They say blondes have more fun. I think this Blonde is looking slightly perturbed because she is the only painting left out of Margaretann Bennett's collection of four at The Affordable Art Show (the three that sold were brunettes. . . . just saying . . .).
As I brush back my long dark hair, I'm pondering how well most of the artists are doing at our annual Affordable Art Show. Many are selling three or more paintings out of their collections of up to six. Emma Waine (below) has only one left.
Lovely Marion Thomson (below) has sold three of her five. I'm so proud when the artists sell well, but of course in an ideal world, I want everyone to sell just as well.
I am interested in George's work because it stands out as something different. The edges are curved because he paints directly onto a wooden panel shaped that way. He works on layers and layers, building up a feeling as much as a impression of the landscape.