Posted by Rose at 9:11 AM
I'm headed to The Hugh Gregg Coastal Conservation Center in Greenland, NH this April 4th, Friday night from 5:30-8:30. Wonderful earthy facility. Lots of artists, lots of good vibes. Click here to see what the facilities look like... and then imagine, the doors wide open, the lights on in the evening, and people walking by the trees up the drive to an art soiree being held to celebrate the environment. The proceeds from sales at the show go to help protect beautiful Great Bay. So if you are thinking about a good time to buy some art, this might be it. Hope to see you!
UPDATE after the show: The show was great so full of art and people! When I arrived at the reception at 5:40, the place was packed... had to wait until late to take a picture with my art (now Laura Byergo's art). Thank you Pam Short (artist) for taking this pic.
Thank you to the Great Bay Stewards for a lovely show and to all of the volunteers that handled the work of 60 artists! See you next year.
Posted by Rose at 7:03 PM
To all of you color lovers, if you want to get in on my future facebook give-aways, "like" Rose Bryant Original Paintings.
Posted by Rose at 12:30 PM
The top painting is 24x36... almost finished... I"m still thinking. The bottom painting is the same painting but a few days earlier. The under-painting is yellow. The trees were painted in dark green for the composition and structure. Then the blues, creamy light yellows, and whites were added. Hope this helps you to appreciate your "peas".
In the meantime, take a look at my video of part of the process. This painting and more will be here at ART on UNION STREET, Friday and Saturday, May 9&10.
Posted by Rose at 1:15 PM
I know it will happen... eventually. The earth will again be green (no signs of it yet :-)). This 12x12 original abstract, "From the Earth", $230, is just off the easel and on its way to the Willow in downtown Exeter - a favorite place to find things that entertain the senses. Drop in and take a ... nice ... long ... deep .... breath. Enjoy.
Posted by Rose at 9:06 PM