Friday, April 10, 2009

Fresh Fruit is done!


Finally! It sure feels good to get a painting done for a change. Need to do this more often. I created two of these, though the lettering is different and the colors a bit different as I was playing around with color and style. I gave the other one to my stepmom for Christmas or a birthday, gosh I can't remember now. Anyway, this one has been sitting in a box waiting to get done. This is done on a 9" x 12" gallery wrap canvas so the sides are painted and it comes ready to hang. I'm putting this one up on my website at www.mothersdreamartworks.com. It can be yours for $145.

6 comments:

Judy C said...

How terrific it is. I loved painting pears, etc when I was painting. But I was so slow I should have just painted rotten pears.

Sheryl Parsons said...

Lol Judy! Try apples, they last longer...:-). I take photographs and then copy them so I don't have to worry about losing the freshness. And after all is said and done, some things just come out better than others. I've redone the fruit lettering so many times this morning I'm cross eyed. So there you have it! Thanks for coming by...gotta go clean now.....

Sheryl

Maggie said...

Sheryl your painting is just beautiful.... looks so real. Thank you for stopping by my blog and for your kind words about my clown doll.

blessings Maggie =)
Cedar Hill Rustics

Sheryl Parsons said...

Hi Maggie, Thank you!
Everyone should see your delightful doll!

:-)
Sheryl

Johanna Parker said...

Love that fruity painting along with the old-time lettering... very FUN!......

PS..... glad you enjoyed Jack's Easter photo!... sounds like your cat Raisin could have been Jack's buddy.... Too cute, and what fond memories they leave behind!

Happy Spring!
~ Johanna

Sheryl Parsons said...

Absolutely Johanna! Thanks for stopping by.
:-)
Sheryl