Friday, March 07, 2008

Colin's Rubber Duckie

I've painted this before but I think I'm going to lose it as a prop when my baby nephew Colin comes to visit me and realizes that he left it here. This is a teeny 2x3 inches. If you want to see some fabulous tiny paintings that look huge check out Joyce Washor.

13 comments:

Joyce Washor said...

This image brings back memories! Thanks so much for the mention! !! That is very generous of you. I think you've caught the spirit of "The Rubber Duckie"!

John "little like sand" said...

Ah Mary! I love it. You make me smile.

rochambeau said...

Dear Mary,
Nice Ducky!
Will you be participating in the door parade on Wednesday? I see you have Franks link here!

Happy Saturday, Happy Painting!

Constance

LUCIANO FIGUEIREDO said...

The tangerines, the daisies and now this lovely one. Are you in a blue phase?

PS - When I was kid I loved the film "Convoy" with Chris Christorfferson and insisted for a while to be called Rubber Duck!

Dawn said...

how adorable! ahh memories, thanks Mary!

Lorna said...

Do you know you can get rubber ducks that change colour in hot water?

rdl said...

love it!!

Willow said...

Rubber Ducky, you're so fine!

Thank you for visiting my blog and leaving a comment about my yarn stash!

It looks like you love the beach as much as I do. I've been to Naples, many years ago. (We have a Naples, an area of Long Beach, just south of Los Angeles.)

Kelley Carey MacDonald said...

This one's for Nancy Colella - you KNOW they're her favorite, right? Nice work, love the vivid colors, and you did such a good job with the drawing. Can't wait to see it in person!

bfry said...

Hi mary, thanks for your kind words about my paintings on my website. i followed your link over here and am now admiring your work. very painterly brushwork in these paintings. very nice! thanks for the encouragement again.

TheresaJ said...

Hi Mary,

You left a comment on my blog in early February and I just found it. Thanks so much for appreciating my jewelry enough to send the link to a friend. How wonderfully nice of you!

What a tremendous treat though to click on your link and find your wonderful blog filled with your gorgeous paintings. They are amazing. I love the Rubber Duckie painting, and must say I've never given much though to rubber duckies beyond my own children's young years, but I found myself wanting that painting. Who would have thought?! Then I scrolled down, excitedly anticipating each new painting's appearance on my screen, and came upon Wipe Out, which I immediately fell in love with! Then, when I read the blog and found out that it may have disappeared the next day, I was so disappointed! Please tell me it still exists. I absolutely love it!!! A little further down, I also fell in love with the chilis. What a treat your blog is. I'm adding you to my Blogs I Like to Visit List and will visit often. I'm so glad you stopped by my blog.

- Theresa

Mineke Reinders said...

This is adorable! Hard to believe it's only 2"x3". Nice colors and brushwork!

Sandy said...

OH so cute..

andy
and so small..wow.

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