Monday

Vintage Feather Pillow No.3 "Cat Sleeping Do NOT Disturb!" 5x7 canvas panel Oil Painting Original Art SOLD

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Here's my cat Charlie doing what he does best..... again! Counting sheep is his favorite pastime along with watching birds of course. View the progression of this oil painting in my Daily Painting Oil Sketches blog: http://paintingadaycarolynhietala.blogspot.com/

10% from the proceeds of this painting will benefit ARK (Area Rehabbers Klub): http://www.welcome.to/arkva which is a wildlife rehabilitation and rescue organization based in Richmond, Virginia.

As always thank you for your interest in my Art.
Carolyn Hietala http://carolynhietalapaintings.blogspot.com/

Friday

"In Memory of Buffy" my persian cat. Impressionist oil painting on wood panel / 18"x24" / NotForSale / Artist Collection


A fond memory of Buffy on a hot, hazy summer day.

She was cooling under an antique wagon at the edge of the woods. Oh what a sweet girl she was.... a real lady. I have already begun a new painting of this as a 12"x12" as I just adore this painting that I did in 1984..... and will really enjoy creating it again..... in 2006. She truly touched my heart.
Carolyn Hietala http://carolynhietalapaintings.blogspot.com/

Monday

Hietala Art Vintage Feather Down Pillow Oil Painting via eBay. Shabby Chic! Flea market gold frame included. Art For Critters benefit ............SOLD




This auction will benefit ARK (Area Rehabbers Klub) based in Richmond, Virginia. They will receive 10% of the proceeds from the sale of this painting. Here is their website. http://www.welcome.to/arkva Please visit and see what wonderful work they do in wildlife rescue. (click on title above painting to view auction or bid) Carolyn Hietala http://carolynhietalapaintings.blogspot.com/

Tuesday

Painting Daily Oil Sketches by Carolyn Hietala

I have recently begun a blog "Painting Daily Oil Sketches."

The focus will be on small studies in oil and contain a step-by-step journel not intended for art instruction but as a document of my personal "On the Job Training" learning experiences in oil painting. The sessions are kept short as the time working on them is only during rest breaks from current works.
My goal is that each new painting will bring me the satisfaction in knowing that I gave it my best.
Upon completion of each painting I will post the final here in my Lifeoncanvas blog.