“New York Azaleas”

Posted by on January 5, 2010 in Paintings | 4 comments


In anticipation of spring–some azaleas in an urn on a Greenwich Village doorstep. I am seriously jonesing for New York–and for spring!

This is a little unusual for me in that it's actually painted on a little stretched canvas, not on a panel. Makes it very easy to hang unframed if you're so inclined.

5 x 7, oil on stretched canvas. Click here to bid. And to see my other "Buy It Now" paintings on eBay, go here.

4 Comments

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