Just got the call that another Mount Tamalpais, Richardson Bay print sold!
I am so grateful for the response to this limited edition print of my painting. This giclee is 10 x 20, printed on dense watercolor paper, surrounded with an 8 ply thick mat and framed in a 14 X 24 wood frame.
It is now hanging in homes throughout Marin County and in Colorado, Ohio and Virginia.
There are 7 framed prints remaining in this final, signed edition.
My Landscape Reduction series has morphed from nature to technology with these new iPhone and iPad cases!
Now you can personalize your phone, and the small royalty I receive will help me buy more paint! See all the options for your iPhone 3, iPhone 4 and iPad at Zazzle.
The hard shell cases are covered with an easy-grip fabric that has been imprinted with the paintings. They are made by Speck, a leading supplier in the Apple stores, and Zazzle has a 100% satisfaction guarantee.
"Mt. Tamalpais, Richardson Bay" is a 10" x 20" giclee, printed with archival inks on heavy watercolor paper, was featured in the Mill Valley Arts Commission Show in April 2010, and on the main gallery wall of the Marin County Fair in 2009. Beautifully matted and wood framed, measuring 14" x 24" and priced at $300 at Moss & Moss on El Paseo in Mill Valley, or send me a note if you would like to buy direct.
The iconic Mill Valley scene - people and yellow dogs enjoying a warm spring day at the Depot Plaza - has been made into prints that were very popular at Open Studios. year. It is available as an 11 x 14 photo print, matted and ready for framing for $50, and as a 16 x 20 poster, for just $30. Contact me to purchase one.
P.S. It is also the profile photo for the Mill Valley Food, Drink & Hospitality Facebook page - a great page to check out if you like finding out what's good and happening in town!
Blogs require lots of care and feeding, and over the past year I sadly neglected the "Paint and Pantry" blog. My aim was to couple my interest in cooking with my interest in painting, but after 20 posts I had run out of steam on food paintings and other interests took over. And spammers started posting totally random comments and website urls. So, farewell "Paint and Pantry" on blogger.
I had been using the home page of my website to post news, and occasionally sending out emails to my mailing list, and my Facebook page has become a regular source of updates and postings, along my not-so-frequent tweets on Twitter,@PaintandPantry.
I realize not everyone who is interested in my art is on Facebook, or Twitter. And honestly, how often are you going to visit a website unless you know something new is happening?
So...hello, news on the website -- which you can get delivered by clicking on the words RSS Feed (the little orange icon under the Categories listing.
But, if you do tweet and use Facebook, anytime you would like to retweet or "like" a post, feel free!
Today, I've moved some of the "front page" stories from the past year to this "News" section, which probably needs a catchier name.
As a featured artist in the garden for the Outdoor Art Club Art, Architecture and Garden Tour, I was asked to paint a scene from one the gardens.
The homeowner had an intimate, flower-filled garden and two very sweet and beloved small dogs.
I decided to paint one of the garden paths from "A Dog's Eye View!"
I was driving through the charming town of Larkspur, California, and noticed that one of my paintings was on display at the Magnolia Gallery - on Magnolia Avenue, near the Tavern at Lark Creek and Yankee Pier restaurants.
A collector brought it in to be framed and the gallery owner, Theresa, decided to put the painting on display while the frame was being built. Thanks for the exposure, Theresa!
The Magnolia Gallery is a warm, friendly place and has simply beautiful moldings to choose from. If you are in the area, and need something framed - visit at 250 Magnolia Avenue or call 415-924-7702.
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Linda Rosso is a California artist who delights in the colors she sees out of the corners of her eyes. Read more...
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