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Welcome again, dear art enthusiasts, to Martha's Fine Arts & Creations! Today, I am bursting with excitement as I unveil my latest art collections: Whimsical Ocean and Abstract Florals. Get ready to be transported to a world filled with whimsy, vibrant colors, and boundless imagination. Together, let's embark on a journey of joy and inspiration.


Whimsical Ocean Collection:


Close your eyes and envision an underwater paradise where playful fish dance in perfect harmony, surrounded by gentle tropical hues that wash over the canvas like a soothing wave. In my Whimsical Ocean collection, I've captured the innocent allure and carefree spirit of the sea. With delicate strokes, I've painted these adorable and feminine fish, ensuring each frame amplifies their charm. These pieces are not just artwork; they are portals to a world of enchantment that can effortlessly complement your summer decorations and awaken the inner child in all who behold them.


Abstract Florals Collection:

Prepare to be captivated by a symphony of vibrant colors, where bold florals and geometric shapes intertwine to create a visual feast for the eyes. My Abstract Florals collection bursts with passionate reds, radiant yellows, and tantalizing splashes of pink. These jewel-toned masterpieces demand attention as they pop out of the frame, inviting you to immerse yourself in their energy and artistic sophistication. Let these captivating artworks become the centerpiece of your space, adding a touch of vibrancy and igniting conversations that

celebrate the beauty of art.


Art is an invitation to unleash our creative spirits and explore new horizons. Join me in my upcoming workshops, where we will dive deeper into the world of artistic expression and nurture our talents in a warm and supportive environment.


BOLD COLOR: Wine & Watercolor

Date: June 23rd, 6:30 PM

Description: Explore the vibrant and captivating realm of bold colors as we dive into the art of watercolor. Unleash your creativity and let your imagination run wild!

Tickets: Secure your spot now on Eventbrite


SUMMER LEMONADE: Wine & Watercolor

Date: July 28th, 6:30 PM

Description: Sip on the sweetness of summer as we capture the essence of lemonade through watercolor. Join us for an evening of artistry and refreshment!

Tickets: Grab your tickets before they're gone on Eventbrite


Art has a remarkable ability to transport us, uplift our spirits, and infuse our lives with beauty. With my Whimsical Ocean and Abstract Florals collections, I invite you to join me on an artistic journey that celebrates imagination and wonder. Each piece is a testament to my unwavering passion for artistry and meticulous craftsmanship.


Unleash the artist within you by participating in our upcoming workshops. Whether you choose to dive into the bold and captivating hues of BOLD COLOR or savor the refreshing creativity of SUMMER LEMONADE, you'll be embraced by a nurturing community that fosters artistic growth and expression.


Join my email list to explore more extraordinary art collections, stay updated on my latest events, and discover inspiration to fuel your own artistic endeavors. Let your imagination soar as we create moments of joy, inspiration, and artistic bliss together.


Come, let's paint the world with our dreams.



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It has been an amazing Spring and so looking forward to what's coming up. The "Spring Bouquet -Wine & Watercolor" was a big hit at the Mercantile in Rock Hill. Everyone left with good things to say about the workshop, which always makes me feel good about what I am doing. The artwork from everyone was so beautiful, couldn't have asked for a better group of people. There are more to come! So exciting.

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Workshop @ Indigo Iris Farm-Clover---Indigo Iris Farm was the cutest farm and the nicest host with bunnies, a mini pony, and beautiful flowers, it was such a treat. The workspace was perfect with plenty of light and of course plenty of water. It had a rustic feel of an old barn, but had all the modern needs for a workshop...you just felt creative and peaceful all at the same time. (Beautiful flowers, animals and trees, it brought up fond memories of childhood.)..sorry for getting off track. LOL. We had around twelve participants. Everyone learned something about watercolor, made a beautiful painting and picked their one flower bouquet. Can't wait to do another workshop with Stephanie at the farm.


Garibaldi Plein Air Festival----Last week I talked about Plein Air painting and what it was... Recently, I had the opportunity to compete in the Garibaldi Plein Air Festival held in downtown Belmont NC. Wonderful experience. Before then, I had never really painted outside...some--mostly for fun. I will do it again, but next time I think I will stick to oil paints and not my usual watercolor. Maybe not...I have joined a group of ladies that paint weekly as a plein air group. I have found my people...lol Painting weekly outside should build some confidence with the whole outside world...I hope. It was a success at the festival. I sold a painting...yah!



Where I've been and Where I am now, Local Art showings

In the past couple of months I've had the privilege to have my paintings shown at several art galleries. The Gaston Library, Charlotte Art League, Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden, and presently showing at the Confluence in Cramerton, NC.



Stay tuned for more to come.... www.marthasfinearts.com









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Do you know what Plein Air Painting is?...Well let me tell you...in a nut shell it is painting out side. Packing up your studio and taking it outdoors. LOL creating a good composition and turning out a fabulous painting isn't the easiest so lets add extra elements of changing light or movement of subjects etc. Who doesn't love a challenge? I had the opportunity to join a group of other artist in Belmont NC for a plein air competition---my first. Most artist there were oil painters, so I was just one of a couple working in watercolor. I don't like to do anything easy... Watercolor can be trickier because the paper and paint can dry out fast.






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