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  • Exhibit Update

    March
    3
    2007

    I’ve finally got all of my painting scans pieced together and uploaded to my portfolio, so I thought I’d give you a quick rundown of what is on display with more quality images than the initial window display photo in my “Now on Exhibit” post.

    I posted the Great Blue Heron scan here in my blog because the image in my portfolio is really pretty small.

    Here are all the thumbs (linked to their painting details in my portfolio):


    great blue heron bird portrait oil painting realism original realistic fine art
    Great Blue Heron


    custom monochromatic red oil painting girl child people portrait original realistic fine art  custom monochromatic orange oil painting girl boy child people portrait original realistic fine art  custom monochromatic yellow oil painting girl child people portrait original realistic fine art

    custom monochromatic green oil painting girl child people portrait original realistic fine art  custom monochromatic blue oil painting girl child people portrait original realistic fine art  custom monochromatic violet purple oil painting girl child people portrait original realistic fine art
    Monochromatic Rainbow Silly Kids


    still life oil painting blackberry fruit food eye ate it series  still life oil painting brown m&m candy food eye ate it series  still life oil painting goldfish cracker food eye ate it series  still life oil painting clear gummy bear candy food eye ate it series

    still life oil painting yellow dot candy food eye ate it series  still life oil painting tootsie roll candy food eye ate it series  still life oil painting rolo rolos candy food eye ate it series  still life oil painting walnut food eye ate it series

    still life oil painting green jujyfruit candy food eye ate it series  still life oil painting choclate teddy graham candy food eye ate it series  still life oil painting yellow sour patch kid candy food eye ate it series  still life oil painting mini chips ahoy candy food eye ate it series

    still life oil painting blue kissable candy food eye ate it series  still life oil painting yellow starburst lemon candy food eye ate it series  still life oil painting purple skittle skittles candy food eye ate it series  still life oil painting green swedish fish candy food eye ate it series
    “Eye Ate It” Series
    View these paintings in my portfolio
    Buy “Eye Ate It” paintings in my shop


    calico cat portrait oil painting realism original realistic fine art
    Kiki the Calico Cat


    All paintings © 2007 Leanne Wildermuth, All rights reserved.

    All of these oroginal oil paintings are available for purchase, feel free to contact me if you’re interested in purchasing any of them.

    Now On Exhibit!

    February
    28
    2007

    If you’d like to “walk around”, click the pic for the (not narrated) video, walking up to the display and all that fun stuff you would get to do if you were HERE. (Update: I converted the thing to a windows media file and it’s much smaller and faster loading, sorry about that humongo file!) I’ll get back over there when the tags go up, in the evening, when there isn’t a funky glare from the street.

    These are all available for purchase, so if you’re interested in any of them you can contact me for pricing and I can give you the number to call MidCoast Fine Arts to purchase through the gallery.

    16 Eye Ate It’s

    February
    26
    2007

    eye ate it original oil painting series food candy art

    Here’s a sampling – the spacing and stuff is all wrong, but it will look something like this on exhibit. The whole thing will display at about 24″ x 24″.

    Eye Ate It Paintings #4

    February
    25
    2007

    eye ate it snack original oil painting food art leanne wildermuth
    Here you go, the last set to complete a 16 set series of “Eye Ate It” paintings that will be presented as part of my exhibition that begins – WEDNESDAY. Yes. Wednesday. I have 2 days to complete my biggest, largest most complicated painting for the show now.

    These should be easy guesses, and now I’m starving – because my kids ate all my painting subjects. Dangit. I swear, as soon as I had the painting finished, they snagged it and ran. In fact, Chickey is standing right in front of me right now saying “Are you done painting the Eye Ate It’s?” and I said “yeeeessss” and she said “Can I go get the rest of the candy now?” and of course, my reply was “yeeeessssss”.

    Grumble, grumble, grumble
    (that’s my tummy)

    Eye Ate It Paintings #3

    February
    24
    2007

    eye ate it snack original oil painting food art leanne wildermuth

    One more set to go in my “Eye Ate It” series to finish – did you guess on the last set? This one may be easier – although that one to the right may stump a few people since the image isn’t a very big one.

    (Yes I’ll put them all together when I’m finished for you to eat up, you know, that’s a lot of Eye Candy. Save your appetite eyepetite. :winking:)

    Happy guessing!

    P.S. Got ice? We do! On a normal day, that bush is not so vertically challenged. I think it may split in half. Can’t go out, you might get pelted by the ice cube sized stuff breaking off the trees. One more – look at our coated power lines. (Hoping they don’t snap!)

    Eye Ate It Paintings #2

    February
    23
    2007

    eye ate it original oil painting series bite sized paintings fine art leanne wildermuth

    The next three in my “Eye Ate It” series are complete, 6 more to go to complete this series. Go ahead and name these goodies!

    Eye Ate It Paintings

    February
    22
    2007

    eye ate it series original oil paintings leanne wildermuth fine art

    Three of 12 are complete, 9 more “Eye At It” paintings will complete a 16 piece series of 4″ x 4″ square bite sized edibles for exhibition.

    Can you name all these goodies?

    Eye Ate It #4

    October
    18
    2006

    eye ate it oil painting brown m&m
    Here’s #4 in the Eye Ate It™ series, a brown M&M on an orange dish. I know a few of you who are really going to have a sweet tooth after you see this one, and I will not apologize for that. I’ve been sitting here snarfing them down, so please – go get yourself a bag and try to catch up, would you? My Hips & I would appreciate it if you did.

    One set is now complete in my Eye Ate It™ series. They look awfully tasty together, see?

    eye ate it paintings 1-4 walnut blackberry m&m goldfish art oil
    As shown:
    #1: Walnut, #3: Blackberry
    #4: Brown M&M, #2: Goldfish
    I’m really enjoying painting these little 4×4’s. It’s stretching my brain, and I feel like I’m getting a really great refresher in depth, shadow and dimension. Who knew these tasty treats would teach me so much?


    Enjoy.

    Eye Ate It #3

    October
    16
    2006

    eye ate it blackberry oil painting
    I just completed #3 in the Eye Ate It™ Series, a nice plump Blackberry. Unfortunately, my poor little perishable looks pathetic now next to its sweet and former self of a painting, so Eye May Not Eat It this time around. I have, however, eaten a few of its cell mates. (cellophane – hahaha. get it?)

    4-inches square (all of them in the series will be this size), a perfect sized oil painting for bite sized goodness.

    I’ve added the scans of the first two in the series to my gallery today as well. You can see them here:


    Eye Ate It #1 : Walnut
    Eye Ate It #2 : Goldfish

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