Wild Roses

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This is an oil painting on a 6 x 6 inch linen stretched canvas. For more information about the painting, click here.

Many people think that oil paintings are better than acrylic paintings but this is not  true and I would not worry about acrylics v.s. oils when selecting a painting.  Many acrylic paintings are hard to tell from oil paintings and can often be painted exactly like oil paintings depending on the skill of the artist.  Both kinds of media are long lasting and can be framed without glass.

You should also not be concerned about whether the painting is on stretched canvas or on a panel.  I will write about this in next week’s blog.

Baroque Roses

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This painting sold before I could show it on my blog but I found a photograph of it and wanted all of you to see it anyway!  Click here to go to my online gallery and see other paintings.

In addition to floral art, there is an endless number of paintings of other subject matter.  The good thing about beginning a collection of small paintings is that if your interest later changes, your small paintings make wonderful gifts to family and friends or donations to charity for auctions.  Collect a painting that you love, no matter what it is and you can’t go wrong.

“With Love”

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Valentine’s Day is coming up in February so I am posting a lovely painting of two roses.  It is available by clicking here to go to my online gallery which has details including price, size, and free shipping!

If you are beginning to collect art, you might consider collecting one or two special categories.  Florals, for example, or landscapes are always popular.  You can have a wonderful collection of paintings of all different types of flowers or you can specialize in roses, or pansies, or leaves!  I have friends who collect paintings of dogs  and a friend-of-a friend has built an entire collection of small paintings of turtles!   Love what you collect and you can’t go wrong!