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Thursday, April 16, 2009

Ready and Waiting

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Ready and Waiting, Oil 12" x 12"
Sold.
The fundraiser is tomorrow. I really hope all of this work pays off. I realize the economy is slow but I have my fingers crossed that the auction goes well. I am so tired ... hope to get some energy from somewhere!

14 comments:

Elizabeth Seaver said...

Good luck with the fund raiser. I hope you can rest tomorrow. Love the juxtaposition of the red and green boats. Really dramatic.

Trish Siegel said...

These things can be so exhausting. If you plan fundraisers as well as you paint, and I'm sure you do, all will go well! Good luck!

Paintings by Irit Bourla said...

Good luck!
Love this boats piece.

Laurel Daniel said...

GOOD LUCK!!! Adrenaline will pull you through - you will probably crash tomorrow! Love the reflections and color in this piece!!!

rahina qh said...

took some pictures of boats yesterday but i think it's your forte and i'll leave well alone. beautiful work Leslie. r.

Beverly Ash Gilbert said...

Beautiful - the reflections a great balance to the riot of color inside the boats.

Mary Anne Cary said...

Sounds like you have been busy, looks like you've been quite productive! Good luck, your paintings look great.

Jala Pfaff said...

I just noticed it says you've studied with Marc Hanson. I only recently stumbled across his gorgeous work online. What did you learn with him?

Christine's Arts said...

Your work has been so inspired! Love it and good luck!

Victor Bauer said...

Absolutely beautiful. You are an amazing talent. Good luck!!!

Pam Holnback said...

Love the reds and greens. Another beautiful piece.

susan hong-sammons said...

Hi Leslie,
Well your paintings don't look tired. They all still have lots of energy and life. I love your lush colors and marks. And I never get tired of your boats. Good luck with the fundraiser. S
p.s. are you using phathlo green or did you go back to just sap? I use phathlo and not sap - different strokes for different folks

L.Holm said...

I love the red/green combo here, too, Leslie. Especially apropos for port/starboard lights!

Dean Grey said...

I love the green water and the green boat in this one.

What fantastic use of color, Leslie!

-Dean

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