New Paintings by Carole O’Neill

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Good morning everyone. I have been meaning to tell you about the new paintings in my American Artisan Store, health done by artist Carole O’Neill. This is one of my favorites. This sweet little girl and her dog, is done in pastels, and is framed in an old frame, with wonderful old glass. Did you know that pastels were popular during the early 18th century?

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If you would like to see more, be sure and visit my store, for more of her paintings, and descriptions of these one of a kind paintings.

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This little girl is also done in pastels. The frame is hand grained by Carole, and, it too, has old glass. Love it!

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Also, be sure to check out the little bio I have provided for you, about this wonderful folk artist and friend.

Happy day.
Carole

6 Responses to “New Paintings by Carole O’Neill”

  1. Donna Says:

    These are Very sweet! She has a Lot of talent!!hughugs

  2. Jackie Says:

    Good Morning! I haven’t paid a visit to your blog in quite a while and did I ever enjoy catching up! From lovely walks to exploding eggs you lead an interesting life…a very enjoyable read. This time I’m adding a link from my blog so I can drop by again.
    Lovely paintings.
    Jackie at The Red Door

  3. Doreen Frost Says:

    Good Morning Carole. Wow! What stunning paintings and the frames are gorgeous. Thanks for sharing.

    Have a wonderful day,
    Take care,
    Doreen

  4. Lisa Says:

    Thank you for such an interesting post. I had no idea pastels were popular back then. I love the last picture of the little girl in pastels, the frame is really awesome too!!

  5. Pear Tree Primitives Says:

    What a very talented friend you have! Her paintings are wonderful.

    Suzanne

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