Saturday, March 24, 2012

Painting Birds - Tomorrow is the last day of the Celebration of Fine Art

Western Bluebird 
Original Oil

Tomorrow (March 25th) is the last day of the "Celebration of Fine Art" in Scottsdale.  It is hard to believe that this is the end of the 10 week show.  It has been a fantastic show in our new location.  If you are in the area of Scottsdale, Arizona be sure and stop by the "Celebration of Fine Art" show to see all of the the wonderful art.  There is nothing else like it anywhere.  It is a place where you can meet artists from all over the country and watch while they create their works of art.  Tomorrow is time to say good bye until next year when we will all meet again.

The oil painting above is for sale at the "Celebration of Fine Art".  It is a 5 x 7" oil painting of a "Western Bluebird."  The oil painting below is of a "chipping sparrow".  It is also available at the show.

Barbara Rudolph
my website
Celebration of Fine Art

Thursday, March 15, 2012

Bluebird Oil Painting

The 2012 "Celebration of Fine Art" is ending soon.  We have a little over a week left and then have to pack up and say good-bye until next year.  It has been another wonderful experience.  The little "bluebird" oil painting went to a good home yesterday too.  I think "bluebirds" are some of my absolute favorites to paint.

Barbara Rudolph
Celebration of Fine Art

Sunday, March 4, 2012

Celebration of Fine Art - Video from Channel 12 News EVB Live

Click on this link to see the news segment on the "Celebration of Fine Art" show in Scottsdale.

(My daughter is so excited to see her portrait by Vala Ola in the video)

Here are a few more photos of some of the amazing artists in my area.
Debbie Edgers Sturges

Jennifer Bellinger


one of my studio walls

Barbara Rudolph

Baseball Painting "Go Yankees"

"Go Yankees"

Here is a new fun little oil painting to go with my "baseball" series of paintings called "Go Yankees."  It measures only 7x7" on gallery wrapped canvas.  It is now available at the "Celebration of Fine Art" in Scottsdale.  

Barbara Rudolph