Thursday, October 22, 2009

A Rose in October and Commissions


D picked this delicate Heritage rose from our garden
today and brought it into the studio so
Ellie May and I could enjoy the lovely scent.
Such a treat to have roses blooming in October in Maine.


This time of year I'm happy to be working on
commissions of pets, children and
houses and other things or places that someone
may like to remember with art.
Some of these commissions are to be gifts so
I will have to keep those a secret!
Ellie May is supervising it all and
is very good at keeping a secret but she
thinks it will be fine to show a hint of
the very light rough sketches without giving anything
away.

If you or anyone you know may be interested in
a special gift, I welcome commissions.
You can find more info by clicking here in my website.
Don't hesitate to be in touch with any questions
you may have.
Many thanks....



4 comments:

Judy Hartman said...

How very pretty Ellie May looks with this rose!
I imagine that one of your pet portraits would be a treasured gift!

quiltcat said...

wow, roses in October! Ellie May looks very lovely...and i see she takes her snoopervising role very seriously. Hope you get lots of commissions for the holiday season!

Helz said...

Ahh, that is such a beautiful picture of your cat and that gorgeous rose! I love your blog, it's really calming and uplifting! Helz x

Nan and =^..^= said...

Judy Hartman,
Ellie May seemed to enjoy the fragrance of this rose and as I glanced over at her and the rose both of which are on my work table it made me relax!

quiltcat,
it does seem late in the season to have roses blooming here in Maine.
Thanks so much for your hoping I get many commissions, I hope so, too!

Helz,
So happy you visited and thanks so much for your comment! As I am typing this, Ellie May, the cat, is sitting on my lap supervising once again!