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Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Just a Note #3: Kevin MacPherson

 Artist:   Nita Leger Casey

This is installment #3 of Oregon Gifts of Comfort and Joy's weekly art feature.  My MIL gave me a bunch of greeting cards, and I decided to scan them, add a frame then and link them up to the artists websites.  Hope that they bring you a bit of joy today!

This week's featured artist is Kevin MacPherson.
The card below came in a gift set from a Veterans of Foreign Wars fundraiser:

The following were sent out from C.O.P.S. - Concerns of Police Survivors:

"Red Poppies in Flower Garden"

"Rose Garden"

"Rose Garden"

"Wild Red Poppies"

I am linking this post to Pamela Kuhn's "A Sheltering Tree" weekly blog hop, Share the Shelter.   When you are all through here at Oregon Gifts, hop on over to see some lovely and inspirational posts.

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nutschell said...

what beautiful paintings!!! makes me happy just looking at them. :)

Lisa Ricard Claro said...

These are beautiful! The colors are so vibrant. Now I have to go Google the artist. :)

Little Nell said...

The poppy ones are lovely Kathy. I have a fondness for them since visiting the Flanders battlefield sites.

Linda Reeder said...

I get sets of cards like this all of the time, along with requests for contributions. I never thought to check on the artists who created them!

Kathy A. Johnson said...

Those are really lovely. I like the softness of the flowers in the paintings. This is such a nice series of posts.

Hart Johnson said...

Love the post cards. I think that's a great way to spread your work, too, when paintings are expensive and so spread so slowly.

Haddock said...

What a lovely colour combination - the one on the chair.

MAG DURU said...

lovely post and paintings! thank GOD for his grace at all points of our lives...remain blessed!

Tammy said...

Lovelovelove those impressionists, and thanks for sharing the beauty!

Pamela said...

Just looking at this art fuels my creativity. It makes me want to get out a "mess" and create something.

No Copying!


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