Thursday, September 25, 2008

A little giveaway

Here is a small 8 x 10 canvas board I created while thinking of my giveaway.
Just leave me some sort of comment and when I get back from visiting my son I will pick a winner
Have a great weekend


18 comments:

Altered Artists said...

This is awesome! I would love to add to my Lisa collections!

Hillary said...

Love the picture!

Jess said...

That looks amazing! Also, fantastic giveaway! Thanks for even having a giveaway like this. :)

jess^^^4002 [at] gmail [dot] com
(without the ^^^)

Lisa said...

WoW three comments! : ) Iam back from seeing my Zackery boy... I think I'll leave this up a few more days and see if others want to leave a comment. Thank you thank you. Lisa D.

Valerie Lorimer said...

Hi Lisa! Love your 8x10 piece-beautiful colors and composition. As you know, I'm a big fan!! Val

Pat Dalke said...

As Gaugain said to Vincent Van Gogh, (very loosely translated) "Vincent you own sunflowers" I think of this sentiment each time I see one of your sunflowers. Just when did you first find inspiration in this flower; was it when you had each of us, your friends and family, do an interpretation of of one of Vincent Van Gogh's sunflower paintings? We came together in your home to share our intrepretations and each was so very different. I love that everyone sees and interprets so individually. It was a wonderful exercise, I chose crayolas as a medium because that was all I had available to me at the time. Oddly, I found that medium comforting in a time of extreme discomfort, the smell of the crayolas brought back memories of very early years and simple creations. I was challenged as a much older person to use this medium to satisfactorily express my image of this beautiful painting. I felt somewhat rewarded in my efforts and escaped the very painful circumstances I was living at the time. Thank you for throwing out that challenge.
Now you own trees.

Mercedes said...

I'm very proud of your beautiful work~ I would love to have something you painted to hang in my home.
Mom

Anonymous said...

your sunflowers show the strength you have in life and in your friendships.once planted they seem to grow forever.

Amy said...

This painting seems to describe so many of us women, or maybe capture each of us in some way. Strong, incredibly beautiful, with hints of wildness and a bit to the left!

Amy

Larry Culbertson said...

Your paintings are you!. Vibrant,bubbly, lovely. A kaleidoscope of exciting surprises.

Laurie and Uncle Larry

Lisa said...

Gosh I have 9 people telling me such great things about my work : ) Thank you for being so kind : )

Altered Artists said...

Lisa,

I love the text showing through the petals, very nice painting indeed.
Steph

sherri (Tied Up In Ribbons) said...

popped over from Altered Artists blog. The paintings you do are so awesome. I love the boldness of them. I would be so thrilled to win something like this.

LuLu said...

Bonjour Lisa! Thanks for stopping by and for your comments! Your Feminine Tree is soooooo beautiful, I just LOVE it! Love your early-in-the-morning painting picture! Take care, LuLu

suze said...

I LOVE this! Hope I am not too late to win.

Lisa said...

Ok everyone...I'm going to do the drawing tonight...I wish you all luck and thanks again for letting me hear your comments.

PCarriker said...

I love sunflowers! Thank you for leaving a comment on my blog. Your artwork is wonderful!

grittyartsstudio said...

OH, oh, oh! So glad I finally checked my email! Would you like me to put a link to your blog announcing a give away?...or was this just for folks you picked?...Just scrolled down the comments and see you are getting ready to pick a winner...I doubt it if I am organized enought to do the post I was thinking of between now and then!
Hope your clothes are covered in paint and your mind is full of ideas...Jane