Wednesday, April 13, 2011

LEAN ON ME - THE LAST OF THE PEEPS PAINTINGS


I finished Lean on Me
This will be the last of the peeps paintings for a while - maybe until next spring.  But I've enjoyed doing the few I've done in the past months.  I hope you've enjoyed following along with these little spring sweets.

I'll be going through my photos from the Florida trip to see if anything catches my eye for a big painting.  These small ones are fun but time to get back to full sheets (or at least 1/2 sheets).

11 comments:

Vicki Greene said...

I have enjoyed your peep series! So cute!

Jane said...

Your peeps are very sweet, but I am looking forward to see some Florida inspired painting...I think the new photo of you IS Florida inspired!?

RH Carpenter said...

Thanks so much, Vicki and Jane :) Jane, yes, that new photo is me in the Florida sunshine :)

jane said...

Rhonda, they DID-chocolate dipped peeps-and guess where you can get them?

Gillian said...

So cute - I love little paintings like this. x

Katherine Thomas said...

I saw your blackbirds at the exhibition in mariemont! It looked gorgeous on the wall there! congratulations! (my painting is on the opposite wall)

RH Carpenter said...

Thanks, Gillian :)

Katherine, thanks! I wish we could have met for coffee while you were in Mariemont!

Jane, where where where do you get chocolate peeps??? I've never seen them - will have to check the stores again.

Sadami said...

Dear Rhonda,
Your peeps are so cute and titles are very clever. BTY, I have a feeling, aren't you a water person? Anyway, enjoy Frolida!
Cheers, Sadami

RH Carpenter said...

Thanks, Sadami. I am a water-bearer (Aquarius - or was until they changed the signs :) but I'm not much of a water baby. I can snorkel but can't really swim!

Michelle Himes said...

I loved your peeps series.

The white bird stands out to me as a potential painting from your Florida photos for sure.

RH Carpenter said...

Thanks, Michelle! I've been thinking about birds - other than crows - for a while. May have to give the egrets and herons a chance, too.