Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Well Heeled #2

I'm trying out my first auction on Daily Paintworks and it's kind of fun to watch! This pastel painting titled Well Heeled #2, is first up. I know it looks very much like the one I posted below in my January 26 blog post, but it's actually a different painting.

I spied this well heeled couple in the NYC Meatpacking District one day and the poor unsuspecting characters had no idea they would end up being the favorite subjects of three of my paintings. That's right, I've painted them three times! I loved her flowy melon scarf and leopard coat and his styled, man-chic look. And such attitude! I'm thinking I should have a naming contest ... something along the lines of Mr. and Mrs. Thurston Howell III.

Well Heeled #2, 9" x 12", unframed
This well heeled couple would love to jump onto your wall. There are a few bids going on now and a little less than four days left in the auction. Click here to go directly to the auction.

The paintings in my Daily Paintworks gallery are very affordable because most of them are small and sold unframed. Most are offered with a "click to buy" button, however ... this auction stuff is fun so I may switch them all to auctions. In any case, please visit my gallery and browse around. I'm adding new paintings all the time ... and if you're interested in beach paintings, I will be listing almost all of the 12 beach paintings with figures to be featured in my 2016 beach calendar, available in the fall.

Thanks for stopping by!

P.S.  Bragging note: I DID get a painting accepted into the Austin Pastel Society Juried Exhibition! See post below ... it's the painting called Blue Morning. I'm honored to have it hang alongside the 50 other accepted pastel paintings in the Corridor of Art in downtown Austin from March 2 - May 1. 

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