Saturday, May 14, 2011

She Sells Sea Shells on the Sea Shore



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This trio reminds me a little song that I was learning in my English class back many many years ago... My friend and I attended this class for fun. We were probably 16 or 17 and decided to learn English.. If only I knew that in 15 more years I will study English for real here in America. Good memories!......................................................................................................... You never know what you have ahead; although, you should always think about a positive outcome and know that everything you do is for a REASON..
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5"x7" Watercolor on 140 lb Cold Pressed Paper

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One of my favorite paintings that also includes seashells is the Girl And The Ocean artwork that became one of my bestsellers

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Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Bobtail Cutie

This little creature was a very cute cat with no tail but with very curious attitude. He went around my neighbor's backyard chasing Dragon Flies and Butterflies. But when my friend and I had a conversation on the back porch he came to listen to us and protected us from fly invasion.
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8"x10" Watercolor on 140 Cold Pressed Arches

Competition

It is always nice to win; although we all know that Artists usually paint because they like to paint not only for winning ( at least I do :) But still, it is such a pleasure when your work is appreciated and voted to get a first place. Small but accomplishment.
My "Boys and The Ocean" painting got the first place in April Theme at Watercolor Yahoo Group. Sweet!!!

Sunday, May 1, 2011

From the Bee View

We all know how beautiful nature looks like from the bird's view. This time I looked at the flower from the Bee point of view imagining how bee comes to the flower, decides if it is good enough to land and do the job... I hope that these two Amaryllis close-ups would attract the bee and not only them :)
I painted these two paintings like twins together in one wash at the time. And I've run through lots of Cadmium Red and Alizarin Crimson. Hopefully they these kids will find a good home one day; and they will stay together (next to each other, like twins would do)
8"x10" Watercolor on Paper, Canson 140 lb Cold Pressed

Recent Bestsellers - Art For Home Decor and On Merchandise

The last few weeks were very busy at my Online Gallery . Many art pieces from abstract to hyper realism were sold for a home interior ...