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Winter art

As I mentioned in Sunday's post, I'll be selling my original watercolors at half price this week in hopes of finding every painting a good home (and of clearing up that space behind my desk).  Today's theme is Winter.  If you buy one or more of the paintings below, they'll go in the mail early next week and will probably take roughly another week to arrive.

Winter wonderland
Winter Wonderland

27.75" x 21.75"

Sold
$150 + $50 S&H

Ground Cedar in the snow reminded me of a Christmas scene in miniature.


Longest night
The Longest Night

29.5" x 21.75"


$150 + $50 S&H

Although shriveled by the time the winter solstice arrives, this acorn is still full of life and is ready to sprout in the spring.



I hope you've enjoyed this journey back in time into my head a decade ago.  Thank you to everyone who has bought art!


This post is part of our Nature Art lunchtime series.  Read all of the entries:


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I remember those pictures so well. We still have our mushroom painting you did, still in a prime spot. I wish I could purchased the Longest Night, but I do hope it goes to a good home. :-)
Comment by Brandy Sun Dec 1 06:49:31 2013

One very unique homestead, $1,500 per acre, the opportunity of a lifetime