landscape

Southern Beach seascape scene

"A Little Slice of Heaven"
10" x 20" painting on canvas

It only takes a little bit of a view like this
to be able to imagine the rest~

This unusual 10 x 20" canvas is great to fit in those
little spaces.
All paintings come with sides painted black, ready to hang!

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Little Boy & Kitten #6 of $50.oo Summer Specials

"There You Are"
6" x 8" on canvas

Williams fears were unfounded when he found
the little kitten in the field of sunflowers.

Text says: There you are
Mixed media original painting

#6 of the Summer Specials

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Little Girl with Chickens - vintage era summer Special #2 oil painting

"When I Was A Little Girl"
oil on gallery wrapped canvas
6"x 6"

She could remember hunting for eggs at Grandmas farm!
(text in painting reads "When I was a little girl")

Mixed media oil painting w/vintage photos
All paintings come with sides painted black, ready to hang!
I decided to do a series of 50 paintings@ $50 each for the summer!!!
#2 of the NEW Summer Series SPECIALS

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chihuahua portrait rural landscape

Copyright © Linda Apple

"It's My Home"
oil on canvas - 9"x 12"

This little Chihuahua certainly rules over the farm!
Anyone who knows a Chihuahua knows this :)

All paintings have sides painted black and come ready to hang.

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The Old Family Farm oil landscape

Copyright © 2013 Linda Apple
"Family Farm"
oil on gallery wrapped canvas

This is a large commission that I just completed.
It is 4 ft. x 6 ft.!
It is a bit of a mix of past & present brought together
for a client of their old family farm.
It shows their pond with ducks. Although they don't raise horses
anymore, they wanted to show them in the painting and
along with a donkey they use to have.
Its been a while since I got to do this size and it was really fun
to bring this all together for them.

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Red Barn country rural landscape

Copyright © 2013 Linda Apple
"Red Barn"
oil on gallery wrapped canvas
10"x 10"

The old red barn.

I have always been drawn to the old red barns that dot the countryside.
Do you know why they are painted red?
I did some research and actually found many theories. So here's a bit of history today :)
The most popular one theory seems to be:
Early 18th-century bridges and barns went unpainted. However,by the late 1700's, natural wood seasoning gave way to artificial preservation. Virginia farmers were the first to become paint-conscious. Since ready-made paint was not available, a farmer mixed his own. Skimmed milk, lime and ferrous oxide, otherwise known as rust, made a plastic-like coating that hardened quickly and lasted for years. Rust was plentiful on farms and is a poison to many fungi, including mold and moss.

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A Bit of Country farm landscape oil painting

Copyright © 2013 Linda Apple
"A Bit of Country"
oil on gallery wrapped canvas
8"x 8"

Here's a sweet little landscape for you.
I have been working on two large landscape commissions,
so I guess it got me in the mood!

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Beautiful Day large cloud landscape

Copyright © 2013 Linda Apple
"Beautiful Day"
oil on gallery wrapped canvas
12"x 16"

Enjoying some ever changing clouds.
This is a large painting on a 1.5" deep gallery wrapped canvas.
The painting extends around the sides to give it a lot of
depth on the wall and will not need to be framed (unless you prefer it).

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Happy Day farm animal sheep lamb landscape

Copyright © 2013 Linda Apple
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"On the Lamb"
oil on canvas - 11"x 14"
animal portrait landscape

Here is a nice larger painting for those who like the cuddly lamb!
For me this painting is seeing life anew and being open to new possibilities!

All paintings have sides painted black and come ready to hang.
If you would like a payment plan, just ask!

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Early Corn farm landscape red barn oil painting

Copyright © 2013 Linda Apple
"Early Corn"
oil on gallery wrapped canvas

A large 12 x 16" dramatic view of sky and farm.
Maybe it is because I was raised in rural southern Ohio that
I am always drawn to these great old farms.

Payment plan is available, just ask!

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