Rocca di Montemarciano Realistic Oil Landscape Painting SALE Original Castle Oil Painting, Italy

Rocca di Montemarciano (Castle) Oil Painting, Italy by Artist Joan A Brown

Rocca di Montemarciano (Castle) Oil Painting, Italy by Artist Joan A Brown

Rocca di Montemarciano Realistic Oil Painting SALE

I spent several months in Italy in 2003. During my stay, I saw many fortresses and castles similar to the one in this Original Art Italy Oil Painting Rocca di Montemarciano Castle painting. This painting is in fact painted from a reference photo I took when I was living in the small town of Senigallia, Montemarciano, near the port city of Ancona.

A Castle Painting

The tower and evergreens, as well as the other surrounding trees enveloped the building really appealed to me. I don’t know the history of this fortress. If you are looking at this Original Art Italy Oil Painting Rocca di Montemarciano Castle painting and you recognize the building or know anything about its history, I would love to know about it.

About Rocca di Montemarciano Realistic Oil Landscape Painting SALE Original Castle Oil Painting, Italy

This is an original oil painting (not a print), painted on an 12 x 16 inch stretched canvas using professional Winsor oils. It has a coat of picture varnish and she’s pretty much ready to make someone’s beautiful home even more beautiful and will appreciate in value over time. The subject matter is pretty special too!

#Italy #castles #fortress

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Aichmophobia Watercolor Painting by Artist Joan A Brown

Aichmophobia Watercolor Painting by Artist Joan A Brown

Aichmophobia Watercolor Painting by Artist Joan A Brown

Aichmophobia (pronounced [īk-mō-fō′bē-ă]) is a kind of specific phobia, the morbid fear of sharp things,[1] such as pencils, needles, knives, a pointing finger, or even the sharp end of an umbrella. It is derived from the Greek aichmē (point) and phobos (fear). This fear may also be referred to as belonephobia or enetophobia.

 

Sometimes this general term is used to refer to what is more specifically called fear of needles, or needle phobia. Fear of needles is the extreme and irrational fear of medical procedures involving injections or hypodermic needles.

–Wikipedia

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On my Easel – Venezia Venice

On my Easel – Venezia Venice: Busy doing all the things I love and loving all the things I do.

I have had this 3′ x 4′ oil of Venice sitting on my easel since leaving Alberta. I have completed several others since then, but I have yet to tackle and complete this one. It’s much bigger than the typical size paintings I am used to creating. I am preoccupied with the operating of Fusion Care Inn, teaching painting classes, among other interests, leaving little or no time to fit everything else I want to do.

This particular piece of Venice, Italy’s St. Marcus Square is actually a reference postcard I acquired when I visited there in 2003.

The winter months are quickly approaching here in the GTA. I plan to spend a few of those long winter months getting this one completed….eventually.

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Jabec’s Teddy Drawing by Artist Joan A Brown

Jabec's Teddy Drawing by Artist Joan A Brown

Jabec’s Teddy Drawing by Artist Joan A Brown

I had to capture this little guy in creative-form, because it has great sentimental value to me. Years ago my late son used his very first pay from volunteer work he performed at school to get me a gift and that gift came in the form of this stuffed teddy he presented to me shortly before his untimely passing. I still have this teddy to this day. I cuddle with it at nights and when I am not sleeping it plays the role of decoration for my bed.

Each time I look at it, it reminds of the gentle soul who gave it to me. Adding the retro clock radio was only for composition purposes.

I created this chalk drawing on artist sketch paper and treated it with a layer of fixative to preserve it and keep it from smudging. RIP, Jabec.

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Mel Gibson Pen & Ink Drawing by Artist Joan A Brown

Mel Gibson Pen & Ink Drawing by Artist Joan A Brown

Mel Gibson Pen & Ink Drawing by Artist Joan A Brown

This Mel Gibson Pen & Ink Drawing by Artist Joan A Brown drawing was my tribute to my favorite actor. The idea was to create his likeness using pen and ink hatch work and various lines. This was back in his “Leathal Weapon” days. You can tell by the hair. I had fun creating this one. For those of you who may not know who Mel Gibson (those living under a rock, perhaps?), the following is a brief history on him:

Mel Colm-Cille Gerard Gibson AO (born 3 January 1956) is an American actor, film director, producer and screenwriter. He was born in Peekskill, New York, moved with his parents to Sydney, Australia, when he was 12 years old, and later studied acting at the Australian National Institute of Dramatic Art. After appearing in the Mad Max and Lethal Weapon series, Gibson went on to direct and star in the Academy Award-winning Braveheart. In 2004, he directed and produced The Passion of the Christ, a film portraying the last hours in the life of Jesus. –Wikipedia
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