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Meet Colleen Brown
Colleen Brown is an internationally recognized, professional artist who specializes in still life pastel and oil paintings. Born in Australia, Colleen now calls the USA home. I love birds, animals, florals and of course still life. I've been an artist most of my life and an avid admirer of the natural world. Thank you for dropping by! ~ Colleen
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This new work today is 8 x 8 inches and is pastel on canvas. The red ceramic pot is a gorgeous piece created by Lincoln Nebraska Artist Willie Sapp. This piece is framed in a black and silver square frame. … Continue reading
Today’s painting is of some luscious red summer cherries (even at $8,99 a pound!!) and a sweet smelling peach. I’m glad this painting is finished because those cherries look like afternoon tea to me!
This painting is oil on panel and measures 7 x 5 inches.
You can bid on this painting at the Daily Paintworks!
I love orange anything… tea, candles, soaps, lotions… so it was a good choice for today’s painting. I also have a good collection of teapots. What Aussie doesn’t own a teapot? It’s a hand down from out British heritage I … Continue reading
I thought it would be cool to call this painting pears 2-7 but that’s cheating…LOL.. So pear painting number 2 it is. Red Bartletts against the striking black and white striped wallpaper (not in my house). Oil, 12 x 6 … Continue reading
I’ve painted a lot of pears throughout my life and so far they’ve never disappointed me. The good thing is we usually make some great dessert out of them after I’m done painting. Pears are so sensual and come in … Continue reading
oday I have darkened the background, given both the cherries and bowl more form and added to the butterfly.
Orignal oil painting by Colleen Brown. Butterfly on Cherries 7 x 5.
Butterfly on Cherries in progress
To increase my artwork production I intend to begin working on more than one painting at a time. I have always worked one primarily and waited until that is finished before beginning another. Times are changing and I am adopting some new ideas for my studio. Continue reading