Friday, March 18, 2005

Becki's Art

Here are a few scans for you to enjoy of fellow art-school friend Becki's fabulous flower paintings.

Becki and I were design-slaves together at WMU. My scans don't do her cards justice... they are rich and vibrant. I tell Becki that she paints a great "curve". You can tell by the graceful curved edges of her flowers. Aren't they amazing :) Happily I have several of Becki's pieces on my walls. Below is a pic of a large print of hers that I have in my dining room in an antique frame that Rick's mom gave us. The two flowers below are from her greeting cards. Interestingly, I used to have a vintage coffee pot with a bakelite handle very much like the one that Becki painted in this "coffee" painting. (laf)

Original hand-made greeting cards made by real live artists make excellent little pieces of framed art and fit in anywhere - sitting on a bookshelf or, like I use them, to fill up areas on walls in between bigger art. I notice on Ebay that more and more people seem to be buying the small and tiny art for their walls and collections. I hope this is a continuing trend. I'm into the tiny :)

I'm still working on framing my hearts for the upcoming Hospice show. I'll post pics of them when they're finally framed.

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