Showing posts with label Oil on Canvas. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Oil on Canvas. Show all posts

Monday, November 7, 2011

PLACE NAME canvas & easels

Thanksgiving place name
So, how cute is this??? These are the most versatile and not to mention darling little paintings! I paint anything that might match your decor, crockery or season.

Love these miniature topiaries, go with A N Y T H I N G! 

And just for fun, I make these very cute, very eco, both great centre piece and conversation piece!

This little chalkboard comes with a quaint ribbon to add extra flair to your special table. All of these can be bought from my shop

Until next week,

Much love,

x x x

c e c i l i a

Friday, August 26, 2011

Burlap Setting

Oil on Canvas ~ SOLD

There is something calming about a simple setting and even better on lovely French burlap. Homely and warm, memories of the south of France! 

A close up of the above painting, just to show how none of brush strokes seem to make sense from close up, yet it all works together from a distance!

Monday, August 15, 2011

Delft in Provence

Oil on Canvas ~ SOLD
Love delft, always sets a few lemons or any other yellow fruit off so beautifully....

Thursday, August 11, 2011

JUST GINNS COFFEE SHOP, Sandton, South Africa

Three of my paintings hanging in the most quaint coffee shop ever. I am so blessed that such a beautiful restaurant would want my art work to adorn it's walls! In the heart of Sandton, an upscale area of Johannesburg, South Africa, is this brand new coffee shop, only a stone's throw from where I was born! 

Wednesday, June 29, 2011


This is a second painting in a series of Sita on the red chaise, I love the classic composition and colours.


This is a highly decorative piece where one topiary is simply not enough! Needless to say I am crazy about topiaries and cannot live without them. I am always in the market for a topiary! I have in various shapes, sizes and locations both fake and real.

Sunday, June 19, 2011

NEDERBURG pinotage

My mother came to visit me a year ago and brought with her a bottle of Nederburg Pinotage, a red wine grape that is a South African signature variety. And the only way I know to really celebrate anything good, well…is to paint it! Thanks to my brother Frans, for sending it to me,  hope the painting reflects the wine as good as it tastes!