Day 25: more Munich

Oil Painting Alter Peter Munich Study
Alter Peter Study, 18 x 24 cm, oil on canvas, ©2011 Julie Galante. Original painting available on Etsy.

I hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving. In honor of Black Friday, I’ve added a new batch of paintings to my Etsy store, including my pomegranate painting and the last of the leaf paintings. Way more comfortable than sleeping outside Best Buy in the rain! Which reminds me, over at Studio Mailbox, TJ has several other ideas for your gift shopping today, including handmade items from around the internet.

This weekend I am going to be crazy busy getting ready for my Open Studio. Lots of nails will be going in the walls as I decide where to hang everything. Also, I need to figure out what we’ll be serving. Probably Christmas cookies of some sort, in addition to other stuff. I’d love to serve glühwein (hot mulled wine), but I don’t think that’d be feasible unless I rented some equipment, and I’m probably too lazy to do that. Could be an idea for next year, though.

November is Art Every Day Month. I’ll be posting a new small painting here each and every day. After they have had time to dry (a couple weeks), most of the original paintings will also appear in my Etsy shop. Paintings from the beginning of the month are already there! Christmas cards, too.

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4 Responses to “Day 25: more Munich”

  1. LOVE this painting!! the colours, angles, perspective. I especially love the sunlight on the building at the back.
    (found you via AEDM)
    have a great weekend!

  2. Lia says:

    You capture Munich so beautifully, Julie. A real inspiration!
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  3. I hope you put all of these paintings for the month on a single wall so you can see what a huge and wonderful body of work they are making xx
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  4. Jul says:

    Thanks so much, guys!

    It would be fun to see all of these AEDM paintings together on a wall, but alas some of them are already gone (not a bad problem to have!). I do love having them displayed in large groups, though. I’ll probably mix them in with my daily paintings from earlier in the year over a couple different walls.

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