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Lentil Loaf Recipe

vegan meatless loaf

Do you want to eat healthy, with delicious flavor, while being cruelty free?

Here is my very favorite recipe. One that I have been using for many years and it has become a family favorite.


  • 250 g of lentils
  • 1/2 cup dry red wine (I have experimented with Bourbon for a variation and also works great!)
  • 1 onion
  • 2 garlic cloves
  • 1 teaspoon rosemary
  • 1/2 cup of soy sauce
  • Salt to taste
  • 1/2 teaspoon freshly ground chili (or creole seasoning)
  • 1/4 cup chopped green onions and parsley
  • 1 cup of finely flaked oats (you can process rolled oats)
  • 1 tablespoon olive oil
  • 100 g fresh Paris mushrooms
  • 50 g shiitake mushrooms (I often use just one pack of sliced white mushrooms from Trader Joes instead of Paris + shiitake)


Soak lentils in wine with 1 cup of hot water. Add the onion sliced in 4, the peeled garlic cloves, bay leaves, and rosemary. Let it soak for about 1 hour.

Cook until liquid is fully absorbed and the lentils are tender. If necessary, add more water. Process the cooked lentils with the spices, add the soy sauce, salt, pepper, and green onions and parsley to obtain a uniform mass. Transfer to a bowl, combine the oats and set aside.

Sauté the mushrooms in the olive oil for 5 minutes, remove from the heat, chop and add to the lentil.

Pour the batter into an oiled English cake pan and bake in a preheated oven (390ºF) for 50 minutes.

Serve it with marinara sauce.

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Artsy Face Shields, Your Fashionable Headwear/Mask

peacock face shield mask

Well my friends, as I was looking into a new mask supplier and I came across this fabric face shield (sport sleeves) manufacturer, so I decided to create some designs.

My husband uses one of these instead of a traditional mask. They are produced in Vegas, and people use them to protect themselves from dust, pollen, and sun.

They are not designed for COVID-19, but you can wear them to prevent you from spreading a virus. They are comparable to simple fabric masks as they don’t have a filter.

So, if you are using a simple mask, this can be a good substitute that is versatile and can be used in the future for many other purposes.

I have ordered my first batch, and I am super excited to get them! I expect them to arrive in a couple of weeks.

If you want to get yours soon, I can place a direct order from my manufacturer and shipped directly to you. Production time is 5-10 business days.

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The Puzzles Are BACK!

Rainbow Row at Night Puzzle

Well, I had enough of waiting for my on-demand supplier to get back on business therefore I decided to make a bold move and bulk order some puzzles so I can offer them again. I started with the Rainbow Row at Night Puzzle and considering the response has been excellent, I am placing an order for some other images.

My first order arrived yesterday and of course I had to keep one to myself. I love puzzles!

Rainbow Row at Night Puzzle Piece

The quality of the puzzle is great and I will say this: it was a challenge!

In my family, everyone knows I am really good at puzzles. My sister makes fun of me because I pick up a piece, look at the image in the box and I just know where it goes. However, even though this is based on my own artwork, I found it really hard! The sky my friends…. it sure kept me busy for a couple of hours.

The first available size comes in 260 pieces – 25 x 34 cm (9.9″ x 13.4″) and cost $32.2 each.

Rainbow Row at Night Puzzle Finished

A small order for some with 1000 pieces – 48 x 68 cm (18.9″ x 26.8″) has just arrived! Of course I had to keep one and work on it. What a challenge!!!

Rainbow Row Puzzle 1000

This are the currently available puzzles:

They are going fast! Save yours by ordering now.

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Charleston Style & Design Giveaway

Rainbow Row at Night Painting

I have partnered up with Charleston Style and Design for a special Charleston Giveaway. We got some very cool comments and it was a tough decision to pick a winner.

CONGRATULATIONS Amy Parrett for winning the print with this comment:

I want to win this because I love the South – in particular the lowcountry areas. My heart belongs there – I live in Ohio. This beautiful art would make me feel like I am there always <3 The print is alive – I can smell the ocean, and feel the warm breeze, a balmy southern night under the moon.

You can view the post and comments on the link below. And if you were not the winner but would like to buy a print, you can get it here.

