If you've been following my blog friends, you probably know I've only been painting for about a year now. And. before this month not one angel on canvas. If you've been to my home you will see angels and cherubs both inside and outside in my garden. I am a believer in angels since learning about my very own guardian angel when I was a child. I'm not sure why it took me so long to paint one. Perhaps it was the anniversary of my dearest friend's birthday earlier this month that prompted my need to paint angels. You see, my best friend in the world was called to heaven several years ago and I still miss her every day.
On Angel Wings was painted in memory of my sweet friend. She was an angel in life, and no doubt is one now that she is in heaven.
Prints of On Angel Wings are available through my Fine Art America shop. Simply click HERE to visit my shop for additional information on this painting. It is available in prints, throw pillows, tote bags, shower curtains and MORE.
Tranquility is the second angel I've painted this month. She is also available as prints and more through Fine Art America. Click HERE for more information. Very simple, sweet and monochromatic to fit all decors.
The first angel I painted is Guardian Angel. Her outstretched wings remind me that I am always protected. You can find Guardian Angel at Fine Art America.
STEAL OF THE MONTH is still going on through October 31. The current high offer for these two colorful, fun paintings is only $45 ~ far below the retail value.
If you'd like to make an offer on these two paintings simply pop over to my "Steal of the Month" website page by clicking HERE. Enter your offer and submit. Some lucky person is going to have these lovely pieces for a steal!! And, each month a new painting will be offered.
Thank you so much friends for following me and my work. I love reading and answering your comments so please feel free to leave me one to let me know what you think of my artwork.
Wishing you a great weekend to come. Get out and enjoy the fall weather if you're lucky enough to live in an area with cooler temps and changing leaves.
Blessings until next time, Mary