Thursday, September 24, 2020

Painted by Cheri Wollenberg

I was traveling to the studio this morning.  It is only three miles from me so I don't get too much viewing of the "townscape"between home and there, but this morning within a couple of blocks from my destination I noticed that the leaves on the maple trees that line the streets are beginning to turn red!!  Gee, no one told me it would be overnight that the color would be there!!  Amazing how much joy color can bring.  I love it!  It first reminds me of growing up which is a story for another time! We haven't even had a freeze yet, and my husband is mowing the lawn almost every other day!!  What can I say?  It just sneaked up on me (LOL).  I listed this painting yesterday in my Etsy shop.  If you are from Shawnee or the surrounding area and are interested in taking a look at it, it resides in my studio window downtown!  Thanks for taking a look.  I loved painting this little still life too.


 

Monday, September 21, 2020

Small 12x16 Hay Bale Landscape Painting by Cheri Wollenberg


I love to paint!  Hay bales are my subject in this particular painting.  At my Inspire Studio And Art Gallery downtown Shawnee, Oklahoma I tell folks when they come in that I am inspired by different subject matter, but I always go back to subject matter that I loved as I was growing up.  I married a farmer and my life was full for so many years raising cattle, sowing crops, harvest time, and raising children.  Those years were so good.   I reflect on them a lot.  This field of round hay bales were about a mile from our home a few years ago.  I loved the distant hills in the background, the sky, with trees and hay bales in the foreground.  We have a beautiful earth!  Click the links for more information.

 

Friday, September 4, 2020

Pumpkins From The Pumpkin Patch - Painting by Cheri Wollenberg

Pumpkin Patch Pumpkins
12x12 Oil On Artist Canvas Board
by Artist:  Cheri Wollenberg
Creating autumn paintings give me a great deal of pleasure. I love painting the colors, the shapes, beautiful leaves, harvest themes and weather that autumn brings. This painting features some pumpkins painted from a pumpkin patch using some saved images I have had from previous photo references.   Thought I'd practice before the beautiful gourds and pumpkins make it to the markets this fall. I can't wait to do some more.  You can check this painting out by clicking pumpkins!

Tuesday, September 1, 2020

Thankful For New Mexico by Artist Cheri Wollenberg

16x20 Original Oil On Canvas Painting
by Cheri Wollenberg - Artist

This painting is one that I began several years ago after I had become so inspired during a trip to New Mexico.  I love their grand state, and it truly is a land of enchantment.  I also love my own state of Oklahoma.  It has it's own brand of beauty that is enduring to me.  I'm thankful that I'm here with my family.  During this unpredictable and discouraging season of COVID 19 it is good for me to remember some wonderful trips my husband and I have made through the years.   I'm also grateful for digital cameras....nice ones too!  We can record lots of photos on them.  Another time I'll share about the old (yet wonderful) SLR cameras that allowed a limited amount of images on a roll of film.  So much to be thankful for today!  Thank you New Mexico for your friendly people and beautiful land that we can visit and come away enriched with enchanted visions!

 


 

Country Crock With Red Bell Peppers

Country Crock With Red Bell Peppers Still Life On Artists Canvas Board By  Cheri Wollenberg I have a small collection of old crock bowls, pi...