*PLEASE* leave me some contact info on your comment! :)
Happy Holidays to all views of my blog! As a gift to all my blog friends I'm going to give this little 5x7 painting to one of you! All you need to do is to tell me you want it, by making a comment on this post by Tuesday, December 8th! In his last years my dad always had a supply of these wonderful mints in the car, near his chair, everywhere he might be. I enjoyed painting the shapes, and especially the cellophane wrappers!
If you are not familiar with making 'comments: look on the blog (if you get this in an email form, look at the bottom of the email. It should say "Posted by Kelley MacDonald on Kelley MacDonald's Daily Paintings..." Click on the BLUE words (it's a link to my blog) then look below today's post - you'll see the words "2 Comments" (or 5 comments, or SOME number of comments), and click on THAT. It will open up a little window with comments made by others, and a box for you to type your comment in. Then if you have a google account, check off that dot, if not, you can click on "Name... URL" and type your name and blogsite, or email I believe. If nothing works include your email at the end of your 'Comment' so I can contact you!
Good luck everyone, and thank you for supporting me with your kind comments all through the year!
Maybe you missed the two exhortations to PLEASE leave me some sort of contact info (i.e. just your name won't get me in touch with you, and there are a LOT of people named 'Chris' out there!). Thank YOU! If I'm sounding desperate, I am... I have about a dozen people I couldn't contact if I wanted to who left comments!
I want it. And Merry Christmas to you!ReplyDelete
OK, OK, I REALLY want it. :) How cute! You are so special. Merry Christmas.ReplyDelete
Yep, I want it too! Great composition, as always. Nicely done, Kelly.ReplyDelete
No Chris and C.J. ...... I want the *Spearmints*! Lovely piece Kelley and what a nice giveaway!!ReplyDelete
I admire all your paintings Kelley. My dad was a lover of peppermint canes, the bigger the better. I always tried to find one bigger than the ubiquitous tiny canes each Christmas for him. Happy Holidays!ReplyDelete
Great composition. Great job on the wrappers. Add me to your list of wanters.ReplyDelete
Kelley, nice job. I can taste the mint! And, I'd be honored to own the painting.ReplyDelete
beautiful! congrats on a terrific year - thanks for sharing-ReplyDelete
I want it! Adorable!ReplyDelete
I can smell the spearmint, as real as an icy winter day.ReplyDelete
I left the house the other day with spearmint Life Savers in my jacket pocket, and realized I had reached another marker in my journey to Old Lady - the other pocket had tissues, I am sure.
Lovely, as always. And it is my birthday week........Enjoy the holidays, VFV
No I want it! That snow is so cool. We are going to have snow in Santa Fe tonight! This is really getting me into the Xmas spirit. Your painting makes it even more real. I just love those mints!ReplyDelete
NoNo No --I--want it!ReplyDelete
Pick me! Pick me!!ReplyDelete
I love it! I want it! (But I guess I'm too late).
So what is it about these mints and people the ages of our parents? My parents NEVER seem to travel without them (and bought a supply when they reached my house) and my in-laws were always well stocked too! I had to laugh when I saw this painting...it really hit home! Yeah, I'd like it!ReplyDelete
Oh I love this painting, count me in!ReplyDelete
Please add my name to the growing list of those who would love to have the Spearments. It's lovely and would look adorable in my house! You do good work, Kelley!ReplyDelete
as always i enjoy your posts. Happy Holidays to you.ReplyDelete
Its Snowing!! how cool!!ReplyDelete
Hi Kelley - I can smell spearmint just looking at your painting! Very nice and what a great way to say thanksReplyDelete
u r very kool!!!!ReplyDelete
Its mine! All mine!ReplyDelete
Also I am TOTALLY stealing your snowflakes- love that!
Kelley you are the BEST!
Well, I'll just have to get in LINE!ReplyDelete
Love the snowflakes! You rock!
What a wonderful tribute to your father...he would want me to have it!ReplyDelete
I want it!ReplyDelete
Pepper Mint ;-)
I would love that painting and I also want to say thanks for always being such an inspiration to me with your work on your blog!ReplyDelete
Wonderful little painting. . .you really do cellophane in such a believable way. Really enjoy your beautiful work. I also love the snow!ReplyDelete
Oh, I love this, Kelley!ReplyDelete
I hope I win!
A deceptively simple still life with lots of little details if you look hard enough.
Can't wait to win this! Hee hee hee.
Yes - it would be nice to have one of your paintings... I've always enjoyed the "dialog" you have with "us" "out there". Someday, I swear, Artists will find a way to have a "webinar" or such, with others to paint with others from afar.
I've always envied the art groups you and others have been able to develop. I'm more aware of groups outside my area, than in my own ( from being "on line".)
I enjoy your comments, as well as your paintings.
Like everyone else I want it too!"ReplyDelete
Hope you're having a wonderful holiday season!!!
All the best!
Kelley..You DO seem to have more fun with your art/life than most people..your work is so diverse and makes me feel so good looking at your paintings...and 2 blogs!!!...Count me in on wanting that sweet paintingReplyDelete
Kelley did you know mint if good for ulcers? Oh by the way I have one, maybe this painting would cure my tummy! hmmm.......ReplyDelete
Hello Kelley! What beautiful eye candy ;) Sorry...couldn't resist. Love your brushwork.ReplyDelete
I love your work and am thrilled to have adopted the teacup and the jar of hydrangeas at the North River Arts Holiday sale. They have a special place in my study and it would be pretty wonderful to have these lovely mints to go with them!! The associations are totally warm and minty! Thanks a ton for offering this sweet treat!
I can actually hear the crackle of that spearmint candy wrapper..and the green in the stripes is so spot "on" i can taste them! BravoReplyDelete
Thirty five comments so far. You are hot Kelley, these are great. I want the painting pullease. JeanneReplyDelete
This picture makes me smile with memories, All your paintings give me time to pause and think of beautiful things, ideas or feelings, simple reasons to be grateful.
love and peace,
oh, I want it!
I want it too. Love it and if I win I will pick it up.ReplyDelete
Wonderful little painting, great job. My brother in law always has these things in his pocket too. Would make a great gift for him, hint, hint, lol.ReplyDelete
I'm a new member on your email list, so getting a new painting a day has been such a pleasure. I would love to win this wonderful little painting! Keep on painting!ReplyDelete
Kelley, I'd love to add this to my "MacDonald Collection!"ReplyDelete
i just clicked on the mints for enlargement. now i really want
how did you get to be such a master blogger?
does your workshop include how to blog?
i want to blog.
i am impressed.
and just in case you didn't get my message: i really want those
this is beautiful! MerryReplyDelete
christmas! email@example.com I would love this!
Count me in...ReplyDelete
Kelley, I thought maybe if I posted on your Boston Cream I would win that one. Then I realized its your mints..... lolReplyDelete
No thats just a big lie. lol I did not know you were having a post a comment and have a chance at winning a painting until I read your post on FB. SO GIRL here is my comment!!
I'll take the mints instead. ;)
Awesome brush work. It looks like melted saran wrap. love it
I took a couple of workshops with Ken Auster and he has the same kind of brushwork.
Good luck and I really need them mints because I just had some garlic bread. :)
pick me pick me pick me pick me.
or just put me in the hat with the rest of the fans and I'll be happy.
It's still the 8th (central time zone)--love this painting!!!ReplyDelete
This is a great painting, Kelley!ReplyDelete
Lucky person who receives this little gem! Merry Christmas, Kelley!ReplyDelete
I want it, cause I think it is so well done and the textures are very difficult and you made it look easy!ReplyDelete