This just in from Ronald Freeman “… an oil painting on canvas 36″ x 48″. I painted this during Barak’s inauguration. It moved me to create something that would immortalized him. Like music, ART is there for all to see,feel and embrace. It moves each of us in different ways. I hope this image moves people and especially our children to create something that will last a lifetime and beyond. Peace and Love”
who is a self-described ‘autodidact oil paint addict’ from Belgium sent this to us with the simple message: “Even us Europeans got inspired.. ;-) ”
Oil on Canvas (Better late then never?)Monday, May 11th, 2009 | No Comments »
Shane Peters is a fine art painter who was born in India, but moved to the United States at an early age. He has lived primarily in and around New York City. He submitted this piece a while back, but we are just now getting the opportunity to post it. Better late then never? This Oil on Canvas measures 24×24″.
Change – Oil on canvasFriday, April 17th, 2009 | No Comments »
Here is a painting by Cedric Lenaers simply called Change: “Oil on canvas – 80cm x 100cm Go, America! Go”
Barack Obama Daily Painting #59 by Gayle EtcheverryThursday, March 19th, 2009 | No Comments »
Gayle is evidently on a missin to create a painting each and every day. An admirerable task. Now in the high 60’s, but #59 is the one that interests us: “This is my portrait of Barack Obama. I decided to paint it as one of my daily paintings. It took about 4 hours to create. It is an oil painting on 8″x10″ canvas.”
Power of HopeFriday, December 19th, 2008 | 3 Comments »
Kathy Osler sends us this: “Here is a more quiet, impressionist take on Obama in my father’s oil portrait, ‘The Power of Hope’.” Thanks for sending this in. Readers can visit johnosler.com to see more of John’s great work.