Rows, and a Toast

Rows, a 24″ x 48″ acrylic on canvas. Available.

I’m always influenced to paint the colors that are around me, but usually by the end of any given season, it’s time to move on. I thought I had moved on from green…until…this scene stopped me in my tracks. My husband needed convincing to squeeze our vehicle through a narrow space to get to this exact view. But when we arrived, “the angels sang,” as I like to describe those catch-your-breath moments.

“Angled Sun, Port Oneida” – a 36″x48″ acrylic on canvas. Available.

You are all invited to LaFontsee’s Douglas location for Toast!, an exhibition opening on Sunday, September 2, from 12:00-4:00. There will be artist demos, and you can meet many of the artists represented in this show. I will be there, and I think the painting above is one of mine which will be displayed. If you are coming, please send me a message about when you plan to be there; I may have to pop in and out during the four hours, and wouldn’t want to miss you!


A little P.S.: I apologize for the Test Landscape page that was emailed to everyone a few weeks ago. A wonderful WordPress tech was helping me explore an option on my website, and she accidentally pushed the “Publish” button. Oops.

2 thoughts on “Rows, and a Toast

  1. I know just what you mean about coming upon a place and a scene that takes your breath away! You have a fine way of capturing those moments and sharing them in your art! We are blessed to have such rich and beautiful surroundings in our great State – and blessed when patient husbands help get us to the right spot! 🙂


    1. Yes, we are blessed indeed…by this beautiful state and by our fine husbands! Thanks for your kind words about my art. I appreciate you taking the time to comment!


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