Friday Faves: Different Kind of Hanging O’ The Greens

16 Mar

Sometime in my late 20s I went through a slight obsession with the Irish part of my heritage & Irish culture in general.  I think it stemmed mainly from too many Maeve Binchy books and multiple PBS viewings of Riverdance.  Add to that the fact that my husband thinks Guinness is the greatest thing since, well, Guinness, and it isn’t any surprise that we love St. Patrick’s Day.  So to get you in the mood for a little Erin Go Bragh, how about some artwork to remind us of the Emerald Isle?

Runaway Trees by Christina Baker, acrylic on canvas, 48x48

Ives Pond I by Susan Morosky, acrylic on canvas, 30x30

Cold Feet by Casey Matthews, mixed media, 24x24

Covenant Commitment by Steve Williams, mixed media on canvas, 84x84

Christina Baker | Susan Morosky | Casey Matthews | Steve Williams 

Make sure you check out these artist’s websites ( linked above ) to see more of their work.  Happy St. Patrick’s weekend!

Featured image is Empty Bathtub, Full Power Meter by Steve Williams, mixed media, 84×84.  All images are via the artist’s websites, linked above.

5 Responses to “Friday Faves: Different Kind of Hanging O’ The Greens”

  1. Brian Filipowich March 16, 2012 at 1:29 pm #

    i like Ives Pond I by Susan Morosky the best of the 4

    • Lesley March 16, 2012 at 2:35 pm #

      Her work really has a tremendous depth to it, doesn’t it?

      • Brian Filipowich March 16, 2012 at 4:23 pm #

        yes, “depth”, good adjective for it. probably from the significant swaths of darkness compared to the lighter foliage-like shading. it has a great feel.

  2. deanmelbourne March 19, 2012 at 4:31 pm #

    really lovely work!! thanks

    • Lesley March 20, 2012 at 9:04 am #

      Thanks for stopping by, Dean!

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