Sunday, November 23, 2008

Grumbacher Girl and Sunflowers by Robin Maria Pedrero


I hope just two more trips will finish our shopping before Thursday. It feels a little odd as this is the first year I am not cooking the turkey. Besides preparing for Thanksgiving festivities I am staying on task shipping new art to Celebrations gallery, filing, bookkeeping, applying for exhibits, mailing collectors, and updating my shops.

The above images are now in 1000 markets my shop http://www.1000markets.com/users/avisualjourney

12 comments:

Manon Doyle said...

WOW! These paintings are so beautiful Robin! You are amazingly talented!
Be happy you have a year off from cooking the turkey......it always stresses me out!

Robin Maria Pedrero said...

Thanks Manon,

I am happy aboutit. Just odd especially when 20 guests are coming here and my brother in law in making it.

Melissa and Emmitt said...

hi robin!

wow! both pieces are just breathtaking!

you are amazing!

xo
melissa

Kari Tirrell said...

These are beautiful, Robin! I particularly like the way you painted the lower image. Just gorgeous.

Robin Maria Pedrero said...

Thanks Melissa and Kari!

Azure Islands Designs said...

Wonderful paintings Robin...I like the black background of the first painting it allows for the little girl to be so striking and I like the natural feel of the bottom painting...

I'm always happy when someone else decides to cook as I don't particularly enjoy cooking...I do it, but much prefer socializing with the guests... :0)

Cheers

vickiandrandyrossart said...

WOW! paintings are wonderful, as was the introduction to 1000 markets. Tell us more about it!

vickilou

ESCUDERO said...

Hi Robin - Thank you for visiting my blog. I love your work! It's very beautiful... I wish you the best

Manon Doyle said...

Hey Robin,

I've been tagged and now I'm tagging you! Please, please don't feel obliged but the rules are on my blog if you're so inclined.

-manon

please sir said...

Lovely work!

the wid0w said...

well damn do i just pack up my brushes now?

really good work

how do you manage the patience required for portraits?

Robin Maria Pedrero said...

Thanks you!

Patience is due to a perseverene in perfection..and love of faces..