April 20, 2020
By Chelsea Reed
Spring is such a gorgeous season. It’s heralded for new life and beginnings. Spring is the time of year when people and nature come together to celebrate. And there’s plenty to celebrate about - warm sunshine, longer days, and fresh air for everyone. So pull down your windows and dig into the garden. Let’s enjoy these beautiful art pieces inspired by spring.
The title to this miniature art says it all - purple iris flowers herald the news in gorgeous bold color. It’s a stunning oil painting in a golden frame that’s perfect for a home office or study room. They’re nature’s finest sentries in floral glory.
Soft comforting clematis petals greet the viewer in this elegant watercolor painting. Their cheery warm outlook complements the cool tones in the foliage. You can almost detect their delightful scent through the artwork!
Meanwhile, spring has sprung in a lesser-known part of North Carolina’s Outer Banks... the Nags Head Woods Ecological Preserve. Walking through this beautiful and mysterious forest is a favorite locals’ pastime. This oil painting is a great example of capturing a unique side of the colorful season.
Eckert’s oil painting captures the magic of solitary walks outdoors. The springtime pathways graced with colors provide a sense of much-needed respite. It’s also a miniature painting, which is an ideal size for tranquil viewing anywhere in the home.
Friendly butterflies and sweet-smelling blooms… What could be finer? This poster-child oil painting of spring is an ideal decorative piece for a lift of color. The butterfly is a comforting message that there is always something new to look forward to in life.
Are you thinking of a loved one today? Brighten their day with the gift of art. Painted florals are stunning, and you don’t have to worry about pollen allergies! Each time they look at it, they will think of you. Put a smile on someone’s face this spring with Seaside Art Gallery’s expansive art selection.
December 03, 2020
While Bonnie Latham was painting art to get ready for The Wonderful World of Wildlife event that is going on right now at Seaside Art Gallery, we found her in her studio and asked her a few questions about her career as an artist.
Here’s a look at a fun one-to-one chat with Bonnie.
November 30, 2020
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