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Category Archives: Art
If you follow my work, you will have noticed a thread of family characters in Montana from earlier times in the 20th century. This one was inspired by a cousin named Bill. Are you reminded of “A River Runs Through … Continue reading
UPDATE: This painting sold on 4/24/13. This ACEO size watercolor is an original painting in my series of many portraits of Mr. Darcy from Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. It is in my Etsy shop at this link.
My empathy for Boston expressed today.
This is the most recent ACEO sized watercolor in my series of Jane Austen character portraits. Each reader of Pride and Prejudice has her own imagined image of Mr. Darcy. Our ideas of Darcy are now influenced by the film … Continue reading
Reblogged from ILLUSTRATION AGE: Read more… 149 more words Don’t miss these wonderful source books, now in the public domain and available as digital downloads.
Acrylic on canvas… music has always been important in my family. This is one of my uncles. The sandstone rimrock formations can offer echoing acoustics.
Watercolor from my nature series is available on items at Society6.
Recently added to my Etsy shop, consider a gift of a custom portrait of a family home or farm or painting based on old family photographs if you have an upcoming anniversary or reunion. See the listing information at this … Continue reading
If you live in a part of the world that has long winters, like I do, the longer days and melting snow have you yearning to see tulips and daffodils. This is a scene I imagined and painted in watercolor. … Continue reading
Available on a shirt at skreened.com/aliceflynn
From the archives of my portfolio, here is a pen and ink illustration of an elk. It is available on garments at skreened.com/aliceflynn.
BBC News – Van Dyck painting ‘found online’.
I missed the deadline, but this is what I digitally put together as a proposal for wrapping a utility box in my hometown, Bozeman, Montana. I think adding art to the boxes is great!
This is a vintage illustration I have adapted to portray Mr. Darcy from Jane Austen’s “Pride and Prejudice”. It includes the quote from Captain Wentworth in “Persuasion”, “You pierce my soul. I am half agony, half hope.” and from Darcy, … Continue reading
I posted last year about creating illustrations for the souvenir tourist industry. In 2011 I did a snow globe design for one of my Rocky Mountain clients in Colorado that included a moose, an elk, aspen grove, river and mountain. … Continue reading
Lost Leonardo Da Vinci Painting Worth £100 Million May Have Been Found In A Scottish Farmhouse (PHOTO)
It will be interesting to see if this turns out to be genuine. Lost Leonardo Da Vinci Painting Worth £100 Million May Have Been Found In A Scottish Farmhouse (PHOTO).
English Historical Fiction Authors: “Emma” Illustrated and Other News. From 1896 newspaper reports, this blog article tells the tale of Hugh Thomson’s illustration of Jane Austen’s “Emma”.
Jane Austen’s ring expected to sell for $46,000 at auction – The Look.