GIVEAWAY Time from local talent Fernanda Ornellas Caggiano Rainbow Row at Night – 15”x9” Signed Unframed Paper Print…

Posted by Charleston Style & Design Magazine on Sunday, June 14, 2020

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Free Downloadable Zoom Backgrounds

Yes, once again I am bringing you a new free treat. This time, now that Zoom meetings are the new norm, I am animating my paintings so you can use them as virtual background for your Zoom meetings.

Same as the coloring pages. You must add to cart and proceed to check-out. It is FREE but you must “buy” it at zero cost. This is how I can make it available for download.

Enjoy my friends! And whenever someone comments on your awesome virtual backgrounds, please mention my website.

If you would like to support me, feel free to Paypal

or you can Venmo @fercaggiano Any amount is truly welcome!

If you don’t know how to change your virtual background, here is a quick tutorial:

Go to the “Stop Video” button and click on the arrow. Select “Choose Virtual Background…”

Then you click on the + icon and select to “Add Video”. Select the file to upload and choose it to display as your new awesome background.

You are welcome! Enjoy.

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American Bald Eagle Wings Scarves and Shawls

American Eagle Wings Shawl

Who doesn’t want wings? I certainly do. If you are anyway like me, this beautiful scarves for sale are for you.

I have been working with the Modal fabric and I am in love with it. The softness and lightweight make the scarves a perfect accessory. You can use it over a casual outfit or dress up over a fancy dress.

The American Bald Eagle Wings scarves and shawls arrived on Memorial Day and for those who missed the occasion, there is 4th of July coming up. Now you can buy your eagle with American flag scarf!

Get the scarves for sale online here:

Eagle Symbolism

The American Bald Eagle symbolism is power, wisdom, and freedom.

American Eagle Wings Shawl

Some additional symbolic meanings for the Eagle totem are:

  • Intuition
  • Vision
  • Resilience
  • Healing
  • Creativity
  • Strength
  • Courage
  • Hope
  • Sexual Power

Symbolism and Power

“You don’t know what you can accomplish until you truly push yourself. With the Eagle power animal as a guide, you are able to find the confidence and strength to reach heights you never thought possible. The Eagle is a herald of new beginnings. So, seize the day!”

The eagle is considered a man’s connection to the divine because it flies higher than any other bird.

The eagle bird can also represent renewal and new opportunities because it is associated with the east winds, according to Native Americans. The east winds bring Spring and the birth of new life.

American Eagle Wings Shawl

As the sun rises in the east, it’s morning light spreads over the earth. It is the beginning of a new day, and therefore it symbolizes new beginnings. The long life of the American bald eagle can be associated with its meaning of resilience to endure the difficulties.

The eagle is symbolic of the importance of honesty and truthful principles, and it can be related to the fact that this bird mates for life.

Eagles, as a species, mate for life. The power animal totem is a teacher who offers lessons about relationships and valuing what is important. The eagles’ loyalty to one another is the epitome of commitment. The eagle demonstrates what it means to rise above, make choices carefully and wisely, and how to stick it out in good times and bad. Look to the Eagle spirit animal for inspiration and guidance when it comes to love, loyalty, and sacrifice.”

People with the spirit animal of an eagle are seen as visionaries. They are willing to push the limits of self-discovery and personal freedom. These beings are born leaders, most likely to become impatient with those who cannot fly as high or as fast.

American Eagle Wings Shawl

The Rebirth of the Eagle

Although the story bellow is a tale, I cry every time I read it. I find it very motivational and I think it truly speaks about the eagle symbolism. I hope you also find it inspiring.

“The eagle has the longest lifespan among birds. It can live up to 70 years. But to reach this age, the eagle must make a hard decision.

In its 40’s, its long and flexible talons can no longer grab prey which serves as food. Its long and sharp beak becomes bent. Its old-aged and heavy wings, due to their thick feathers, become stuck to its chest and make it difficult to fly.

Then the eagle is left with only two options: die or go through a painful process of change which lasts 150 days. The process requires that the eagle fly to a mountaintop and sit on its nest. There the eagle knocks its beak against a rock until it plucks it out. Afterward, the eagle will wait for a new beak to grow back, and then it will pluck out its talons. When its new talons grow back, the eagle starts plucking its old-aged feathers out. And after five months, the eagle takes its famous flight of rebirth and lives for 30 more years.

