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Thursday, August 14, 2008

Relaxing, oil 8 X 10


Hi, I've been off relaxing for the last couple of days. My husband and I spent a couple of days in a very quaint town called Madison , Indiana. It's full of historic buildings with lots of great architecture. I took lots of photos and even tried my hand at taking photos outside at night. I may have to paint some of these buildings, you know I will. Good news, I had two pieces accepted for a juried show in September. This piece is called Relaxing, in oil on a 8 X 10 canvas panel. It is available to purchase, $30 plus $7 shipping anywhere in the continental US. 8 X 10 is a standard size and so easy to frame. Contact me at barbarapask@zoomtown.com if you're interested in purchasing it. Have a good day

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8 comments:

Felicia Marshall said...

Feet are very hard to paint. Usually people avoid them. You however have handled them like a master.

Barbara Pask said...

Hi Felicia, Thank you so much, I really appreciate that. You know so well how to paint people so that makes it more of a complement.

Susan Carlin said...

Congratulations on your paintings jurying in! Felicia is right. My favorite part of your painting is the feet and and ankles and the shadow on them. Way cool, Barb!

Barbara Pask said...

Hi Susan, Thanks so much, it was one of my goals this year to try to get into this show. I like her legs and feet more than her face too, they're more interesting I think.

Dean H. said...

Conrats on getting two works accepted into the show, Barb. Your hard work deserves it.
I checked out your new Etsy art. Very nice stuff. Good luck with sales.

Barbara Pask said...

Thank you so much Dean. I hope I do well on Etsy too, I didn't list all the time on Ebay and when I did that wasn't going too well. I always appreciate you stopping by.

Carol Schiff Studio said...

Hi Barbara, Thanks so much for the nice comments on my blog. Your work is lovely, keep working hard. I like this one especially, love the way she is dangling the shoe off her foot! Nice and loose. Carol

Barbara Pask said...

Hi Carol, Thank you for your nice comment. I'm glad you came by to see me. This was fun to paint.