Thursday, October 2, 2014

The Whalers

Anchor Away! 

This painting is about a whale, a poor one, that is anchored to shore.  Don't get mad, I didn't paint him speared!  It's all in a day's work and all for fun.  

I normally paint the whale either black or white.  Whales are not only black (and they really aren't technically 'black') but they are other colors, too--such as, grey, white, brown, or tan.  This painting is missing the piece of glass that should be installed between the  two frames.  When I find the perfect wavy piece of glass, it will be assembled and I will update this blog entry and post this on ETSY. 

My favorite part of this painting is the little yellow house with blue windows.  I don't know why, but for some reason, I love the way this looks.  

While I am at it, I wanted to show you what my booth looked like at the Bedminster Art show in Doylestown a few weekends ago.  I had a really good show and continue to receive orders from this show.  I have some of the paintings still in stock as well as a few large prints of ships.  Let me know if you are interested in something that you have seen on this blog because I just might have it! 


Although, my name is not mentioned, the picture of the bright red booth is mine.  It was so much fun! 

Thanks for looking! 

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