Monday, April 27, 2020

Spring Row on Still River Road

Spring Row - Pastel 6 x 9 - Sold

It has been a cold April but the forsythia is cheering up our neighborhood. I caught this row of spring yellow with the Watchusett mountain in the distance on the only sunny day this week.

I have joined the emerging artist pledge initiated by Matthew Burrows to support one another during the health crisis by buying each other's work. See details on Instagram #artistsupportpledge on my page https://www.instagram.com/joellemffeldman/

I pledge to offer a piece of new artwork for $200 +shipping in the next few weeks until I reach a $1,000 to purchase another artist's work.  It is a great way to support working artists who, with many others, have been hit hard financially by this crisis. Spring Row is my first painting for this initiative. Email me or message me if interested.



Wednesday, April 22, 2020

Slowly Fading

Slowly Fading - Pastel 8 x 10

The last painting in this mini series as I watch the lanterns slowly fade and turn a light shade of greenish brown and pale cream. Soon to be replaced by the next flower crop from the garden.

Sunday, April 19, 2020

The Color Orange

The Color Orange - Pastel 10 x 10

My palette was already out, I wanted to try my UArt 500 black sanded paper and felt like painting more Japanese lanterns, aka Physalis alkekengi. So I did...

Friday, April 10, 2020

Japanese Lanterns

Japanese Lanterns - Pastel 12 x 12

I have been isolating and social distancing for over 3 weeks and looking for inspiration around the house to paint on cold and rainy days. Japanese lanterns are a winter treat, soon to be replaced with spring blooms from the garden.

Saturday, April 4, 2020

Country Ride

Country Ride - Pastel 9 x 24

A scene from the not-so-distant past, this antique car was driving around the normand country side dressed in its spring glory. Timeless!