Saturday, June 27, 2009

STUDIO VISIT.


As I patiently wait for my recent painting to dry so I can photograph it for my blog I thought I would show you where I do some of my work. I always like to see into artist studios - here is where I paint. As you can see Tucker is never to far - he is on the rug. My painting studio is in one of my north facing rooms upstairs in my home. It is a little smaller than what I have worked in the past but it is cozy and I love the feeling I get when I walk through the door. The trestle table is a table my father made and I cherish. There is a small room off the back I use for photographing and assembling the paintings. I truly utilize every inch in this studio.

Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Sheep in a Vermont Field


Sheep in a Vermont Field is an oil painting on a 5” x 7” gesso board panel and is framed with a Shaker style black frame. It was the end of the summer and certain trees were starting to show color – summer is short in Vermont. I saw these sheep grazing and decided to make some sketches and I just discovered them. I wanted to show the peacefulness I felt as the sheep wondered around in front of me so I chose to paint more with shapes and color instead of fine detailing. This painting is wired and ready to hang. To see more views of this painting please visit http://www.lrstudio.etsy.com/ or go to my web site to purchase with PayPal. Cost $95. + shpg.
©Laurie Rohner2009. All reproduction or copies of artwork are prohibited without consent of artist.

Sunday, June 21, 2009

A Happy Pansy


Red Pansy is a small oil painted on a 6” square gesso board panel and is framed with a Shaker style black frame. I think pansies are the happiest of flowers with their big laughing faces gleaming back at you – you just can’t stop yourself from smiling. A happy painting with loose detailing can surely lift your spirits. This painting is wired and ready to hang. For more veiws of this painting visit http://www.lrstudio.etsy.com/. $95 + shpg




©Laurie Rohner2009. All reproduction or copies of artwork are prohibited without consent of artist.

Saturday, June 20, 2009

Turk’s Cap White Lily




I was drawn to this delicate lily as I visited the greenhouses of a friend’s farm. I always feel at home amongst the flowers and maybe the most joyful. Flowers just seem to sing to me and this is why I enjoy photographing and painting these wonderful gems. This painting I used more detail brushstrokes to capture the delicacy of the flower. This painting is wired and ready to hang. Price. $95.


©Laurie Rohner2009. All reproduction or copies of artwork are prohibited without consent of artist.

Friday, June 19, 2009

My very first painting.



Pale Blue Iris

The iris is probably my favorite of flowers due to their range of differences. The shapes and colors of the petals and how the shadows cast intricate designs absolutely fascinate my painterly senses. The iris I painted here was almost white but had a blue hue about it. I love the feel you get from the wild bush strokes and the placement of color. This painting is wired and ready to hang. $95 + shipping.

©Laurie Rohner2009. All reproduction or copies of artwork are prohibited without consent of artist.

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