Barn and Landscape Give-Away, Barbara Haviland

Barn & Landscape by
Barbara Haviland

This is my first give-away for 2020 and it measures 12″x 12″. No frame and one rule for this one.

YOU must tell me Why you would like to have this painting hanging in your home.

I will be giving this painting away on my birthday  February 18 and don’t ask my my age.

Still Life Wooden Frog and Vases, Barbara Haviland

Wooden Frog and Vases Textured

by Barbara Haviland in Still Life

Wooden Frog and Vases by
Barbara Haviland

Wooden Frog and Vases are done with a painting knife and have tons of textures. I love doing these palette knife paintings. This one is 16 x 12 and is signed 

Available

Raccoon, wildlife, Barbara Haviland

Raccoon, wildlife
Raccoon by Barbara Haviland

Raccoon, wildlife

How could you not like this face?? He is done in oils and measures 10″x 8″.   One morning in Groves we had a trap on the porch, Sam had 2 coons in the trap and 4 trying to get them out.  What a site.   We lived in the city!  This one is harmless.. he is available on my web site

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Seascape drawing coming to a close on Monday 25 Nov, Barbara Haviland

If you haven’t done so and want to be in the drawing,please sign up

on my web site at the top of the page, with your email. The drawing is on

Monday the 25 of November. The painting is what you see .

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Go to website and at the top of the page sign up with your email. Thanks Barbara

Poinsettia, Barbara Haviland

Poinsettia, red flower

by Barbara Haviland in Miscellaneous

I did this from a plant someone gave me. The painting can hang either way and is framed. Available here on my website

http://BarbaraHavilandArt.com

Euphorbia pulcherrima is a shrub or small tree, typically reaching a height of 0.6–4 metres (2–13 ft). The plant bears dark green dentate leaves that measure 7–16 centimetres (2.8–6.3 in) in length. The colored bracts—which are most often flaming red but can be orange, pale green, cream, pink, white, or marbled—are often mistaken for flower petals because of their groupings and colors, but are actually leaves.[5][6] The colors of the bracts are created through photoperiodism, meaning that they require darkness (12 hours at a time for at least five days in a row) to change color. At the same time, the plants require abundant light during the day for the brightest color.[7]

The flowers of the poinsettia are unassuming and do not attract pollinators. They are grouped within small yellow structures found in the center of each leaf bunch, and are called cyathia.[8]Posted on November 12, 2019. Share on FacebookTwitter or Pinterest.