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Thursday, November 11, 2010

Sunset Marina

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"Sunset Marina"
Oil, 24" x 24" on box canvas frame.
$1500.00


I am still painting a lot trying to get ready for my shows next month. But I have also been busy trying to encourage everyone to participate in the Art Walk for Annie to help Annie Salness and her family. You can visit the website for Annie here.
Today on the "Artists Helping Artists" radio show, we had Scott Christensen as our guest. It's a terrific interview so you might want to listen to it. Scott is not only an incredibly talented painter but a great guy. His comments are very inspiring!

6 comments:

Michelle said...

So beautiful! The somewhat unexpected color adds so much interest!

Dreama said...

Would love to see this in person--it evokes such a peaceful, calm feeling. Beautifully done!

Marian Fortunati said...

Love your colors Leslie!!!

Olivier Longuet said...

wow. I spent a lot of my childhood living on a boat with my dad in france.
this painting reminds me of some evenings we've had together. very touching.

Gary Keimig said...

what a wonderful painting Leslie. great work.
It is a wondeful thing you girls are doing for Annie too. I was in the same situation a few years back and know how stressful things can get. It was a doing such as this that saved me in a time of great need.
I will be sending a painting out. Thank you

Kelley Carey MacDonald said...

Right out of the park, Leslie!

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