Saturday, November 24, 2012

Purple Pungence



Purple Pungence © 2012 Amy Hillenbrand
6 x 6 oil on board
available at the Randy Higbee 6 Inch Square Show

Happy Thanksgiving Weekend!  Are your tummy's full?  Mine is.  I have so many many things to be thankful for. I will name a really important one first.  I was fortunate to spend this holiday with my Dad and my sweet Husband.  Here is my Dad and I in this picture doing the turkey trot, just sweating up a storm and getting and creating a huge appetite in preparation for our big turkey meal.





 My sweet Kitty, Sophie waiting patiently for a taste.



I'm also excited and grateful to let you know "Purple Pungence" (seen above) was accepted into the 2012 Randy Higbee 6 Inch Squared Show in California.  What an honor it is to be represented at this show with so many incredible artist.  The opening reception in December 8th. Click here on Randy Higbee's Upcoming Events for more information.

                                                                                                                                         

4 comments:

  1. Wooza!! This is a fantastic painting. Congrats on being in the prestigious California show. You SO deserve it. Am sure it will sell very quickly. The photos of you and your dad and Sophie as endearingly sweet. Know you had a fabulous holiday. xoxo

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  2. Your Thanksgiving sounds like a happy one, and I hope it was. Sophie takes her job pretty seriously, as she is a great entertainer! I'm so thrilled for you about Rand's show - FABULOUS. :D

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  3. Amy, Beautiful work, and congratulations! Wow! This is exciting news! So great to see photos of you and your dad having fun! Best wishes for happy holidays to you!!

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  4. Hi, I love your paintings. I'm trying to follow your steps here from Brazil. I'm starting a daily painting project for this month and maybe for the next year. I hope you could give me some tips to improve. I'm painting postcard size still lifes from life and using acrylics on watercolor paper. Take a look at: http://www.cristinajaco.art.br
    Thanks,
    Cris

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