Sold Three Small Pieces at Donn’s Depot Christmas Bazaar 2019! ❤️

Donn’s Depot 6th Annual Christmas Bazaar 2019 Austin Texas Sheila making tags
Donn’s Depot 6th Annual Christmas Bazaar 2019 Austin Texas Sheila making tags
Donn’s Depot 6th Annual Christmas Bazaar 2019 Austin Texas - Toasting My Sales with Clear Sparkling Water 😊
Donn’s Depot 6th Annual Christmas Bazaar 2019 Austin Texas – Toasting My Sales with Clear Sparkling Water 😊

I wasn’t asking much, I had them on sale, and one never knows – but, I did sell the three originals Sheila and I took to Donn’s Depot Christmas Bazaar 2019!

Would’ve raised a toast w/a glass of wine, but alcohol is still not my friend since my surgeries, lol! Had a light beer ‘bout a month ago, tasted great! But paid for it with bloated yuk feeling for over a day. Yeah, water tastes just fine 😊

One was an 8×8 gallery warp modern semi-abstract I featured on a blog post about varnishing – https://felipeadanlerma.com/2019/11/19/my-yesterday-in-pictures-for-nov-18-2019-😊/ . I remember mentioning I was having trouble getting a good photo of it even with a second varnish, but it really did bring out the colors I’d remembered liking about it so much when I first painted it!

Untitled Moon Painting Varnish 2 Nov 18’19 ©Felipe Adan Lerma
Untitled Moon Painting Varnish 2 Nov 18’19 ©Felipe Adan Lerma

The second, Angel, is also an 8×8 gallery wrap and is the only one I’d posted on Fine Art America.

Angel was my most viewed image on Fine Art America the 1st week of November this year 😊

Both were painted earlier this year before the summer surgeries, and both, I’d felt, were very promising, carrying contrasts and textures and colors and an overall feel I really liked. I’m very grateful they’ve both found a new home 💕

The third painting, Rowing on Lady Bird Lake (formerly Town Lake) is a 9×12 created in 2003 in a soft impressionist style I still try to capture some of in my current work. It does show up in a blog post early June when I had high hopes of unpacking all my older art. It hadn’t been stored like some of my other work but rather was just packed for the move. We’d enjoyed having it hanging at home for a long time, but it was time to let it go 😊

The tree painting to its left, Hackberries, is now hanging at the gallery in the Old Bakery & Emporium 😊

All in all, I’m very grateful to my buyer at Donn’s Depot Sunday at the Christmas Bazaar, and I’m very grateful to our youngest girl and her friends who helped make it happen for Sheila and myself to be there ❤️

Take care everyone! Be creative, have fun!
Adan

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Thanks again, everyone! 😊

Adan

Artist self portrait - photo of Felipe Adan Lerma on converted railway track bike ferry for the Island Line Trail connecting mainland Vermont to South Hero on Lake Champlain.

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