Monday, December 6, 2010

In case a special gift is needed for your Christmas


"Christmas Flowers," egg tempera painting © Mona Diane Conner 1985


"Grandmas's Cookie Tree," egg tempera painting, © Mona Diane Conner 1985

"Victorian Christmas Tree," egg tempera painting © Mona Diane Conner 1985

Christmas At Our House, A Family Memory Book

My special gallery series of spiritual portraits is in need of support, and if you need a special gift for Christmas, or just wish to help, it's the only reason I interrupt the flow here to let you know that I also have great art for sale online, and it's at this link: MonaDianeConner.Etsy.com.

Twenty-five years ago I created 33 paintings for a Christmas memory book for Harper Collins called Christmas At Our House. Above are a few of the select framed original paintings from this book which are posting for sale in my Etsy shop, along with some great miniature paintings and small works, including some of my Madonnas you've seen here and other items of interest.

I'm always adding new works of art for purchase in my Etsy shop via Paypal, so if anything looks interesting, please visit MonaDianeConner.Etsy.com to see what else is there, now or at anytime, and thanks for checking it out.

4 comments:

martinealison said...

Je me suis régalée en découvrant vos oeuvres de noël. Prodigieux un tel travail... vous m'avez en un clin d'oeil fait retomber dans mon enfance...
Je vous remercie de nous montrer le résultat de votre talent. Bisous à vous

Miniature Art by Karen Hull said...

These Christmas paintings are so beautiful Mona. You never cease to amaze me - pulling out these lovely gems from the past. I'm sure they will be extremely popular and be snapped up - such rich crisp colours and so festive looking!!! :)

Mona said...
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Mona said...

Martine, thanks so much and bisous a vous aussi!
Karen, thank you too! It was fun working on these paintings when I did them, and it was my first full-length book project, so I dedicated my work on the book to my Grandma Conner who was my first art teacher.