Tuesday, November 23, 2010

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Christmas Jingle Bell

Christmas Jingle Bell
oil on canvas

This past weekend was my big studio tour and it certainly felt like it was a prelude to the holiday season. Most of the island was covered in snow. It did snow in Oak Bay but fortunately it didn't stay. Lucky for me, the show was still on. Although some art connoisseurs may have been detered by the weather, many friends and art lovers made it out to my home. So, thank you to those of you that were able to make it.

Now it is time to prepare for Christmas and the holiday shopping season. Several of my paintings are available through my Etsy shop, Artistically Connected, and Madrona Gallery.

Since I had enjoyed painting my other jingle bell in oil so much that I had to do another one. This one has a green ribbon instead of blue. The first Jingle Bell is part of the Small Treasures III show at the Coast Collective Gallery that opens this Thursday. The weather should be much warmer by then so hopefully you will make it out that way to see some of my work.

For more information about the Small Treasures III show, please visit the Coast Collective Gallery.



Great detail for such a small jingle bell!
Good luck with your show.

D.D said...

Beautiful painting. Nicely captured the light on jingle bell.

bricarwaller said...

Love this, I think I've commented on this before, but the simplicity is so eye catching. Wonderful!

Leslie Redhead Watercolors said...

Thank you Susan, D.D, and Carrie. If I keep painting in oil I might have to change the name of my site! Ha!

Kim Blair said...

Beautiful handling of metal!
I can almost hear it ringing...

Leslie Redhead Watercolors said...

Thank you Kim!

Claire Beadon Carnell said...

Beautiful work - this little bell is exceptional.

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