Impressionist Oil painting Crimson Moon sold to Collector in Nevada!

I can not wait to paint another large painting.

Larger then this even. This was only a 36 by 36 inches (91.44 by 91.44 centimeters) and it was a commission for a dear long time collector.

In the Garden of Good and Evil Crimson Moon.

A huge sheet of Belgium linen is going up on my wall and I am going to keep you updated on the progress of the painting. I am still contemplating what to paint. For the longest time I wanted to paint a large wildflower type field with lots of butterflies, something really magical, amazingly beautiful that would make anyone heart just sing. So maybe that is what I will paint. A landscape of my beloved Okefenokee swamp, maybe misty with Spanish moss and birds flying, dark glistening waters, that too would be great. I will paint on an unstretched linen canvas, because I just do not have room to store large stretched paintings anymore.  I really need to find a solution for that, because I love, love, love, to paint large. I see some of the huge paintings done by Monet taking up gigantic walls. Amazing. Manet did it too, really most artists of the impressionist and post impressionist era did. I think Van Gogh never painted huge, but feel free to correct me if I am wrong.

Enjoy this short video with some detail shots of this last large painting that sold to a collector in Nevada!



Close Up Detail OiL Painting Crimson Moon over The garden of Good and Evil from Ginette Callaway on Vimeo.



December 13, 2014

Merry Christmas to you too Angela. I’ll post pictures soon. Things are a bit busy with the holidays. I love to bake and cook during this time.


December 08, 2014

Can’t wait to see what you come up with :) Merry Christmas!

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