Monday, April 7, 2008

~An Invitation to TEA~

Today is TEA's first webshow, and here is your invitation: (formal attire optional, I'll be wearing jeans and a sweatshirt!).......

I am a proud member of a small but select group of artists called
The Eclectic Artisans (TEA).
We will all be participating in a grand web show beginning Monday,
April 7, 2008.

Our members' talents span many categories: hooked rugs, penny rugs, beeswax ornaments & candles, painting, paper creations, teddy bears, dolls of every kind and much more.

Here are the participating artists:
* Blue Jean Primitives
* Chickadee Primitives
* Country Rustic Primitives
* Daughternature Folk Art
* Foothill Primitives

* Hallowed Hill Primitives
* Honeysuckle Lane
* Love the Prim Look

* Make Me A Memory
* Pear Tree Primitives
* PieCake Primitives
* Primitive Bettys
* TFC Folk Art

* Whendi's Bears
* Wings & Paws Primitives

You can find my work under Pear Tree Primitives.
The Eclectic Artisan's WebShow begins today Monday, April 7, 2008.

Here is a peek at my offerings for the webshow:

Jane Ann (my interpretation of Ammi Phillips' 1820 painting. Jane Ann is 22 X 26 framed.)

Stacking Boxes (well....they "look" like stacking boxes. It is actually one piece of wood, painted and shaded to look like 3 stacking boxes.) 8 X 12

Thank you....I hope you'll join us for TEA!

Please see more photos of these offerings on my website:
Pear Tree Primitives
(then click on "Painter of the Past~ Gallery" and "Early Wares")


Lana said...

Good morning Suzanne! I am so glad that you painted a large portrait ~ it's beautiful! And those colonial style faux boxes are awesome!
Thanks for the invitation to the WebShow. Keep an eye out for me ~ I'll be wearing an artsy, paint spattered, white T by Goowill, faded capri jeans by 5-Years-In-The-Closet, and shoes by Barefoot-At-Home. See you soon!

Peach Street ~ Jamie said...

Suzanne your work is wonderful. I just love your painting for The EA!

~ Jamie

Donna said...

Your paintings are wonderful Suzanne ~ and the show is so exciting!

Doreen said...

Suzanne...The Jane Ann painting is has a wonderful 3-dimentional quality to it. I love it. The boxes are wonderful as well.

Have a wonderful evening

FrenchGardenHouse said...

Hi Suzanne,

I'm going to go to the webshow, what a great idea! I hope you and your family are doing well. Your work is, as usual, outstanding and so dear.
xo Lidy

Cookie said...


off to grab my oxygen tank - x0

Christine LeFever said...

Very lovely! But, on TEA your stacking boxes do not show that there is a wee chair. Is it different than the one pictured here?


Sandra Evertson said...

This painting is simply GORGEOUS!
Sandra Evertson

Suzanne said...

Thank you ladies. I know all the artists on TEA appreciate the kind support and encouragement. Jane Ann was so much fun to paint. Somehow painting on a larger canvas was less confining and more freeing...Lol! that sounds really "artsy"! (so not me!)

Christine, you are right. I have two different pics of the stacking boxes. On TEA's webpage they are hanging on the wall, and the pic on my blog shows them sitting on a little shelf my husband made for our home awhile ago.

Thanks again everyone for the kind comments!

Miss.Maddie's said...

Your little lass is wonderful,the soft shades of color does much to warm the heart.
I shall take a tour of TEA.
xo Susan

Briar Rabbit Primitives said...

Oh My Goodness Suzanne! Your Talent is just Amazing! I simply cannot choose a favorite painting...they are All Magnificent. Thanks for the kind comment you left on my blog & for the add as well. Hugs, Starla :)