The Pleasures of Summer, at Bargain Prices

Posted by on June 26, 2012 in Paintings | 4 comments

Hey! Where did all these paintings come from?  As I was reorganizing my office, I came across a box–a whole box!–of paintings that I had forgotten I had.  Many of them are small, quick plein air paintings I did on-site, sometimes as part of a workshop or other painting excursion.  A few are studies for larger paintings–sort of a dress rehearsal for the real thing.

Anyway, I took one look at them and thought, “These must go!  Now!”

So I have put them all on eBay with a starting price of $9.99.  They’re all running for a week, and at the end of the week, I hope to be very busy packing them up and getting them out of here. I also marked down some other “buy it now” paintings that I decided needed to go live with someone else sooner rather than later.  If anybody wants more than one, it’ll be easy to combine shipping.

Click here to see all of them.    Here’s a glimpse of what’s on offer.  Strangely, I realized that they were almost all summertime paintings–so I guess it’s fitting that they resurfaced when they did.

4 Comments

  1. Amy, I met you at Karin Jurick’s workshop in NYC a couple of years ago. I purchased two these paintings which I think you did at the workshop, which I got for an unbelievable price! Thanks for making these available.

    • Like other climbing plants, the growing end of a clematis vine is searching for something to grab onto, and if it can’t find anything, it will stop growing.

      These are great paintings

  2. Like all your painitings! Mom

  3. I just saw this post, and I was like “Hey! That’s where I used to work, and that is the east side…” and I was sad to see those pictures are long gone. I am a Santa Cruz to Eureka transplant too, and I missed Santa Cruz when I recognized those familiar spots. I guess the paintings are out ther somewhere on the internets, I’ll look for them. Thanks for the glimpse of something sweet, maybe a little bittersweet. I don’t get a chance to visit the area much anymore.