On her recent trip to Paris, Jane became obsessed with a stunning blue dress in the window of a small boutique. After spending a pretty penny on the gown, she realized she had nowhere to wear it and found herself donning it every night, giving it a twirl in the privacy of her own closet. Every girl can dream
This doggie's owners are away for the day and he is breaking all the rules. Not only is he forbidden to lay on the couch, but especially not the couch with the silk pillows. He appreciates a little luxury and clearly deserves it after terrorizing the family cat all day.
The original of "Lazy Day" has sold, but is also available as a PRINT
Serenity on the Lake
20" x 24" Oil on Canvas
Gallery Wrapped, ready to hang
The original of "Serenity on the Lake" has sold
36" x 48" Oil on Gallery Wrapped Canvas
This piece is neutral enough for any setting and is a great size for above the sofa or mantel. It is a serene piece with a contemporary feel. The canvas was textured before the painting began and there are many areas of thick paint application. The drips add a loose and relaxed feel as well.
20" x 24" x 1" Oil on Canvas
Everyone knew that Gwendolyn threw the best parties in the city. Each one had a theme and guests were not allowed entry without dressing as requested. When she threw herself a "Wizard of Oz" birthday soirée, her emerald gown did not disappoint.
Ellen was always a very patient woman. She had to be with a husband like Brad. Tonight she is ready for a night out on the town with her dear husband, waiting on the velvet sofa while he assembles his cuff links.
Clara the Cat Lady
30" x 40" x 1.5" Oil on Canvas
On her way out the door to meet her blind date, Clara received one last "good luck leg rub" from Murphy the Cat. Little did she know, her suitor had a terrible cat allergy and hardly made it through the caviar appetizer. She decided to finish the meal alone, sipped her Chardonnay and figured it was for the best.
Waiting on the Steps
20" x 24" Original Oil Painting on Gallery Wrapped Canvas
12" x 12" x 1.5" Oil on Canvas, impasto technique
Paige was always told that she threw like a girl and she took it as a compliment. Her hula hooping skills, however, would follow her into adulthood where they came in very handy as a mother of three.