Saturday, August 7, 2010

Wedding House: SOLD!



today is the last day of Gloucester's Sidewalk Bazaar.  i have been showing some of my paintings on the sidewalk in front of Bananas.  yesterday i sold 2 paintings, the one above and its companion The Wedding Reel.  these two works were part of the series of paintings that i did for the Peabody Historical Society's "historic interpretation" show last year.  the paintings are the most non-traditional works i offered up for sale, the others are oils of the beacon marine basin, magnolia harbor, a few still life.  i overheard someone describing this painting and its companion as 'weird'.  heh.  what do you know, these two 'weird' works are the ones that sold.

note to self:  don't listen to the naysayers.  always trust my gut.

and i sold a photograph the day before!  now i can fix my truck.

best,
deb.

6 comments:

Bruce Barone said...

YAY!!!

John said...

get that truck fixed and plan for winterizing to cause its just around the bend

Debbie Clarke aka pbsage said...

Yes, will get the truck fixed.
and
I sold another painting on Saturday!
now
I can buy some groceries too! lol.

John said...

don 't forget the paint

Debbie Clarke aka pbsage said...

paint? you mean i need paint for my truck? have some rustoleum.

oh, duh...paint to paint with. right. got the extra tube of white and 2 panels today.

(i have a stockpile of paint. i need to clean my brushes. a big job, but i'm up to it.)

deb.

Amanda said...

Love this piece. And love it even more when I hear the title! :)

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