Category Archives: flowers

Be Different!

If you’re going to stand out in a crowd, do it well. Just one white crocus among all the purples in my neighbor’s little garden. It appeared on its own a few years ago—this clump of crocuses were all purple for years, and I have the photos to prove it because I’ve photographed them just […]

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Decorate for Spring With a Tray of Roses

I’ve always studied the sorts of decorative trays used for a dresser or vanity and the art that was featured on them and pictured my floral artwork there for years. This lightweight 10″ x 13″ pine wood tray has a print of my painting “Small Roses” adhered in the bottom. I then painted the tray […]

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My Mother’s Columbines Keepsake

Another piece borne of January inspiration in my seed and flower catalogs, this little bunch of columbines was so joyful that it stayed with me. One of my favorite flowers, it is also a favorite of my mother, and I gave this painting to her as a birthday present one year. She has since passed […]

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Floral Keepsake Boxes, New for Spring!

I’ve been considering floral-themed keepsake boxes for a while and it’s finally the season. I’ve had a stack of blank keepsake boxes just asking to be decorated and I used some of my favorite paintings to decorate them. I’ve made them look like something I’d like in my own bedroom. I choose a variety of […]

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Original Art 25% Off, a Few Samples

Purchasing a piece of original artwork for yourself or as a gift is no small decision because it’s generally no small expense. Prints are less expensive, but even if the print is excellent quality and identical dimensions of the original you don’t see the live work, the layers of paint or pastel, the actual lines […]

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Sun Shadow Ice & Snow: Seasons on the Panhandle Trail 2016

Join me for my third annual exhibit SUN SHADOW ICE & SNOW seasons along the panhandle trail Paintings, sketches and photographs Opening friday august 26, 2016 5:00 p.m. through saturday august 27 9:00 p.m. Panhandle Trail quarry area as part of Rock the Quarry . . . . . . . For faraway friends: Though […]

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Read a Review of My May Feline Sampler Box

If I was excited about my April Sampler Box, May has me on the edge of my seat waiting for recipients to receive them. I chose the selected print and cards for the season according to theme, color and cats, and have a brand new product to introduce that I’ve been considering for months. Mimi […]

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From Spring Into Summer 2016

The Studio of Bernadette E. Kazmarski presents From Spring Into Summer 2016 Celebrating the Solstice with Original Art and Prints This post is adapted from my Summer Solstice e-newsletter. Sign up for the Art & Merchandise E-newsletter if you’d like to receive it in your email. Summer is finally here with sunshine and bright colors […]

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First Solo Exhibit: The Extraordinary in the Ordinary, 2000

“The Extraordinary in the Ordinary: Celebrating the art in everyday life” In every moment of every day, everywhere I go, I see something extraordinarily beautiful and inspiring. I left my day job to work at home as a commercial artist, fine artist and writer on January 1, 2000 after freelancing as a graphic designer and […]

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