Monday, November 11, 2013

Getting Ready For Gallery Show

I am so glad that I started working on these awhile 
back before the pets got sick.
Thought you might like to see them before the
glass and frame go on. 
"Wine Country"
"Farm Boss"
"La Poire"
"By The Sea"

The show had rules for sizes and shapes.
I enjoyed  creating these watercolors and
look forward to the show.
Opening reception is Nov.15th 6 to 8PM
It runs from Nov.15th to Dec. 28th.
If you are near Issaquah Wa drop by
artEAST Art Center.
Located in historic downtown at
95 Front Street.


Barbara Lilian said...

Hi Sharon
So lovely to see some of the great paintings you're exhibiting at your local art show. I hope your are successful and enjoy the show. I'd like to thank you for your kind comments on my paintings.

JoAnn ( Scene Through My Eyes) said...

I'm such a big fan!! I love them all - the flower is gorgeous and By The Sea is wonderful!!! I wish I was going to be nearby - I'd drop in for sure. Thanks for sharing.

Diana said...

Sharon these are beautiful, I hope you sell them all. Good luck at the to you,Diana

Createology said...

Lovely paintings dear. How thankful you can be part of this gallery showing. Creative Bliss...

Merry said...

Wow Sharon, such lovely work. That hibiscus is amazing. Hope the show goes well.

baukje said...

Oh Sharon, they are gorgeous, that farmboss is so great....

Donna said...

BEAUTIFUL Paintings! I see that it is okay to use white mats; I never know if I should use colored mats, or white, and your paintings look lovely in white. Thanks for sharing your Art work.

Vee said...

Oh they are all darling! All the best with the show!

Debbie Nolan said...

Sharon - all are so lovely. That Hibiscus is awesome. Love those colors. Hope Teddy is doing alright. Thanks for enjoyed seeing your work.

Tammy@T's Daily Treasures said...

Framing them really makes them pop. Such lovely paintings. Hope the show is doing well. Best wishes, Tammy

Tammy@T's Daily Treasures said...

Dear Sharon, I am so sorry to hear that Teddy's health is failing. What a little dear heart he is. Makes me very sad. I know how you are feeling as we had our Toni dog from the time I was 2 until I was 17 and putting her to sleep was the hardest thing we had to do when her kidneys failed. That was 30 years ago and I still miss her. Is that crazy? I have her picture in the bedroom. I also have a picture of Scooter who was the wire-haired fox terrier I had to leave behind when I came to Kuwait. I left with him with a good friend, thinking I would only be overseas for 2 years -- he wound up living with her for 12 years and passed away at the age of 15. They are the two pets that had the most impact on my life. It is very hard losing them. Enjoy your time with precious Teddy. Hugs to you both. Tammy

Judy S. said...

May just have to trek over to Issaquah to see your pretty stuff in person! Have a nice Thanksgiving, Sharon.