Tuesday, March 4, 2008

Southernmost Foliage-8x6-oil on c.b.

Back at it with the knife twice today. did a conch house earlier and the owner wanted it. first one sold off the easel so far. this is the third of the day. its called southernmost foliage because everything on this side of key west is the southernmost whatever in the u.s.a. So this had to be the southernmost palm right? want to do some of these big as well.
But you can have it for $185 unframed before it gets to the galleries if you'll contact me.


paintingsbyb.price said...

Like the knife work its awesome! I saw this ladys knife work when in Tubac Az. and it blew me away. It was all plein air work. Large canvas, she painted on her easel attach to her trailer. As soon as i check my notes a find her name i'll let you know. Hello to all.

paintingsbyb.price said...

Did my home work! Louisa McElwain she was at Karin Newby Gallery. Check her out shes amazing.