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Barns after Blizzard

by dfavrette , January 12, 2014—12:00 AM

Topics: Blizzard, Red Barns

Oil on Canvas 6"_ 6"x1" gallery wrapped. Red barns peek thru 26" of snow. Gallery wrapped. Scene is painted on sides, bottom and top of canvas I had to pick up my Grand daughter after a blizzard. Schools were shut for a week! I drove down the one lane, dirt road to pick her up. This beautiful scene was my reward! I jumped out of my car, grabbed my I-Phone and snapped away… Continue reading… 0 comments

EARLY SPRING

by dfavrette , January 12, 2014—12:00 AM

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Indian River Marina in Clinton, CT in early spring. Quiet marina is waiting for warm weather to spring to life. Silver frame finished painting is 20.5" _ 16.5" Sorry! This one is sold… Continue reading… 0 comments

Simply Pearls Opening

by dfavrette , May 3, 2012—12:00 AM

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Exhibit Opening at Simply Pearls Gallery, Westbrook, CT Paintings by Donna D Favreau and Anne Pierson, Clinton Art Society Artists, will be on display at Simply Pearls at the shops at Waters Edge, 1587 Boston Post Road, Westbrook, CT. Opening reception is tonight, May 3rd from 6-8 pm. Exhibit will run from May 3rd -June 30th. Donna's paintings will then move to the lobby of Waters Edge Resort at same address for month of August. Simplypearlz@aol… Continue reading… 0 comments

Cider

by dfavrette , February 2, 2012—12:00 AM

Topics: Cider, Labradoodle, fence

Our friend's dog, Cider, was peeking under a fence trying to get our attention. She brought her stuffed moose with her to up the cuteness factor. Although it didn't get her admission into our picnic, it did get her a candid portrait in Pastels which her owners did snap up. Cider is a Labradoodle with a riot of curly hair… Continue reading… 0 comments

Sunflowers Up

by dfavrette , February 2, 2012—12:00 AM

Topics: sunflowers

A $5 bunch of Sunflowers on a bleak winter day, inspired this sequence of bright sunflower paintings… Continue reading… 0 comments