We sometimes need to get rid of old memories, habits and other past traditions. Only freed from past burdens, can we take advantage of the present.”

Motivational Speech Presentation, May 2007. Author unknown

Biological Characteristics of the Eagle:

An adult eagle’s body length ranges from 70 to 102 cm (28 to 40 in), with a wingspan of 1.8 to 2.3 m (5.9 to 7.5 ft) and a mass of 3 to 6 kg (6.6 to 13.9 lb). It can be challenging to identify a distant bald eagle in flight, but there is an easy way to tell an eagle from a vulture or hawk.

  • Size‎: ‎28-40 inches body; wingspan 5.9-7.5 feet
  • Diet‎: ‎Carnivorous
  • Weight‎: ‎6.6 to 13.9 pounds
  • Habitat‎: ‎North America

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Charleston Daily Giveaway

Rainbow Row at Night Painting

I have partnered up with Charleston Daily for a special Charleston Giveaway and I am thrilled to have gotten such an amazing response. The comments are fantastic and it was a real tough decision to pick a winner.

CONGRATULATIONS ambermankins for winning the print with this comment:

My husband is in the Navy and we are about to PCS to the PNW. We have lived here in Charleston once before and decided that it will hopefully be our “forever location” once he retires. There is something so special about this city that is unexplainable. I’d love to hang this in our home to be able to look at it and remember all of the amazing memories of living here. We got engaged in Charleston, bought our first home, and had our first baby here. We like to say “all roads lead back to Charleston” ❤️

You can view the post and comments on the link below. And if you were not the winner but would like to buy a print, you can get it here.

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Best Art Quotes Handpicked by Fer

Picasso Quote

Dear friends, I have handpicked my favorite art quotes to share with you. I will keep creating images with the quotes so you can share them on social media. I hope you enjoy it!

“Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up.”

Pablo Picasso

“Have no fear of perfection, you’ll never reach it.”

Salvador Dalí

“Don’t think about making art, just get it done.  Let everyone else decide if it’s good or bad, whether they love it or hate it.  While they are deciding, make even more art.”

Andy Warhol
“I want to make paintings that look as if they were made by a child.” – Jean-Michel Basquiat

“I want to make paintings that look as if they were made by a child.”

Jean-Michel Basquiat

Who doesn’t love Bob Ross? 🥰

“We don’t make mistakes, just happy little accidents.”

Bob Ross

“If you hear a voice within you say ‘you cannot paint,’ then by all means paint, and that voice will be silenced.”

Vincent van Gogh

“The principles of true art is not to portray, but to evoke.”

Jerzy Kosinski

“Great art picks up where nature ends.”

Marc Chagall

“The richness I achieve comes from nature, the source of my inspiration.”

Claude Monet

So, so so true! This quote by Hopper deserves a highlight!

“If I could say it in words there would be no reason to paint.”

Edward Hopper
"Art is the set of wings to carry you out of your own entanglement."
Joseph Campbell

I adore Joseph Campbell. I have learnt so much from his books and interviews. Did you know he helped George Lucas make Star Wars?

“Art is the set of wings to carry you out of your own entanglement.”

Joseph CampbellA Joseph Campbell Companion: Reflections on the Art of Living

“Before I start carving the idea must be almost complete. I say ‘almost’ because the really important thing seems to be the sculptor’s ability to let his intuition guide him over the gap between conception and realization without compromising the integrity of the original idea.”

Barbara Hepworth

“Art is a line around your thoughts.”

Gustav Klimt

“No great artist ever sees things as they really are. If he did, he would cease to be an artist.”

Oscar Wilde

“Painting is easy when you don’t know how, but very difficult when you do.”

Edgar Degas
"Before a child talks they sing. Before they write they draw. As soon as they stand they dance. Art is fundamental to human expression."

“Before a child talks they sing. Before they write they draw. As soon as they stand they dance. Art is fundamental to human expression.”

Phylicia Rashad

“There are no rules. That is how art is born, how breakthroughs happen. Go against the rules or ignore the rules. That is what invention is about.”

 Helen Frankenthaler

“To be an artist is to believe in life.”

