Grapes & Banjo Player

 

These are my latest two paintings. Grapes is a on 6×6 Gallery wrapped canvas (canvas edges are about an inch & a half wide), and the edges are painted. The inspiration came from visiting a local winery, Silver Fork in Morganton, NC. The grapes were almost ready for harvest, and just looked wonderful

With Banjo Player, I have always liked bluegrass music. There are a lot of good local bluegrass bands in this area of North Carolina. Just love the sound, and wanted to put it on canvas. This is on a 5×7 canvas board.
 

grapes

banjo player

About Dawn

An Introduction to the Artist By Jeff Dreibus My wife Dawn Dreibus is a relative novice to the world of art, but she is quite talented as one can quickly discern from the photos of her work shown in this site’s Gallery. Dawn works in multiple mediums including acrylic, pencil, watercolor, three dimensions and textures. Her subjects vary widely and include local landmarks, unique floral treatments, rustic buildings, ocean side scenes, waterfalls, folk art and abandoned antique cars, a favorite of mine. Her art can be seen at various craft fairs and art exhibits around western NC. Click on “Schedule” to learn where her work is currently (or soon to be) on display, or e-mail her at moepar@frontier.com for a private showing. She resides with three cats and her better(?) half in the Dysartsville community of beautiful rural McDowell County, North Carolina.
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