Laurie Andreoni Artworks's PhotoBlog

I don't know what these are, but they are a common hedge in our neighborhood and manage to rise up in our garden by surprise.

These bloom in our garden so briefly, hidden among the leaves. But if you take the time to look closely, you can enjoy their loveliness.

Last year someone donated 100 lilies to the local garden club, and they gave us 10 baby plants. All of them have turned out to have double blossoms, which I…

About 40 years ago, when I took my first photo class, my friend volunteered to be my subject for the portrait class. We were joking around before we even…

What I love about abstracts is that you can turn them in any direction and see something completely different every time you look at it. In this post, all are…

It's been a busy week, organizing and photographing my portfolio. I did the original painting with alcohol inks and a metallic gold outlining pen. Thanks to the…

After a couple of weeks of rain, temps turned to the high 70s and low 80s; the garden went crazy! Every day there are new surprises in every nook and cranny.

My MIL is an amazing baker and chef, and her kitchen is always full of delicious aromas, tastes and visions to delight the senses!

Our garden starts awakening in February, and this vine produces tiny flowers on its evergreen vine. These are barely the size of my little fingernail. One of…

This is another Alcohol Ink on a 4x4 inch tile, with lots of metallic gold! Whether doing a landscape, portrait or abstract, this versatile medium has become…

I have so many art supplies that some days I get overwhelmed with choices and don't know where to begin. So a few months ago I asked my friends to tell me…

For years, I wanted to learn watercolors. I loved the light, airy effect and what seemed like versatility with the medium. After taking a 6 week course at the…

Remember that your artwork can evolve! This acrylic pour on canvas just was not sitting right with me, no matter how many times I went back to it. Like…

Firefall was one of my first Acrylic Pour paintings, and it translated beautifully into clothing and accessories. These are my favorite colors, and seem to go…
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