paintings: lemons, a chickadee, and more tulips

blue bowl with lemons 9″x12″

When I saw the reference photo (shared by Mary Beth Harrison) for these lemons, I was impressed by the vividness of the colors. The deep shadows play so well against the yellow, and the overall simplicity of the shapes is calming. I love it. 9″x12″ oil on cradled wood board, available here. SOLD, thank you!

flirty 8″x8″

This little chickadee’s position is so playful, I had to paint him. He’s so confident, and secure. 8″x8″ oil on cradled wood board. Available here. From a reference photo shared by Stephen Williams.

the yellow jug 6″x12″

More tulips from my spring garden. I love how a painting can bring summer indoors year-round. 6″x12″ oil on cradled wood board. Available here. SOLD, thank you!

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