He’s always happy, humble, and flashing a peace sign. That’s why I love this guy! Mr. Bee is painted on a cradled Gessobord panel. The 1.5″ sides are painted, and the painting is ready to hang as is. Or, it can be framed. Available for $465 on Daily Paintworks, with free shipping in US. Buy […]
Ah, the romance of a shared dessert! Even better when it’s chocolate. 🙂 Framed and ready to hang. Offered at the holiday discount price of $195, including free shipping within the US. If it doesn’t sell by Christmas, it’s going back up to the regular retail price of $280. Buy with PayPal
“Carnival Apples” Acrylic painting on panel, 12″ x 18″. Copyright ©2017 Lesley Spanos, all rights reserved. Candy apples, or toffee apples? I guess it depends on where you live. The dessert no one eats, but they look pretty, don’t they? I’ve painted from this reference before, in oils, and I liked it so much I […]
For the month of September, I’ll be working on Leslie Saeta’s Thirty Paintings in Thirty Days Challenge. It’s a busy month and I’m not a fast painter, so we’ll see how long I last. This is my first installment, and for now, I’ll just call it #22. NFS – yet.
Finally, after months of work, this one is titled, signed, and off the easel! This is the first big panel I’ve done in awhile, and I loved working large again. It feels good to paint with my whole arm instead of just my fingers. Plus. I like how impressive the carousel horses look when they’re […]
This one is from a painting demo I did at the State Fair, during the open house for the Speed Barns. Painting and talking at the same time is a challenge for me, so I painted on autopilot, and wasn’t displeased with the results. Got to meet some really nice people, too. A […]
When I visit a racetrack with a long and rich history, like the Indiana State Fair track, I can almost hear the hoofbeats of the racing legends of the past. It gives me goosebumps. It’s like they’re still there, reliving their finest moments for anyone who cares to watch and listen. Recently I was asked […]
The three-armed eggbeater ride of my childhood was called The Scrambler. It has evolved into today’s sleeker, curvier Sizzler. The cosmetics have changed, but the experience remains the same. It’ll still make you want to hurl, and (if you don’t hurl) it’s a great first date ride. That’s because centrifugal force smashes the riders together, […]