Monday, July 19, 2010

Back in the Saddle

Tis the season for Art shows!

"Big Red"
Acrylic 14 x 11

"Standing Ovation"
Acrylic 30 x 10

"In Crowd"
Acrylic 30 x 10

After taking a bit of a break from the art world, I am climbing back on the horse.
These are a few of my newest creations, and you might notice the more masculine side.
I credit that to my one year old son, who inspires me everyday.
Art Shows that are coming up!

Art Under the Oaks
July 24th - 25th 2010
Alden Laney Nursery, Livermore, Ca

Art in the Park
October 2nd - 3rd 2010
Front Street, Danville, Ca

Hope to see you there!

Thursday, November 13, 2008

New Artwork Additions

You can now see a small showing of my artwork in Berkeley through the end of the month. Held at Ironworks gym, 800 Potter Street, Berkeley, CA.

I have been working for some time on new artwork, and this was an exciting opportunity to show it. Here are some of the newer pieces that I have available now.

"Waiting out the Storm"

Acrylic 40 x 30

" Watercolor Field"

Acrylic Three 8 x 8 Canvases

"Hot Stuff"

Acrylic Three 6 x 6 Canvases

"Summer Field"

Acrylic Three 10 x 30 Canvases

"Abstract Lillie's"

Acrylic 20 x 20

"Ready to Eat"

Acrylic 8 x 10

"Autumn Pears"

Acrylic 8 x 10

"Gone Sailing"

Acrylic 16 x 20

Wednesday, October 1, 2008

ART in the PARK this WEEKEND!

Hello Everyone!

Notice anything familiar on the postcard for this year? Take a look at the bottom right, I was so excited to be featured on the advertising this year!
This weekend is my favorite art show. It will be my 4th year, and I am so excited. If any of you are free to come down please do! They have music, food, and free entertainment for the kids too. Fun for the whole family! And, I would love for you to stop by my booth. 28A Laney Fine ART and THE SILVER LOFT JEWELRY. See you there!

Leisa Waldron

Monday, July 21, 2008

Art Under the Oaks

I was fortunate to participate in Art Under the Oaks show this year in Livermore. It was so beautiful, and I met so many other amazing artists. I also saw some friends from another show I do in Danville each October called Art in the Park! I really enjoyed myself and the show went so good.

Here was the set up:

I had quite a bit of original art this year, and a lot of smaller pieces. I had no idea that they would be so successful and it was so much fun to see someone find just what they were looking for and purchase it from ME! I felt honored to have my artwork placed in so many homes.

Abstract Poppies
20 x 20

Artichoke Trio

three 8 x 8 canvases

City Scene (San Fransisco)
Three 6 x 6 canvases
Textured Poppies
Two 12 x 12 canvases
Three 8 x 8 canvases
The lady who bought this piece was so nice to come back the next day with a picture on her phone of where she hung her artwork. Thank you!These originals went to a friend of Josh's. It is always so much fun to know where something is going, and that it will be loved by someone I know!
Winter Berries
Three 8 x 8 canvases

Landscape Puzzle

Four 6 x 6 canvases


Thank you to all who came to support me and the event. Thank you especially to those of you who were able to take home a piece of art from me or any of the other talented artists. Please leave a comment if you come across my blog, and let me know how your artwork looks in your home. I will definately be back next year!

Friday, June 13, 2008

Cheers to Trio's

These are two more finished pieces inspired by my Trio theme. The thing I love about trio's is that it almost moves my artwork into that photography category where you see several different shots of the same image. Also, you can mix and match the subject or order of things around your house.

"Artichoke Trio"


Three 8 x 8 canvases

"Winter Berries Trio"


Three 8 x 8 canvases

Puzzle Pieces

I have always loved the look of Diptych paintings. I even went through a phase where it was all that I painted. Inspired by that idea, I have moved into a puzzle phase. Tiny little paintings pieced together to form one image. This adds so much more variety to your artwork. It also allows the owner of the artwork to change the order of the canvases however they would like. This can easily create a more contemporary and modern feel, even if the subject is quite traditional.
"Landscape Puzzle"
Four 6 x 6 canvases forming one image

Four 6 x 6 canvases forming one image

"Citrus Morning"
Four 6 x 6 canvases forming one image

Thursday, May 22, 2008

City Scene

These three tiny paintings were inspired of the San Francisco Area. Two images of the Golden Gate bridge and one of Coit Tower. Because both have so much History to them I wanted an aged look. They started out Black and White and very modern. Just adding some rustic detail and vintage tones brought more depth and meaning to these tiny city treasures.

Title: "San Francisco Trio"
Set of three 6 x 6 canvases
Subject: Golden Gate Bridge, Coit Tower, San Francisco