Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Old Baby Shoes

Copyright © 2009 Linda Apple
"Old Baby Shoes"
oil on canvas - 6"x8"- sold

Yep, These were my baby shoes. I guess I could call
them antiques! Anyway, you can see that they got a
lot of use.

Monday, April 20, 2009

Old Spool of Thread - Sewing Time

Copyright © 2009 Linda Apple

"Sewing Time"
oil on canvas - 6"x8"

I have been doing a bit of sewing and sculpting lately,
as are quite a few of my friends. We are preparing for a
great Art Doll Convention called AFIC, that will be held
at the end of the month.So, it seemed logical to do a
little sewing stuff.

A Lot to Think About - Thinking Men

Copyright © 2008 Linda Apple
"A Lot to Think About "
oil on canvas - 10"x 10"
Art Museum Series- Sold

Another larger painting today. Seems like there are
a lot of things to think about these days. I find a
lot of those thought provoking moments at the art museum.

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Saturday, April 18, 2009

Repose - Sculpture Art Museum Garden

Copyright © 2009 Linda Apple
"Man & Woman" -
Collectible Fine Art - oil on canvas - 8"x 8 "
A painting A Day - Contemporary,figurative,urban art,museum

"The sculpture garden at the art museum.
This young man taking a few moments of reflection
gave me an interesting view of this great sculpture."

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Thursday, April 16, 2009

The Old Classic Red - bicycle series

Copyright © 2008 Linda Apple
"The Old Classic Red"
oil on canvas - 10"x 10"
Bicycle Series-- Sold

A larger painting today continuing with my bicycle
series. Strong darks and lights really makes this
old red classic stand out.

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Wednesday, April 15, 2009

A Day with Mother

Copyright © 2008 Linda Apple
"A Day with Mother"
oil on canvas - 6"x8"
art museum series

It's these little moments that cherish....
like the day we spent with mom. Maybe it is a
great lunch, a movie and a visit to the art museum.

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Monday, April 13, 2009

"resting" - Mighty Golf Ball #2

Copyright © 2008 Linda Apple
Mighty Golf Ball #2
oil on 1.25" deep canvas - 5"x7"

Spring has arrived so there are
a lot of these mighty little spheres
hanging around.

Passion of Art Award

I have been honored with the
"Passion for Painting Award"

by artist Linda Schweitzer. Check out her blog and see for your
self her colorful landscapes, floral and still life paintings.
Thank you Linda

Here are the rules:
- List 7 things you love
- Put a link to the one who picked you
- Choose 7 others to pass the award to
- Notify them of their award

Here are 7 things I love, not an exclusive list, however:
My son and All my family
My friends
My little(old)four-legged friend Emma

Now, the seven artists I want to honor.
Their work is really worth checking out.
Brenda York
Marina Petro
K. Madison
Edward Gordon
M Collier
LC Neil
Jelaine Faunce

Awkward Moment - Umbrellas

Copyright © 2008 Linda Apple
"Awkward Moment"
oil on canvas - 8"x10"-- Sold

You know those times, maybe walking to work,
when someone walks by and you
both seem to understand the moment.
What can you say? "Nasty weather, isn't it?"

Thursday, April 09, 2009

Just Visiting - Special Tourist

Copyright © 2008 Linda Apple
"Just Visiting"
Who's On the Bench - It Takes All Kinds
oil on canvas - 8"x8"

In these trying times, it doesn't hurt to have a bit of humor.
This is the second tourist I have found.
I captured a glimpse of this gal taking a rest from all her
shopping or maybe she was waiting for her ride?

I believe that every person is special!

Tuesday, April 07, 2009

Off to Work #2 - Under the tracks

Copyright © 2009 Linda Apple
"Off to Work #2"
oil on canvas - 6"x8"-- Sold
It's the lunchtime crowd. Walking downtown
under a railroad underpass. It is a familiar
shortcut route. I just like the different
shapes of all the shadows.

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Monday, April 06, 2009

The Scandalous Lady Lenore

Copyright © 2008 Linda Apple
"The Scandalous Lady Lenore"
oil on canvas - 6"x 6"
Appletree Hollow Series

This is Lady Lenore Velazquez - 1856.
I decided to post this entry from the Appletree Secret Diaries, although it is a bit scandalous.
"It was noted that Lady Lenore was born of noble birth. Her father was a big plantation owner and government official in Mexico. How she came to live at Appletree Hollow is somewhat of a mystery but was hinted that she was sent there after her father was accused of being a spy. For some years, she was considered a fine young lady, giving fancy dinner parties and attending social events but as time went on her life became immersed in suspicion and inquiry. Some said that one of the first things that brought notice was, although she was pursued by some attentive bachelors, she never responded to their requests and gave them little notice. More questions arose when she would not receive guests or not be seen for long periods of time and in those days, not to marry was enough to generate a buzz. It wasn't until suddenly, a cold frosty morning in 1862, the village was notified that she would not be returning and her house was for sale."
After reading this, I had to stop everything and search through the diaries to try to find
out what could possibly have happened to Lady Lenore and this is what I found:
Evidently, she was working as a double agent for the army. This was uncovered after her death, when she was found on the battlefield at Shiloh. She had secretly fought at Manassas/BullRun, Ball’s Bluff, and Shiloh in the disguise of Lieutenant Harry L. Bennington.

Read of the discovery of Appletree Hollow.
Read the entire Appletree Hollow story here

Thursday, April 02, 2009

Caught in the Abstract - Metal sculpture

Copyright © 2009 Linda Apple
"Caught in the Abstract"
oil on canvas - 6"x 8"- Sold
art museum series

While I was viewing a large metal sculpture at the
art museum,I caught a view of someone through an opening
and decided to do a painting where they could become a
part of the sculpture and this is what happened.