Spring Snow Crabapple Blossoms | 16″ x 16″ Original Oil Painting on Panel Last week our Spring Snow Crabapple tree was in its full glory. We had an entire flock of beautiful Cedar Waxwings munching on the flowers the entire time the tree was in bloom. I was happy to get some reference photos for a painting but needless to say I wasn’t the only one taking advantage of the beautiful blossoms before their imminent quick decent to the ground! I managed to snap a pic of one our feathered visitors as well 🙂
It’s that time of year again. The leaves are beginning to change and there is a crispness to the air. I absolutely love Autumn, but truly dread what follows it! We’ll be cherishing these last warmer days before the midwestern winter sets in.
This original oil painting features a single red maple leaf laying on a grey surface with dramatic lighting.
This original oil painting features a single bunch of Lilac Blossoms in a glass of water. I have always loved how intoxicating the springtime air can be whilst these beautiful purple flowers are blooming… It’s a shame they don’t last very long, but I guess that’s just more the reason to appreciate them when we do have them! The painting is signed and dated on the back.