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Little House on the Prairie


Painted using acrylic paint on a 10" x 14" canvas board.

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a comfy home.

Absolutely Fantastic!

This is a great painting Giselle! It's bright and colourful yet eerie and a little overcast at the same time, a very interesting effect. It's great to see there are still some "Actual" artists left if this day and age - I can't stand "Modern Art" and refuse to acknowledge it as an art form!

StudioGiselle responds:

Thank you, I'm glad you like and appreciate it so much! I too have trouble with what passes off as 'modern art' these days. To each their own I guess!


Did you creat that?

StudioGiselle responds:

Yes I did.

It is pretty nice

It is really cool, muy bueno, it reminds me of the ranchito my uncle used to have when i was a kid

StudioGiselle responds:

Very cool! I'm so glad you like it, I hope it brings back fond memories of that time.


someone watched bob ross!

StudioGiselle responds:

Thank you! I'm flattered that so many people think of Bob Ross when they see my paintings because I do admire his talent. I used to watch his show when I was little but never have I bought any of his books or videos. As I mentioned to someone earlier, if I had referenced his work wouldn't there be a big happy tree or bush taking up much of the painting? lol That always sort of bothered me, he would have such a beautiful scene painted and then he would cover most of it up with a big tree!

Credits & Info

4.54 / 5.00

May 9, 2011
11:07 AM EDT
Fine Art
File Info
730 x 544 px
369.7 KB

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