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"The Bored Room" SOLD

“The Bored Room”
6 x 12in oil on museum quality panel
SOLD
  I happened to catch sight of an Eddie “memo” earlier this week:
sTrAteGeriE MEetiNg at 1 n thE BoreD ROom
Apparently a Bored Room is a Board Room which happens to be my Bathroom.
Eddie says he does some of his best thinking there.
I say
that’s not saying much…..
Please Note:  This is No. 21 in the Eddie and Phyllis Series.

  • Cat - January 7, 2012 - 9:20 pm

    Lovely painting! reminds me of a cat I had when I was younger who used to love curling up in the sinkReplyCancel

  • dominique eichi - December 23, 2011 - 11:22 pm

    Your talent is delightful but I have to admit I really like the writings of Eddie and his acceptance of Phyllis. I think he really enjoys giving you all kinds of ways to stimulate your imagination and creativity. Well this said I would appreciate you giving him my salutations and wishing him and Phyllis a most Merry Christmas…….. and of course to you too !
    : )ReplyCancel

  • june in ireland - December 22, 2011 - 1:39 pm

    Yes! I absolutely agree with you, Kathy. I can definitely envisage the escapades of Eddie and Phyllis as either a greeting cards series/collection or a children’s book (or series of books)…or both! A friend of mine here in Ireland started off at crafts fairs (where I first met her) selling lovely still life paintings on slate. One day, she casually decided and announced that she was going to write and illustrate and publish her own children’s books. Well, two years later, not only has the first book been successful, but she’s done three altogether (so far), and the first one has also been been extended into a lovely children’s jigsaw puzzle.

    Whenever I get your blog posts in my Reader, I always smile with delight at the countryside/France/Italy and still life paintings. Always, as they’re so beautiful. But when I see the Eddie and Phyllis paintings, not only do my eyes light up with glee and delight, but it starts my day off with a giggle (sometimes a laugh and a rolling of the eyes/nodding in agreement, as your Eddie is so very similar in purr-sonality to our Phillo).

    Keep ’em coming, Dreama. We love them all! And of course, we love Eddie and Phyllis, too.ReplyCancel

  • Kathy Cousart - December 22, 2011 - 9:57 am

    Wonderful painting and just love the connection you captured between Eddie and Phyllis….great series! Should be a card collection, children’s book, chicken soup style book for adults…thinking here for you Dreama!!ReplyCancel

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