Henry Moore

“Art evokes the mystery without which the world would not exist.”

René Magritte

“The true use of art is, first, to cultivate the artist’s own spiritual nature.”

George Inness

“I never paint dreams or nightmares. I paint my own reality.”

Frida Kahlo

“If the artist has outer and inner eyes for nature, nature rewards him by giving him inspiration.”

Wassily Kandinsky

“It is not so much where my motivation comes from but rather how it manages to survive.”

Louise Bourgeois

“You don’t take a photograph, you make it.”

Ansel Adams

“The works must be conceived with fire in the soul but executed with clinical coolness.”

Joan Miró

“I shut my eyes in order to see.”

Paul Gauguin

“The main thing is to be moved, to love, to hope, to tremble, to live.”

Auguste Rodin

“The beautiful, which is perhaps inseparable from art, is not after all tied to the subject, but to the pictorial representation. In this way and in no other does art overcome the ugly without avoiding it.”

Paul Klee

“To my mind one does not put oneself in place of the past, one only adds a new link.”

Paul Cézanne

“Whether you succeed or not is irrelevant, there is no such thing.  Making your unknown known is the important thing.”

Georgia O’Keeffe

“Creativity takes courage.”

Henri Matisse

“Every artist was first an amateur.”

Ralph Waldo Emerson

“Inspiration exists, but it has to find you working.” 

Pablo Picasso

“If people knew how hard I worked to get my mastery, it wouldn’t seem so wonderful at all.” 


“The idea of divine inspiration and an aha moment is largely a fantasy. Anything of value comes from hard work and unwavering dedication. If you want to be a good artist you need to look at other artists, make a lot of crappy art, and just keep working.” 

Sydney Pink

I believe EVERY piece of art is self portrait. One cannot make art without putting oneself in it. Sometimes the audience doesn’t notice how personal art is, and I understand Lichtenstein well on the following quote.

“I like to pretend that my art has nothing to do with me.” 

Roy Lichtenstein

“The worst enemy to creativity is self-doubt.” 

Sylvia Plath

“There is no ‘right’ way to make art. The only wrong is in not trying, not doing. Don’t put barriers up that aren’t there — just get to work and make something.” 

Lisa Golightly

“I think some of the biggest bursts of creativity and artistic growth I’ve had are usually preceded by a big creative block.” 

Ashley Goldberg

“You can’t use up creativity. The more you use, the more you have.”

Maya Angelou

I would add to the following quote on my personal experience: my best ideas come to me when I am out for a run. Sometimes when you can’t concentrate, the best option is to be distracted.

“All profound distraction opens certain doors. You have to allow yourself to be distracted when you are unable to concentrate.”

Julio Cortázar

“Routine kills creative thought.”

Scarlett Thomas

“Nothing is original. Steal from anywhere that resonates with inspiration or fuels your imagination. Devour old films, new films, music, books, paintings, photographs, poems, dreams, random conversations, architecture, bridges, street signs, trees, clouds, bodies of water, light, and shadows.” 

Jim Jarmusch

Now, this is a quote I give to my teen students. They hate following rules and Picasso nailed it on this line! I personally am not such a fan of cubism and his style in general (I love his earlier work though) but he broke every possible rule and we own him big for that!

“Learn the rules like a pro, so you can break them like an artist.

Pablo Picasso

“I dream my painting and I paint my dream.”

Vincent Van Gogh

“Painting is just another way of keeping a diary”

Pablo Picasso

“Art is the lie that enables us to realize the truth.” 

Pablo Picasso

“Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life.” 

Pablo Picasso
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Peacock Symbolism And Why You Will Love It!

Peacock Modal Shawl

The peacock is a gorgeous bird, not only for its vibrant colors but also for what it represents. If you like Peacock Art, see my Peacock Painting!

Since a very young age, I have been interested in the spiritual journey, reading all sorts of religious and new-age books. I was convinced I had telepathic abilities, and if there was some sort of ritual, I would certainly be interested in trying. No wonder I ended up being a resident at a meditation school and a Buddhist temple in my twenties.

That was when I first heard of my very favorite meaning of the peacock.

You will find the peacock feather in many religious items, in many different cultures. And why would that be?

