Monthly Archives: December 2015

Cherry Blossom

At the end of the street there is a beautiful cherry tree…can be an apple tree. They are very confusing to me. Anyway this tree produces most beautiful flowers I ever seen. During the spring it becomes my routine to … Continue reading

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Rose

Roses are very fascinating flower to paint. I like the pink ones more than any other colored roses. Acrylic on the illustration board, 5.25″ x4″ If you are interested purchasing this image, please visit the daily paint works site. http://www.dailypaintworks.com/fineart/setsuko-lawson/rose/436033

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Edisto Memorial Gardens

There is a beautiful rose garden in Orangeburg, SC. This garden locates right next to I-26 between Charleston and Colombia. If you have a chance to go near this area, I recommend anybody who likes roses to stop by this garden. There are so … Continue reading

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More bottles

I ordered two crystal spheres. I am thinking about setting them on the striped fabrics. Acrylic on gessoed board, 6″ x 6″  

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Snow Mountains

Merry Christmas. I hope that at least the image of the snow gives everybody a feeling of the cold winter. We are cooking wonderful dinner and just waiting for our baby and her friend join us soon. Acrylic on gessoed board, … Continue reading

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Winter in Promisland

It is unseasonably warm in SC. The red geranium and chrysanthemum are still happily blooming in my backyard. I thought about the cold winter weather in PA and painted this image. But my friend told me that it has been 70s … Continue reading

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Wonderful time of the year

Finally the winter vacation is here. For next one month, I will wake up in the morning, make a pot of coffee, and go to my studio. Nice! 8″ x 8″ Acrylic on the gessoed board If you are interested … Continue reading

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