Archive for the ‘giclee’ Category

Not all who Wander are Lost

April 4, 2014
Not all who Wander are Lost  CheyAnne Sexton

Not all who Wander are Lost CheyAnne Sexton

 

3 Pueblo Ponies Along the Fence-line

February 12, 2014
3 Pueblo Ponies by CheyAnne Sexton

3 Pueblo Ponies by CheyAnne Sexton

driving home from the ski valley, these three indian ponies were right these, so I had to stop.

Just click the photo if you are interested in purchasing this photograph as an incredible giclee print.

too, too long

October 20, 2013

I’ve been neglecting my blog, my art, my exercise too.  I just cannot fit it all in.  How do people who work 30- to 40 or more hours every single week get anything done’?

My daughter's honey at out camp fire in August

My daughter’s honey at our camp fire in August

Buffalo Tacos In la Lama, New Mexico style

Buffalo Tacos In la Lama, New Mexico style

Fresh

Fresh

had to add ‘another white cosmos’, I’m going to get this into a canvas and send to my daughter and her mate for their new place.

playing around with new photoshop techniques

playing around with new photoshop techniques

 

new vistors this year.  We figure it's one of Pi's young this year, but haven't seen her at all.

new vistors this year. We figure it’s one of Pi’s pups this year, but haven’t seen her at all.

traveling alot to new job 52 beautiful miles each way

traveling alot to new job 52 beautiful miles each way

rabbitbrush Chimisa

rabbitbrush Chimisa

 

exploring Ojo Caliente Mineral Springs and Spa, New Mexico

exploring Ojo Caliente Mineral Springs and Spa, New Mexico

 

I have been one busy Admin Girl, but it’s time to paint. If I can find my desk under the clutter before I lose interest again.  Wish me painting.

peace n abundance,

CheyAnne

p.s.  SOLD a big print of ‘Sugar’ in the Apple Orchard Meadow’ 20×26

"Sugar" in the Apple Orchard Meadow

“Sugar” in the Apple Orchard Meadow 20×26 Giclee Print               by CheyAnne Sexton

 

Iris, Roses and Lobelia from my Gardens

July 15, 2013
The Magic of an Iris

The Magic of an Iris

Twisted

Twisted

watercolor Iris abstract

watercolor Iris abstract

These Iris were from last month and I’ve really been wanting to share them with you.

Iris’ to me are such an incredible flower.  They don’t take much water, they can lay around out of the ground for seasons on end and still survive when you finally stick them in the ground.  And the flowers are STUNNING.  The fragrance they emit is so heavenly that I’m sure the clouds in heaven are floating on their magical aromas.  They remind me of my Grandma Hogard and my father, her son.

And then yesterday morning, while out on my morning walk around the gardens I noticed my Peace Rose was beginning to really open up

Peace Rose

Peace Rose

drenched in dew

Peace Rose drenched in dew

Kordes Perfecta rose

Kordes Perfecta rose

baby blue lobelia

baby blue lobelia

So this is ‘some’ of what’s blooming in my yard.  What’s in yours?

Hope your week is awesome

peace n abundance,

CheyAnne

as always, any of my photography that you find in my streams can be shipped to you, so please let me know if you are interested in giclee prints.

my two Etsy shops are full of other amazing wonders as well:

http://cheyannesexton.etsy.com     watercolors, photography and pillows.

http://newmexicomtngirl.etsy.com   photography, vintage and pillows too.

watercolor cosmos are where I’m at right now

July 13, 2013
'Basket of Summer' watercolor on paper 9x12 CheyAnne Sexton

‘Basket of Summer’ watercolor on paper 9×12 CheyAnne Sexton

This was my first attempt without drawing it out first. Plein air painting from my easy chair looking out into my garden.  I did lay down some misket (I love that stuff).  And my kinda first attempt at multi-petaled flowers too.  Not so sure how to go about them.  I really like a few of them tho, especially the one on the bottom right and how it’s hanging in the air.   At least that’s how it looks me.

I went to youtube to do some research  and found a great 2 part video that inspired me to finish when I got stuck.

Painting Flowers Loosely in watercolour part 2 of 2 by Peter Wood

I watched the number 2 part of this first and then went looking for number one.  I love how he adds dabs and dabs of little bits of color to create depth  and vibrance to his painting.  And what an undertaking to paint such a garden as this.  I want to try this now.

Painting Flowers Loosely in watercolour part 1 of 2 by Peter Wood

 

Here is my second much freer attempt:

'White cosmos over Orange' watercolor on paper 9x12 CheyAnne Sexton

‘White cosmos over Orange’ watercolor on paper 9×12 CheyAnne Sexton

This one I didn’t draw or even add misket too,  which I am pretty proud of.  I just started at the top and worked my way down.  When white of the paper was there I created another flower or a bud.  Now I’m off to try more.

Both originals are for sale and giclee prints upon request.  If you click the picture it ought to take you straight to my Etsy store where you can purchase them.  Let me know you found it here and I will pay for shipping.

Love hearing what you think or feel so please leave a comment.

Peace n Abundance,

CheyAnne

 

 


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