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Oil Paintings for May


Pink Roses, II 6"x8" Oil on Linen Panel SOLD

White Roses, 6"x8" Oil on Linen Panel
SOLD


Strawberries Still Life, 6"x6" Oil on Linen Panel
SOLD

One Lonely Strawberry, 4"x6" Oil on Linen Panel SOLD
The top two paintings will be for sale at Edmond Library in June as part of the Edmond Art Association Spring Show. I will also be finishing enamel jewelry for the A Jeweler's Art Gallery for the Paseo Arts Festival. I am so excited about both events. I hope you come by to see my work and the work of other Oklahoma Artists. It will be absolutely fantastic.

I have had a great year teaching. There were lots of tears, for hard and happy times, but through it all I am thankful for having the chance to teach art. I got a wonderful note from a student saying that I was inspirational to him and that he was thankful that I gave him the opportunity to see he had great talent in art. WOW! It was all worth it and I look forward to other days when I can do the same for other students.

That being said, I am terribly excited about spending my summer with my girls and painting, and visiting family and friends. I have several PD workshops I have to attend for school, but I hope to finally be able to paint for four hours straight. I hope your school year was a fabulous one also and hope that you have many things to look forward to in the summer. I will continue to show my progress. Thank you dear friends.

Comments

  1. Carolina,
    Your paintings are really beautiful! Love your florals!

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  2. Beautiful paintings. I just love them.

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