Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Green Things asparagus oil painting by Alabama Artist Angela Sullivan


Green Things asparagus oil painting by Alabama Artist Angela Sullivan
6x6 oil still life on gallery wrapped canvas. Today I really enjoyed my time alone painting. My daughter Lacy came by and it was so nice. After painting a few it is finally coming back to me as to how I used to do it. I think the break I took really was good for me.

Tuesday, August 19, 2014

New England Charm house painting by Alabama Artist Angela Sullivan

New England Charm house painting by Alabama Artist Angela Sullivan
While traveling near Cape Cod earlier this year we passed a little red store. It looked kinda barnish. Of course it had a lot of signs which I chose to leave out. A beauty in it's own right.
6x6 oil landscape on gallery wrapped canvas.

Monday, August 18, 2014

Curb Side children painting by Alabama Artist Angela Sullivan

Curb Side children painting by Alabama Artist Angela Sullivan
20x12 children painting oil on gallery wrapped canvas.
The other day my grandson ran to the curb and promptly sit down to wait on his mom
to get home from work. I decided that anyone seeing him there would think what a nice young man.
They would never guess the mischievousness inside. I just had to paint it. I wanted to call it Waiting On a Woman but figured that was copyrighted or something.

Sunday, August 17, 2014

Saturday, August 16, 2014

Thursday, August 14, 2014

Two Will Do cherry painting by Alabama Artist Angela Sullivan

Two Will Do
Cherry painting  by Alabama Artist Angela Sullivan
Once again I find myself painting fruit. I like the way you can add various colors which 
normally might not belong. This is painted on a 6x6 Oil on gallery wrapped canvas.

Monday, August 11, 2014

One Fine Cow, Cow painting by Alabama Artist Angela Sullivan

One Fine Cow, Cow painting by Alabama Artist Angela Sullivan
This is painted with oil on 6x6 gallery wrapped canvas.
Still I love painting cows. Really they are my favorite thing to paint. 
Gotta love that pink nose and orange hair.

Fancy On Blue still life floral painting by Alabama Artist Angela Sullivan

Fancy On Blue still life floral painting by Alabama Artist Angela Sullivan
I love painting still life. Flowers may not be my best but they certainly are a favorite. This is a 6x6
oil on gallery wrapped canvas.

Sunday, August 10, 2014

Apple Jack apple painting by Alabama Artist Angela Sullivan

Apple Jack apple painting by Alabama Artist Angela Sullivan
Another example of painting again and loving it. Hope you enjoy this small sample of joy. 
It feels very good to hold a brush again.

Cherry Changa cherry painting by Alabama Artist Angela Sullivan

 Cherry Changa  cherry painting by Alabama Artist Angela Sullivan
Well thanks to all of you who have not stopped following me even in my absence. Hopefully I am back. I painted for the first time this week in my new studio. We bought a home which was built in 1880 a Victorian. It is old, the decor is old and I am in love. Below I decided to show you a glimpse of where I will be painting. It needs a lot of work and rework to get it exactly as it will need to be but for now I have been painting. When I sat down for the first time in a few months it was like I had forgot everything. It is slowly coming back. I thought I would start simple with just a cherry. I now remember why I love to paint. It really is just a part of me. It feels so good to be back.

Thursday, June 19, 2014

Time For a Spot of Tea by Angela Sullivan

Time For a Spot of Tea by Angela Sullivan
In case any of you are wondering why I have been slower posting I have had some life changes.
My oldest daughter and her two little boys have moved in with me for a short time and I had to give up my art studio for a bedroom. I have been quite sad about it but the good thing is It is only temperary. I will be moving. We are purchasing an old Victorian Home built in 1880 and I will have a wonderful studio with Windows that are awesome. I will be back soon to my daily paintings. If you are following me please don't quit. I appreciate each and every one of you but sadly and gladly life happens to us all. See you soon.
Oil on 6x6 canvas panel.

Sunday, June 15, 2014

Farm Life

Farm Life
Sometimes in the country colors can play tricks on you. What seems just plain and
ordinary is really outstanding. This is what a day is when you live on a farm. This is an everyday
part of life. Farm Life.
6x6 oil on gallery wrapped canvas
$50
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Saturday, June 14, 2014

Radish Rumble


Radish Rumble
I love radishes. They taste good, they look good and they are wonderful to paint.
Sometimes red is the hardest color to photograph. This is one of those times.
6x6 oil on deep gallery wrapped canvas
$40