Spring and Summer Art Prints
I have a beautiful assortment of spring and summer art prints. Every painting that I do has a story.
I hope you will take time to read about each one.
Click on each image for the details including price, size and story.
When you choose your perfect spring and summer art prints, don’t forget that we do beautiful framing.
It will save you so much time running around. You will be able to hang your artwork as soon as it arrives!
About My Spring and Summer Art Prints
During the fall season and early winter, I start thinking of and painting spring and summer scenes. Since I’ve been confined to a wheelchair, it’s a way for me to escape the cave. Yes, literally a cave. For over twenty years, I did all of my painting at my studio and gallery that is located here on our farm. Then, after the illness that put me in a wheelchair, my husband, Felix or as I call him “Big Daddy,” cleaned out and spruced up a storage room in our home and made me a new place to work. Since there are no windows in the room we call it “The Cave.”
“Spring Bouquet” was the first spring painting that I had prints reproduced from. The painting features the back yard of a woman, Lola Gray, who was a dear friend of my Mother. Lola had been growing Day lilies for so many years that that her hobby and love of lilies had turned into a business. The main focal point of the painting is an old 1950’s style yard chair with a pair of gardening gloves on the seat and a bouquet of fresh flowers laying on the ground on a piece of newspaper. The garden shed to the right with roses growing up the wall was once a milking parlor. You see their place was originally a dairy farm which was a pleasant surprise to me. Since, as most of you know, our farm was a dairy until the mid 1990’s. Felix retired from the dairy business when our youngest kid went off to college. Our children pick at him saying “He had to quit when his slave labor left the farm.” Since then at different times all three of our children have said that they were glad to have grown up on our working farm. It’s kinda funny though. Our daughter was the best of the three when it came to working on the farm. Like her father she especially loved working with the animals.
The first summer painting that I had prints made from was called “A Coastal Breeze.” The house in the painting was on Pawleys Island, South Carolina and had reminded me so much of the house my family used to stay at for one week every summer for several years. Mother’s parents would rent the house. Mother, my sister, Jean, and I along with two of Mother’s sisters and their families would all join my grandparents and go to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina for a week. That house was full of love and so much fun!
I have many more spring and summer art prints available all of real places that have their own story. I hope you will take time to check each one out and read their stories. You just might just find something you can’t live without!