Celebrate Spring Giveaway!


Spring is in the air and it is time for another gift to my newsletter subscribers.

The sun is brighter, the air a little warmer, the potholes a little deeper, and those bulbs that were planted last fall are just waiting for the snow to disappear before bursting out in glorious colour.

But you don't have to wait that long to have colour on your walls.

impasto rose

At the end of March, I will be mailing both 4" x 4" textural canvases to a new home. They might be coming your way!

I love all the variations in colour and the crackling that has happened quite haphazardly in both pieces.

Yes, you are seeing little Swarovski crystals in the leaves and flowers. The crystals glitter like the last dewdrops on a sunny morning.

These impasto samplers (thick applications of paste with a palette knife) have been varnished and are ready to brighten someone's home this spring.

impasto carnationIf you are already a subscriber, congratulations!  You need do nothing more than sit back and relax.

Your name will be automatically entered into the draw. I will personally contact you at the end of March if you are the lucky winner.

How to win two paintings and bring spring into your home...

If you are not a subscriber to my newsletter, it isn't too late!  Here is what you must do to qualify to win:

  1. Share this post from my artist facebook page to your own wall on facebook.
  2. Leave a comment "shared" in the box on my artist facebook page.
  3. Subscribe to my newsletter.

These little giveaways are part of a series of new impasto textured art work.

Visit this page for more information if you live in my area.  You can learn to make a colourful creation of your own to brighten your home this spring.

The same impasto technique in the flowers was also used in "Neptune's Playground" below. I love my recent large painting now hanging in my master bathroom. Of course I used all my favourite colours and it just makes me so happy each time I look at it, which is often.

Stay tuned for more news from my art room!

(photo in header by Débora Rousse)

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