Thursday, March 25, 2010

ITALY VINEYARD, TUSCANY GRAPES WALL ART DECOR


                     
                I painted two pieces of wood inspired by old stucco walls  
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TUSCANY WALL DECOR

The portrait I painted years ago when I first started using acrylics. The green wine bottle was given to me by my husbands mother Kathryn


  
I painted the mural a long time ago I did not get a good picture. I used plaster very thick over paneling and left window smooth and painted shutters on the sides, I carved (My Love My Passion) in Italian on the wall. 





14 comments:

Nicola said...

WOW!!!!!! These are beautiful, I love those purple grapes and the way you have painted the cracks to make the pictures look old, such beautiful detail in all of them too, your work is so very inspiring!!

marcus j.borg said...

nice post thanks for sharing..


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C'est Moi, Julie Marie said...

Hello Jonny, all of your paintings are so beautiful... I especially love your mural... I would so love to have a window with a view like that to look out at each morning! xoxo Julie Marie

Christel Hutson said...

Dear Jonny, such beautiful work! It makes me almost feel the Tuscan sun, and smell the warm breeze. I love all of these. Christel

Jay Diamond said...

What beautiful work.You inspire us all !

Mari said...

OHHH MY GOOSH.....THESE ARE BEAUTIFUL, I JUST LOVE YOUR WORK, JUST STUNNING THANKS SO MUCH FOR SHARING THEM WITH US, WHAT A PLEASURE THEY ARE TO LOOK AT :p

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

WOW, Jony...you just visited me and I am honored that you would come by! Hehehe! Here I am with my little cut-outs and look at your work...sheesh! Well, we all make the world go 'round with our diverse talents, and you are amazing! How did you find me? Thank you for coming by for some ENTERTAINMENT!

Blessings, Anita

Country Wings in Phoenix said...

Hi Jonny Sweetie...
Oh I am so tickled that you popped over to visit. I love new visitors and the company from all over is so wonderful. You can travel all over the world in one day. You visit many homes, museums (such as your beautiful home with your paintings), oh we have the world at our fingertips.

I have scrolled back to look at your beautiful artwork. Sweetie it is magnificent. I love your angels, and your murial is absolutely breathtaking.

I see that you know sweet Penny. She is so precious and I am still trying to get one of those little mice for my home. I missed the last one by $1.00. I just sat down and cried.

How very beautiful is the wine bottle from your MIL. I love the shape and the color, and I bet you have fun moving it about and setting it in new places.

Please stop back by and visit again soon. I am your newest follower as I want to keep up with your beautiful shares. I would be so honored if you signed up to follow my blog as well.

Country hugs sweetie and much love, Sherry

Anna Rosa Designs said...

Hi Jonny,
Wow, you've really captured the Italiano feeling here.
Well done and thanks for sharing.
Hugs,
Anna

Gaby Bee said...

Wow, your paintings are amazing! Love them all, but especially the "Easter Bunny".
Greetings from Germany
Gaby

The Victorian Parlor said...

Stunning!!! Your art is so amazing-thanks for sharing it:).

Blessings,

Kim

The Victorian Parlor said...

Stunning!!! Your art is so amazing-thanks for sharing it:).

Blessings,

Kim

Angelsdoor * Penny said...

Hi Jonny

I really thought that I had left a comment before.. I just had to re- visit your beautiful mural and paintings.. I love that you carved my love my passion on the wall.
You inspire me daily to carry on.
You are truly a master at your work!
Happy Easter Jonny,
Blessings,
Penny

Monica@The White Bench said...

Your painting is so inspiring, Jonny! Love, absolutely LOVE the mural!
Thanks for visiting me too.
Monica.