Springtime brings warmer weather, growth, and hope! A season of new beginnings. I am hopeful.
With longer days now in Charlotte, our yard is abloom with plenty to paint. If you follow me on instagram @pattiratcliffeart you will see many happy spring flower paintings: hydrangea, viburnum, tulips, daffodils and soon, peonies.
We are tilling the garden for tomatoes and filling the pots on the patio. Now that we have had both vaccines, we can't wait to invite friends for a cookout.
And yes, there are many silver linings to appreciate: more time to study, learn and paint, more time with my 3 adult kids.... oxymoron? ha! Definitely more cooking.
Take a peek below at some of my new work.
May this new season bring you hope and good health.
Charlotte's proximity to the coast and mountains make it easy to take a painting road trip!
And it is so nice to paint outside!
Look for my work in Boone, NC.
I'm excited to sell my art in this cute gallery in downtown Boone, NC. @Common_Good_Co.
Their mantra makes me happy: Make More. Want Less. Do Good.
Find my Original Art in Charlotte too!
Check out my new art exhibit at Cotswold Marketplace! They'e just added 3000 sf of space offering such a variety of home decor and furnishings. So exciting!
Send a handwritten note to a friend or loved one.
These one-of-a-kind cards are blank inside, and a perfect gift for any occasion or for that heartfelt note. This mixed 6-card pack with monarch envelopes retails for $15. If interested, contact me at email@example.com . Free shipping.
Give that gift not found in a store.
When it comes to a special gifts, commissioned paintings of anything special is the best! (think your dog, your home, your garden). Click here for more information.
I would love to teach you!
If interested in learning how to oil paint, send me and email and I will contact you when I have an opening or teach a workshop.
On a personal note, we are expecting our first grandchild (baby boy) in 10 days. Things are about to get busier. Thank you for all your support. Share this news with someone who loves art. Stay grateful and well.
All my best.