Today’s painting still has a little metal and glass, but it’s being overpowered by the force of nature. Nature being represented by the blooms and stems of “Three Tulips”.
Today’s painting is another version of a Van Gogh self-portrait preserved in a Mason jar. The original portrait is magnificent and is on display at Musée d’Orsay. If you’re a fan of Mr. Van Gogh you should try to see the movie “Loving Vincent”, it’s well worth a view.
Paddington has his marmalade; I’m more a fan of jam.
Today’s painting was just a joy to paint. I loved the shimmer of glass and the beacon like glow of the jar. It’s always fun to paint, but the best part is when a piece finds a home. Beacon has found a new home in Vancouver, long may the “Beacon” shine.
Today’s post is the finished version of “A Rose by another Name”. It was lots of fun painting the various types of glass, and that beautiful Tetley tea tin.
Today’s watercolour is from quite a few years ago. It’s another image of one of the smaller ferries that used to make their way between New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island.