Thursday, December 10, 2009

My Joyful Self


I found this little cherub on my travels and knew he'd make a good model. When I was painting him, I started to identify with his carefree attitude. He cheered me up, tripping happily along over rust and debris, with his bouquet of roses.

I picked up those pieces of scrap iron on the beach of the Arctic Ocean, during last summer's trip to Deadhorse.

8" x 6" oil on linen panel

To purchase, contact me at info@carollambertarts.com
$290 plus shipping, unframed

3 comments:

Victor Errington said...

Hi Carol.
Fantastic skilful painting here.
He certainly has got a cheerful
nature hasn`t he? I can see you
can skilfully draw as well, brilliant. Thank you for your wonderful email. It`s brilliant to be able to talk to other Artist`s
isn`t it? I have found some lovely
people on these blogs. Thanks again
Carol, and keep producing those
wonderful paintings. All the best.
Vic.

ANDREW TAYLOR said...

Hey Some really nice work on your page. I'll have to visit again

Carol Lambert said...

Thanks Vic and Andrew, for your positive comments. This painting sort of expresses my essential personality, so I am glad you like it. I am also pleased that I have visitors from the UK!