What a talented artist you are. I would love to do a tour of your home
Do you paint for the public?
Can't wait to see more shots from your lovely murals.
Thanks so much Lori..... Thats enough compliments though or I'll get a big head
No I painted them to see if I could! and you just about did have a tour of my home I only have a small place and the only area painted are photographed... But I have albums and albums of all the things I painted on and sold LIke 60 year old milk cans from the old dairy's whe they milked cows by hand and old cream /butter churns and watering cans if you want to see them I'll post some... but I have no more murals
Thank you so much for your kind and complimentary encouragement... I must get around to posting some of the other stuff I did .. just never get enough time.. Granny Ladybug and I are still flat out workingh up a storm soon to be released .. so these days I dont get to even pick up a paint brush ..Digital scrapbooking is the outlet and satisfaction for my artistic desire at the moment. But One day I intend to introduce some real life art to scrapbooking as backgrounds and as embellishments so its nice to know there is someone who likes my work..thanks again
Moonbeam - I must echo what everyone is saying! Your Murals are absolutely Fabulous!!! You are quite an artist. I like to paint also, and acrylics, and I will paint wood, tin, saw blades, just about anything! But my favorite is to paint landscapes of water, mountains, cabins, deer, etc... But I don't paint anything like you do!! But it makes me want to pull out all my paint stuff again! I hope you will show us more of your talent! You are an inspiration to me! Thanks so much for sharing!
Thank you MNToots,
I'd love to see some of your work too... hope you post some.. I have never tried watercolour or oil but one of these days I'd love to try it..I have only ever done acrylics..
these murals were my feeble attempt to combine folk art with trompe L'oeil...but if you want to se what a real trompe L'oeil artist can do check out Ron Francis' work http://www.users.senet.com.au/~rfrancis/