It’s a winner

OK, we’re calling this one Carroll Cottage #1

Short reason for it being number 1–my client did indeed love this painting. In her original plan she was thinking about having four of them, one for each of her adult children. Of course, I couldn’t expect a commitment until she had actually seen the work in person. It does look about 1000 times better in person. So now I’m busy looking for one more summer version, then we’ll wait until the trees start turning and see what kind of neat color that will bring. I’m also considering, way in the back of my head, a winter scene. That will be more difficult since it’s hard to get out on the lake once winter sets in. But I think a dark night shot with a lot of snow and bright light reflecting out of the windows onto the snow might be quite inviting.

About Alli Farkas

Equine and landscape artist specializing in rural Americana
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8 Responses to It’s a winner

  1. kam carroll says:

    I do indeed love, love, love this. Just showed it to my sister who is also very impress with it.

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  2. How Fun! You’ll definitely be a busy bee! Remember to show it to us!

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  3. The painting is beautiful! They surely love it and perhaps they’ll all want prints so each family member can have a copy!

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