I loved these striped pumpkins in the store, and I thought I'd love painting them, and I did!  This painting is available in my Etsy shop HERE.  

These two pumpkins are in love!!!  I enjoyed using thick paint on the lights in this one.  Pumpkin Love is available in my Etsy shop, Bijou Masterpieces, and the LINK is HERE.

This is another pumpkin painting painted on an Italian thinner (3/8") oil-primed linen board.  This pumpkin was very bright and fun to paint!  It's available for sale in my Etsy shop HERE.

Here's a trio of Spooky Pumpkins for your Halloween decor.  Halloween is my least favorfite holiday because I don't believe that life should be scary.  This little oil painting is painted on a 3/8" oil-primed linen board made in Italy.  I've enjoyed using these boards!  This painting is available in my Etsy shop, Bijou Mastgerpieces HERE.

I love the colors in these apples.  Don't they just scream fall?  They are painted on oil-primed linen panels, and they are available in my Etsy shop for $75.00.  HERE is the link!

Have you tried growing strawberries?  I've grown them a couple of times, but not this season.  I love the rich color of them, with the bright reds and pinks.  I painted this little 6" X 6" painting on a linen board, and you may purchase it for $75 in my Etsy Shop HERE.

I took the photo of this particular bee a week or so ago.  He was buzzing around our chaste tree.  I just had to paint him!  This painting is on a 6" X 6" X 1 3/8"  gallery-wrapped, oil-primed canvas.  It's $95, and you may purchase it HERE in my Etsy shop.  UPDATE:  SOLD

There aren't many cherries left around here, so this might be my last cherry painting of the summer.  I think I'll switch gears and start painting pumpkins....LOTS of pumpkins!  This little painting is painted on a lovely oil-primed linen panel.  I'm enjoying these!  It's listed in my Etsy Shop for $75, and HERE is the link for purchase.

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I love it when cherries first appear in our local market in early summer.  But as much as I enjoy eating them, pitting them is, well, th...