Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Fine Art That Liked To Be Framed - Realism In Watercolor

portrait reading book

It is becoming a great tradition to post some pictures from my customers with artworks framed in their environment. 

Tomorrow is Thanksgiving Day and I am very happy to thank all my art collectors who not only purchased my art, but sent me photos of the framed art pieces. 

Here are just a few of them from this wonderful and productive year.

One of my great customers from Albuquerque, New Mexico ordered this commission painting of Ranunculus Flowers for her mom:
watercolor still life

Art collector and long time customer of mine from Alamo, California, framed this humorous painting Bee Happy for her friend. She also had one of my Fall paintings Still Life With Pumpkin on a wall renting it for last year Thanksgiving dinner:
watercolor realism

My dear art collector from Floral Park, New York, framed this White Jasmine painting in a cute intricate silver frame that gave a great feeling of continuation of the Silver-like mellow background of the painting: 

paint glass


I love how my art collector from American Canyon, California, placed painting of A Fashion Girl with white background into a light mat but separated it with complimenting color blue trim:
watercolor art

One of my new customers from Poca City, Oklahoma, chose exclusively colorful and cheerful mats for my Roses In The Blue Vase painting:
painting fine art


Art collector from Elk Grove, California, converted her bedroom in a magic garden decorating her house with my prints and original paintings:

floral art

New customer from Livingston, Alabama, chose my first two paintings of Seashells Collection for her living room:

realism in watercolor

Many thanks to the winner-customer of this year from Brentwood, California, for purchasing many large paintings for his private collection: 
Tulips
I am glad that they all found a great wall to hang on and now they are bringing the joy, the beauty, and their stories to a nice family and its guests. 

Lemon Apricot Tulips Garden

As I have my paintings sold in the form of prints on Fine Art America, most of the times I have no communication with the customers. Yet one great customer from Malaysia contacted me through FAA, purchased the prints, had them framed, and sent  me a lovely pictures of the artworks ready to be hung on the wall of the new house:


Golden Gate Bridge California


As I pointed out at the beginning, it was productive year. It was great to paint commission pieces as well as the artworks of my choice. Also, I had a chance and honor to participate in Parkinson Cure Gala and donated two paintings. One of them settled at the house of an art collector from Vancouver, WA: 
Onion Peas Bellpepper Jalapegnos


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3 comments:

Studio at the Farm said...

I couldn't find anywhere else to leave a note. Thank you so much for your comment on my cards!

Studio at the Farm said...

Glad they have all gone to People who love their art. They look good, Irina.

renate said...

Dear Irina:) You must be so proud! I would be:) It's so deserved. Your paintings are so beautiful. I hope the next year will be a good year too! I still like the card I had from you:) Have a nice weekend and a big hug.xx

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