Archive for January, 2016

Tom

Friday, January 29th, 2016

I had a customer in Lodi who bought good Early American furniture from me. One day he helped me carry in a large painting from Annie Tolliver. I’d been on a buying trip to the South. Roff,Tom asked,”What kind of person would buy an ugly painting like this?” Tom, I said, let’s talk. You have two homes –a beautiful home in Lodi and a 2nd home in Fort Bragg Tom, you have a nice Landscape or Seascape painting hanging behind your couches. Is that not true?” Tom agreed that it was. I said, “Now Tom, if you had a painting like this people wouild talk forever!” Tom said nothing. He wandered around the gallery and then said bye. The next time I went into the gallery there was a envelope with a nice check enclosed as a “hold” on a Outsider painting he had seen. Tom continued as a customer until I got sick and had to close. i miss him.–olRoff

Let Me Tell You What It Is All About

Thursday, January 21st, 2016

This driftwood sign is a keeper. I wish you could see the knot-eye in the wood. And it reminds of of some people I have me,”Let Me Tell You What It Is All About.”

Elvis by Edwin Jeffrey Jr

Wednesday, January 20th, 2016

Yesterday at about 7:30pm the door bell rang. UPS was delivering this wonderful gift to me by the Award Winning Carver, Edwin Jeffrey Jr. It is hand carved 8″ x23″ x 1″ Cherry Wood. It is “Elvis”. Thank you so much Edwin! It is loved!

Blue Flowers on Orange

Sunday, January 17th, 2016
Finished painting this one earlier today “Blue Flowers on Orange”–heck, I forgot about the little skunk–love skunks!