Did you know that it is by ingesting poison that the peacock creates the beautiful colors in its feathers?

That is the reason it represents a guru (or teacher), and it has such a spiritual connotation. A spiritual teacher will transform the poison from the student into knowledge and beauty.

Peacock Wearable Art


Commonly referred to symbolize integrity, truth, honor, beauty, and strength this bird is a part of the pheasant family but also has references to

  • Self-Esteem
  • Humor
  • Vision
  • Spiritual Awakening
  • Long Life
  • Confidence
  • Awareness
  • Leadership Skills
  • Enjoying Life
  • Resurrection
  • Being Well Balanced
  • Light-Hearted
  • Self-love

Peacock Decorations

Peacock in Religion and Mythology


The peacock is native to Southeast Asia and countries such as Bangladesh, Pakistan, India, China, and Sri Lanka. Many religions even consider them to be sacred and are considered to be a good sign and omen. Here we take a look at how some beliefs around the world look at this pheasant bird:


When open, a fully flaunted peacocks tail looks like a huge Chinese hand fan. This symbolizes openness and acceptance to Buddhists. One of the references a peacock symbolizes is long life or immortality. This is because the peacock was well known to eat plants that were poisonous in nature and would kill if consumed by humans. Buddhists thought that because of this, peacocks could not only live but do so with ease, even though they were enduring significant suffering. To the Buddhists, the peacock signifies purity, hence why their feathers are often used in purification ceremonies.


In the Hindu religion, there are two well-known figures known as Lord Krishna and Lakshmi. The goddess Lakshmi in Hindu signifies having a compassionate heart, being kind, virtue, patience, and good fortune. Lord Krishna was well known to garnish peacock feathers all around his head and were decorated on his flute. Some even said that the peacocks personally gave their feathers as a gift to Lord Krishna. 


A peacock is the symbol of purity. Christians believed that once someone has passed, their soul rises and goes to heaven. This is why early Christians would spread the feathers of a peacock over the deceased since it symbolized a pure soul that was immune to corruption. The feathers were used as a measure to prevent the decaying of the human body as well. The peacock represents immortality, resurrection, and the spiritual teachings of Jesus Christ and the Christian church.

Greek Mythology

In Greek mythology, the peacock has associated with Hera, the wife of Zeus and the queen of the Ancient Greek gods. Legend has it that Hera transformed her guardian Argus who had a hundred eyes into a peacock. Argus’ feathers were a mark of heaven’s beauty, and its eyes represent the stars in the firmament. This is why, for the people of Greece, the peacock represents heaven, and it’s all mighty all-seeing vision, wisdom, and knowledge.


In certain parts of Asia, there was a mortal known by the name of Quan Yin. The peacock is associated with Quan Yin and her great qualities of charity, compassion, integrity, and good faith towards her fellow man. Quan Yin was very well known because she could become immortal. However, she deflected to stay mortal for the greater good of humanity and to assist with their personal and religious growth.

Peacock Facts

Peacocks are large, colorful pheasants (typically blue and green) known for their iridescent tails.



TYPE: Birds

DIET: Omnivores

GROUP NAME: Muster, ostentation, pride


Just as the peacock was immune to poisonous plants in China, the same is so with snakes in India. Known as the “Snake Slayer” they are thought to be immune to the poison contained in a snake’s venom. It is believed that when a snake is killed and eaten by a peacock, the venom travels into the feathers providing a unique radiance.


Peacocks are ground feeders that eat insects, plants, and small creatures. There are two familiar peacock species. The blue peacock lives in India and Sri Lanka, while the green peacock is found in Java and Myanmar (Burma). A more distinct and little-known species, the Congo peacock, inhabits African rain forests.

Peafowl such as the blue peacock has been admired by humans and kept as pets for thousands of years. Selective breeding has created some unusual color combinations, but wild birds are themselves bursting with vibrant hues. They can be testy and do not mix well with other domestic birds.

Characteristics of a Peacock Bird

Peacocks are actually the males of a species called peafowl, which are native to Asian forests. Peafowl are a type of pheasant and are capable of flight. Female peafowl, called peahens, have brown feathers and shorter tails, which camouflage them and help them fly more easily than males. Peacocks unfold their tail feathers in order to impress females, though most of their displays go ignored.

