Spring is in the air and we are ready!

It has been a long winter here and most of it has been spent enjoying our studio painting and preparing for the London Studio Tour!  April 12, 13 and 14th!  Here is a sneak peak at the work Peter and I have done…. Hope you enjoy it!

 

” Richmond Street”, Original oil on board and beautifully framed, by Corinne Garlick  16″x24″, (Sold)“Flying”, Original oil by Corinne Garlick, (2) 8″x8″, (Sold)“Evening Winter”, Original oil on board by Peter Karas, 4″x16″, (Sold)“Flock of Starlings” Original Oil by Corinne Garlick, (2) 6″x6″, (Sold)“White House”, Original oil by Peter Karas, 8″x10″, (Sold)“Wind Swept Tree”, Original oil on board by Peter Karas, 7″x14″, 175.00

Some new paintings…. in anticipation of the London Artist Studio Tour.

Here are some new ones….. done over the last few months. Finally took some pictures of these – today was clear and cold, and I had to lay these in the snow on the back porch to take the photos. Please excuse the occasional ice crystal that floated onto the paintings.

I am so looking forward to spring!

“Snowy Rooftops” Original oil on canvas by Peter Karas, 8″x10″, 125.00“Stacked Houses”, Original Oil on board by Peter Karas, Just SOLD!“Falling Snow”, Original Oil on Board by Peter Karas, 4″x19″, 150.00“Coffee Time” Original oil on canvas by Corinne Garlick, 8″x10″, 125.00“Birds on a Wire”, Original oil on canvas by Corinne Garlick, 6″x6″, 75.00“Great Day for a Picnic”, Original oil by Corinne Garlick, 4″x4″, 50.00

Studio Tour 20th Year Show.

We are taking part in the show celebrating the 20th year of the London Artist Studio Tour. It’s being held at the Art Exchange, just down the street in Wortley Village.

 

The show runs from March 5th, to the 23rd, 2013. It’s a run up to the events of the Studio Tour, which takes place in mid-April.

Here are few shots of the paintings we will be including in the show. Corinne’s is of a local cafe, “The Bag Lady”. (Above)

Mine is a 3-D multi layer piece that opens. Rail and stile frame done in black cherry. (Kinda hard to photograph properly, it’s a little off-kilter, below.)