Tuesday, January 27, 2009

More of the Chroma Interactive Acrylic Painting Demo

A Very Quiet Morning, painting by Jan Blencowe

About This Painting:
Lovely soft colors of the morning grace this path that runs along the inland side of the dunes.

Artist: Jan Blencowe
Title: A Very Quiet Morning
Media: oil
Size: 8 in X 6 in (20.3 cm X 15.2 cm)

Price: $100,unframed + $6 s/h in the USA

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B. Soden from Connecticut sent me this e-mail about my recent Haystacks painting:

Hi Jan,

In the 50's and 60's they harvested salt hay across the street from the family cottage in Barnegat NJ. Harvested hay was also used between layers of bricks to protect them during shipping and for newly seeded lawns, since it doesn't contain seeds that could germinate and spoil the appearance of the lawn.

I love the updates and the info.

That's really neat to know! I used to live in NJ and have been to Barnegate Lighthouse, on Long Beach Island many times! Used to love to buy T-shirts at "Starving Artist", (anyone know that great little shop?) and go to play mini-golf.

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