I have been involved in "The Mask Project" for several years. It is a fund raising benefit for The Denver hospice. Several hundred people have painted masks for bid and all proceeds go to The Denver Hospice.
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The "Walls of Italy " is a brand new series inspired by photos I took of the walls and architecture on my recent trip to Italy, more specifically in the town of Cortona. This painting also represents the oldest part of town where the outer walls of the buildings were dilapidated- and many years/layers were exposed. These buildings were all occupied, and our guide assured us that the insides had been beautifully renovated, and decorated.
A little Chickadee graces this 7" tall, 10.5 ounce wine glass!! If ordering a set: Specify the number desired as each glass is painted at the time an order is placed to ensure uniformity in color and brush stroke. Feel free to mix and match. I also take special requests!!
This is a portrait of one of my favorite ravens. We've had a pair hanging around the house for years. In the spring of 2013 our pair had a very successful reproductive season. They showed up in May with 5 fledglings!! One of the fledglings was bolder, more curious, and more raucous than the rest of the brood. All summer she visited me in my studio daily. I named her Violet. By the end of September, all of the fledglings were gone and we were back to our usual pair. I hope Violet is fine and doing well. 9"x12" Acrylic on Canvas
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Original Wildlife Landscape Painting With Birds "Sunset Speaks to Sandhills" by Colorado Western Landscape Painter Nancee Jean Busse
There are multiple ways to hang this quadtych painting. Above is a random arrangement in a square format. They can also be hung in other configurations, such as a straight line. Each panel is framed with a deep" canvas floater" type frame, in which the canvas seems to float inside the frame. Each panel measures 12x12 inches.