Posts Tagged ‘gardens’

Painting #25: Rosey Lover

Artists for A Pristine Planet

SOLD. Painting #25: TITLE: Rosey Lover. Someone sent me an image of this rose…only it was lavender. I decided that rose, magenta and reds were better suited to this beautiful spirally shape. Roses always remind me of lovers.

Today I had such a nice surprise. I was talking with the help guy at Message Broadcaster ( at http://bit.ly/message-broadcaster ) – he saw what I was doing and said he’d sponsor the 100-days 100-paintings with 100 days of messages! My first Official Sponsor! Very cool. Thank you!

And if you miss getting the original, get a giclee print (a giclee is a high-quality print on canvas – so good you almost can’t tell the difference between it and the original) here http://bit.ly/Rosey-Lover-Prints.

Looking for great gifts? I invite you to get a gorgeous, gem colored mousey-pad of it here: http://bit.ly/Rosey-Lover-MP.

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Painting #15 & 16! Rosey Lips

Artists for A Pristine Planet

SOLD. Rosey Lips. Are they really that colorful? Yep, they really do look like that! (Go to google images and see: flapjack succulents, or Kalanchoe Luciae.) There are some I saw there that have deep, lipstick-red lips! Amazing, and so lovely to be able to go out and see in my garden every day. This original painting was done in acrylics on 9″ x 12″ canvas.

GET A PRINT! If you miss getting the original, you can get a high-quality print on paper or canvas of this image starting at $104.00: http://bit.ly/rosey-prints

GET A MOUSEY PAD! Can’t afford an original or don’t have room, but still need something nice on your desk? Here’s where you can get a mousey pad of the same image (and others): http://bit.ly/rosey-MP

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