are working on that blog!!! :-) )

But now it is back to "reality" - laundry, meals, gardening, and of course, painting!


This is the first painting in my next set of collectable art. In this series, there will be 3 apples, all 7" x 7" in their cute little white frames. I will be posting the rest of the paintings later this week.

As always, let me know if you are interested in purchasing this set. Each painting is $25.00 individually, $47.50 for two, or $72.00 for all 3, plus shipping and handling. These frames are quite light, so shipping costs will be minimal.

Contact me at jogiesbrecht@gmail.com

4 comments:

Paz said...

Welcome back! Glad you had a nice time away.

I love this painting. Love the green color, enhanced by that beautiful blush. It's very tempting. I'd love to take a bite. ;-)

Have a good week and happy painting.

Paz

L.Holm said...

Gosh, sounds like the perfect vacation! complete with a smooth flight and a decent seat companion!
Your apple is beautiful-- so delicate, and perfectly painted!

Joanne said...

Hi Paz,
I am happy to be back, but I do love being next to the ocean. *sigh* I am glad to know you like this apple - I like the 3 of them together, which you will see in the next post I do. Thanks for stopping by - and have a great week too!

Joanne said...

Thank you Liz for your encouragement. I LOVE the last 2 paintings you have on your blog - they are fantastic! You have managed to portray so much character in each of the portraits - and they are so different from one another. I look forward to seeing the next painting you post. :-) I'm a fan!