New and Featured Original Paintings

Newest Oil and watercolor paintings and hand selected featured art.
I have been painting more watercolor and ink lately. I hope you enjoy my perfume bottle series.
It was around 18 years old or so that I started to use perfume. Should I give my age away, oh well here it comes, that was in the 70'. I think the first one I bought was probably Calèche composed by Guy Robert in 1961. Another one I started my perfume journey with was Madame Rochas, which I really loved a lot. It first came out in 1960 also designed by Guy Robert.

I enjoy perfumes and have a bit of a collection.The bottles are usually very beautiful and original and for that reason I collect them and paint them. Some of the perfumes I keep using are Kenzo Jungle Elephant, Coco Chanel "COCO", Jessica McClintock, and most of the Annick Goutal perfumes. I have probably about 10 different Annick Goutal alone. I wear a different one every day. Perfumes are a simple way of feeling special. With each different scent I feel something different. Scents are like songs, they often remind me of a certain time in my life, events, people and places. Perfume to me, is not just something that smells good, it's a bit like art, perfume communicates with me when entering my olfactory senses. My latest one just arrived a few days ago "La Vie Est Belle" by Lancome. I like it, but I am still making up my mind if I love it. Not sure yet. I posted some pictures in my blog

Olive Trees Provence Impressionist Oil Paintings by Ginette
Olive Trees and Lavender
I’ve purchased several paintings from Ginette and each one has exceeded my expectations. They all have been beautiful and I love having them in my home. Ginette is very easy to communicate with and sends the paintings quickly and well packaged. I will continue to be a collector of Ginette’s art in the future
French Impressonist Oil Painting "At The Water's Edge"
French Impressionist Original Oil Painting Magnolia Gardens At The Waters Edge - It's gorgeous!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Now I'm saving up for your Hill Country original painting. :) Thanks so much! Such talent.
Lily Pond Impressionist Landscapes by Ginette Callaway
Wetlands Original Impressionist Oil Painting
LOVE LOVE LOVE this BEAUTIFUL PAINTING!!!!!!!! Thank you so much, Ginette!!!! You are amazingly talented!!!


Ginette Paintings in Nevada Collectors Home & Watercolor Painting Videos

September 01, 2014

Angela from Nevada emailed me some photos of a few of the paintings she bought from me, looking pretty in her house. She has purchased over 10 paintings since 2013, for which I am grateful. I don't always get so see how my paintings look in someone's house. Over the years many collector do email me photos. Angela was so kind to email me some pictures just recently. Here they are. Can you find my paintings? Two of my painting. One on the wall and one on the sideboard   Ginette's Paintings in Angela's House     A large Watercolor and Ink Painted on CanvasSee close up details of this painting. Sunflowers Pink Poppies and Bees Provence from Ginette Callaway... Continue Reading →

I just received Lancome's La Vie Est Belle In Bloom Collection

August 29, 2014

I am so very exited. Today I received a new perfume Lancome La Vie Est belle (Life Is Beautiful)   I took some photos and gave it a  sniff. Ah wonderful fragrance. I reminds me of something I had before but I can't put my finger on it. Maybe a bit of Dune in there. I'll a have to give it time. Tonight I shall indulge myself in a warm bath and afterwards my body will be absorbing La vie Est belle Lotion. A touch  of perfume behind my ears and a spray on my neck and i will sleep like a baby in a cloud of la Vie Est Belle!  I can't wait to paint a watercolor of the bottle. it's not the most... Continue Reading →

Sanctuaire Sainte Thérèse de Lisieux

July 25, 2014

A new painting I am working on 24 inches by 36 inches
Normandy France Basilica of St. Therese of Lisieux
Ben Hogan Original Oil Painting Work in Progress

July 12, 2014

I started this new oil painting in the size of 48 inches wide and 36 inches tall.| This is the under painting.   Ben Hogan at the 18th hole at Merion, Pennsylvania. In 1950, Ben Hogan hit his famous one iron on the 18th hole and forced a playoff in the U.S. He did this only a few weeks after shattering his pelvis in a car accident. He would go on to win the playoff.   3rd picture   2nd picture   1st picture   Continue Reading →