Friday, January 16, 2009


Old Town Spring is a little town south of here where I like to go for small urban landscape painting. Puffabelly's is one of its quaint little places. It's right on the railroad tracks. You can paint it all morning, then go inside and eat there! What could be better? As I painted this, my friend Fran Ellisor was standing near me, painting the cottage next door. Her painting has been in some good shows. My painting, 8x10 oil on linen panel, is hanging in the Richeson Fine Art Gallery in a gold frame with a price tag of $650. You can have it if you call 800.233.2404 and ask for the director, Terry Stanley. This is my last post for a week or so, as I need to devote all my time to finishing the portrait you've been following.


  1. This is a really nice painting Kim. I should post my puffabelly's painting but it's not as good as yours.

    Hugs Judy

  2. I would love to see yours! Maybe, we can go back and paint it together... and then have some lunch! Puffabellys is a "fitting" name.