Peacock Colors

Peacocks are large, colorful pheasants (typically blue and green) known for their iridescent tails. These tail feathers, or coverts, spread out in a distinctive train that is more than 60 percent of the bird’s total body length and boast colorful “eye” markings of blue, gold, red, and other hues.

National Geographic

What Are the Colors in a Peacock’s Feathers?

Unlike most birds, peacocks do not derive their colors purely from pigments, but from a combination of pigments and photonic crystals. This combination causes the feathers to reflect different wavelengths of light depending upon the angle of the light and the spacing of the crystals. The result is the iridescent shades of blue, green, brown and yellow commonly found in a peacock’s train.

Distinctive Tail Feathers

These tail feathers, or coverts, spread out in a distinctive train that is more than 60 percent of the bird’s total body length and boast colorful “eye” markings of blue, gold, red, and other hues. The large train is used in mating rituals and courtship displays. It can be arched into a magnificent fan that reaches across the bird’s back and touches the ground on either side. Females are believed to choose their mates according to the size, color, and quality of these outrageous feather trains.

Types of Peacocks

Peacocks are the male of the species of peafowl, birds known for their showy plumage. There are only three species of peafowl: Indian, Green, and Congo. They are distinguished by their color and size.

Peacock Variations

Through selective breeding and mutations, peacocks exist outside of the normal realm of Indian and green peacock coloring. The white peacock is not an albino, but rather a product of leucism (dimming of skin and feather pigments) and is entirely white from crest to train. Other breeding variations include peacocks that are black, brown, yellow and purple; all are simple variations or mutations from standard green or Indian peacocks.

How To Tell If A Peacock Is Male Or Female

Males vs. Females

The term “peacock” is commonly used to refer to birds of both sexes. Technically, only males are peacocks. Females are peahens, and together, they are called peafowl. So, there is not really a peacock female.

Suitable males may gather harems of several females, each of which will lay three to five eggs. In fact, wild peafowl often roosts in forest trees and gather in groups called parties.

A peacock, like a rooster, is always male. Just as a female chicken is a hen, a female peafowl is a peahen. Peafowl (sppPavo) are part of the pheasant family and have long been prized and even venerated. Hindus considered the Indian peafowl (P. cistasus) sacred, and it is still the national bird of India. The green peafowl (P. muticus) isn’t as well-known in the west, but it can fill the air with the same earsplitting cawing as its cousin. Male peafowl are the ones with the impressive tails, more properly known as trains, and there’s a good reason peahens don’t have such showy coloration. They have to keep a low profile so they can raise their young without attracting predators. The young are known as peachicks.

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The Tiny Series

tiny art set

If you are considering starting your art collection and don’t know where to begin, look no further.

The tiny series makes the perfect starter art piece. After your third piece, you will be officially considered a collector!

They are all one of a kind 9×3″ oils on canvas board. I mount them on a black wood board before framing so your final piece is 12.6×6.5″ ready to hang!

Each piece is priced at $180. It is a small collection and they go fast so act now.

Costal Sunset

Costal Sunset Art

Easter Morning

Pink Sunrise Marsh Painting
Sweet like Eater Morning!

Dunes West Sunrise

Sunrise at Dunes West
When you wake up early enough to get inspired by the beauty of nature in a sunrise. This painting reflects this special moment.

Sand and Sky

Sand and Sky art
Small and affordable art. A tiny painting of a beach in South Carolina.

Quiet Winter

Quiet Winter at Beach
Small and affordable art. A tiny painting of a Charleston beach on a winter day.

Regatta at Ilhabela

Regata em Ilhabela
The sailboats set off to a regatta on a beautiful day at Ilhabela. This small oil painting is part of a series inspired in Brazil. 10% goes to a reforestation project.

Morris Island Panorama

Morris Island Panorama Art
Small and affordable art. Enjoy. Folly beach looking at the Morris Island Lighthouse.

Marsh Mood

Marsh Mood Art

Relaxing Violet Marsh

Relaxing Violet Marsh Art

Let me know if you would like assistance in choosing a set. I will gladly help you select, and if you have a place in mind for your new art, you can send me a photo and I will advise accordingly.