Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Lazy Susan Seashells RM250


I wanted to try painting seashells this time so I chose to paint 14 varieties of them on a lazy susan that took me a total of about 10 hours to paint over a few days.

1 comment:

  1. Hi Jennifer!

    Wow! You are very talented. I paint also, mostly furniture. I have a shop on Cape Cod, MA so I don't get in as much decorative painting time as I would like, but love it and do as much of it as I can. Do I see a little Ross Stalcup influence in your style? I'll keep visiting, you keep painting. My blog is Karensgardencottage.blogspot.com, if you would like to check me out! Karen

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