Check out the Gicle’e section of my site. There are many new pieces posted. Also there will be an upcoming contest to test your creative observations which will result in a $95.00 award, signed and #1 Gicle’e.
I have not done one of these in a long time and this time of isolation will give everyone something to think about. See the winners of past “name the title of the new piece” contests. There is never a fee just fun but people need to be subscribed to the site. Feel free to contact me with any questions.
New pieces soon to be posted to the site. I have been currently working on three intense creations over the past two months.
This is the new painting, guess the name by the end of the month and win the Giclee signed and numbered #1 a $95.00 print.
Just click on the facebook link and make your guess.
Clues and riddles will be added regularly. Only one guess per day please.
Good luck but above all have fun. My cancer did not go away after my last group of treatments so I will be painting and having fun with the contest. Doctor told me just to enjoy the summer, my boat, my art and my guitar and we will revisit my option in 3 months.
Well, here is the new contest. This piece is sold, thank god for my collectors you are amazing and can see the spirit that I put into each piece. It is helping so much with my medical costs as I fight the evil demon of cancer
Please everyone have fun as it does’nt cost anything and you could win a $95.00 Giclee.
People have been wining in less than nine days, i am making this one a little more challenging.
OK here it is and the first clue is that it is connected to the motif of my works. Just click on the facebook link or go to face book lawrence oleary jr fine art to make your guess. You get one guess per day. I will respond yes or no. Please have fun with this, I will continue with contests each month as long as people want to play. Have fun
Enjoy the process.
Clue # 1
Also a clue if you have read this far. ” a piece of my spirit goes into everything that I paint”
There is a common theme to this artists creative process. This can be discovered through the names and stories of many of his works.
The title is more than three words long and less than seven.
Rite of Passage
There are five words to this title.
The letters are not in order but are as follows
S Q J O T
It is time to go young man, when you return you will be a brave.
We have a winner!
Judy Salvadore figured out the final riddle. This was a tough one. She has played diligently over the past two months and was only one word off each time. She did an amazing job as this was the hardest one yet. If you know her please congratulate her. I will be awarding her the Giclee print signed and numbered one. I only make 25. I intentionally made this one difficult to make it fun and to see who would hang in there till the end. There were only five days left before it was over.
I constantly add small stories to my works here on my site, especially my abstracts and how I am inspired to paint them. As many know much of my works are about journey and voyages. I am a very spiritual person and seriously put a piece of my spirit in each work that I do. I feel that a piece of my spirit will live in the homes and hearts of each person who has one of them. I have been doing a surreal or abstract one month and then a realism piece. June I will put my currently finished piece on for the “name the painting” contest. I was going to stop but was glad to hear that people still want to play. I also did not have the ability to share my face book contest with your friends. I now have changed that so all of your friends can play. Good luck. The original of this piece sold and now lives in the Stockton collection. I am very pleased as that collector is a very spiritual person with a wonderful vision on life.
The clues should now all make sence to you.
When a person is in search of his or her spirit animal they go on a spirit quest in the Native American tradition. I always found this wonderful and actually apply it to my life. My spirit animal is White Wolf.
I am not Native American but have immensely enjoyed my education while in a relationship with Joan Pacheco of Olde Allen Farm who held sweat lodges and Native American ceremony at her farm for many years. I was amazed and enlightened by the folks that I met while experiencing that in the late 1990’s. She is now a survival, herbal and wildlife instructor trained with Tom Brown. Many of my works are guided by those spiritual journeys.
Here is the painting it is a 18×20 and this original oil now lives in the Stockton collection.