Here are three paintings I offered to choose from for Father’s Day. Guess which one got the most votes? The middle one, the sunset. I like it too! I will be offering a video showing how to paint this on Friday, June 19. If you want a link to the video, send me your emailContinue reading “Which one would you choose to paint for Father’s Day?”
Here is another painting for children on a 12 x 12 canvas. Again, I provide templates for the leaf and ladybug, kids just paint!
Children like to paint too! This is a fun butterfly on an 11 x 14 canvas. I provide the butterfly template so no worries! Great for a children’s group and/or birthday party!
Who doesn’t love a gnome? They seem to be everywhere! This one is having his morning coffee. This is a 16 x 20 canvas, I provide the template for the gnome and lettering. You just have fun painting!
These boards are 48 inches tall and about 11 inches wide. Perfect to place on your porch in the spring! If you want to make one, I stain or paint the board and stencil the letters on. You just have fun and paint! Note: If these boards will be outside, they need toContinue reading “Porch Boards”
Another fun and easy patriotic painting!
This is a great painting for Memorial Day, the Fourth of July, and Veteran’s Day.
who This painting is part of a Painter’s Choice at Pam’s Country Charm in Davison. Who doesn’t love their coffee? View this event on Art in the Mitten on Facebook and see the other choices. Register to save yourself a seat! Refreshments and a door prize are part of the game plan asContinue reading “Coffee: A Hug in a Mug”
This is a painting I will be offering for groups in January. More painting ideas in addition to this will be coming soon! Do you like to paint? Consider having a few friends over to paint and socialize. It is so much fun, and it’s a great way to relax and get away fromContinue reading “Winter Welcome”
This was so much fun to create. It started out with a board cut out in the shape of Michigan, which I was going to paint, but changed my mind and used it for a tracer instead. The rest is just painting and stenciling.
It’s funny how things happen and turn out. This is a smaller size canvas that had an ugly color painted on it, so I painted over it a lilac color (acrylic). Then I saw a photograph of a sail boat and I just let the paint brush do its thing. I always listen to musicContinue reading “Let your soul and spirit fly”