A blog about my thoughts and my love of artwork as it develops. It reflects some of the basic steps that I go through to achieve the artwork which is eventually presented to Spicher and Co, an innovative design firm that manufactures artwork for the trade. The why, what, how, and where are a few of the questions that I attempt to answer as I blog away! This is a tiny window into the life of a painter, and my hope is that my love for life shines through in the objects that I work to create.
Friday, March 14, 2014
Update of Bohemian in the Springtime
Is it Bohemian in the Springtime
(See first post 2/15-2014)
More Bohemian! That's right. I thought you might be interested in seeing a few examples of the framed pieces. We choose white for the frame, but we could frame it in a black one, too. There are many frames for you to choose. Wholesale accounts, please look for these at High Point Furniture Market the beginning of April. Retail customers, please call for an outlet near you! Like us on Facebook!
This is the final version of this series.
I have a very subtle crackled linen background. I don't know if you noticed that I had posted a more antiqued version (which I happily deleted). I wanted this to look fresh! No grunge for my flowers!
These will be available in a few short weeks from Spicher and Company. I like the background. It has a sort of etherial feel to it! There are 6 (I think in this series). I know that I should know, but I paint so much that I lose track.