I currently have about 21 of my art works up on eBay. Two are dollhouse miniatures (original art), one was just done recently. Two little girls playing at a picnic. "Two Little Girls In Blue" – 1:12 scale – 1.5" x 2" I love the mop of hair on the little blonde girl, it was just so messy and she just played her heart out. Fun to watch. I did more studies and hope to do larger paintings of
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NEW miniature watercolor (1:12th dollhouse scale). 1.5"x2". "Golden Arches" I’ve wanted to paint this for some time. Finally did. Artist: Jillian Crider. https://www.etsy.com/listing/150425170/miniature-original-watercolor-painting?ref=shop_home_active
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My first ACEO in nearly a year. "Morning Meadows" original watercolor painting. 2.5"x3.5". Autumn landscape with horses in Southern Oregon. http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=290845633804 "Beautiful southern Oregon. "Picture Perfect" is what I thought when I woke up to this scene one morning. It was, but knew right away that I wanted to paint it. It’s taken a while,
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I have been asked to teach in Central Point, Oregon. And gladly accepted. The classes start this Tuesday evening (18th), I think (if not, it’s the following week). They run for 6 weeks. There is room for 2 more students. If you’re interested, please…
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I’m still trying to find time to do my dollhouse miniature paintings. This past week I managed to do this one of a bright red Adirondack Chair with matching geraniums at Lake of the Woods resort in Oregon. It’s watercolor, 2" x 1.5" I have 5 others currently listed on eBay. http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_nkw=Crider&_sacat=2461&_odkw=&_osacat=2461 It’s a lovely place to enjoy the wonderful
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Yesterday, and today I’ve just completed 3 more miniature dollhouse (1:12 scale) paintings. All original watercolors from local scenes. 2" x 1 1/2" approximately. I’ve listed them on eBay – you’ll find them HERE. This one is "Wash Day" a very old colonial ranch house a few miles from me. I also have very good news for collectors. A frame maker I have dealt with for over 10 years,
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I’m enjoying doing some miniature dollhouse paintings. I’m sticking with 2" x 1.5" format, in watercolors. I have reconnected with a wonderful lady who can be contacted for frames for them. I did two more this past week, that is all I had time for. A local garden that caught my eye, with a ‘wheelbarrow’ full of flowers being hit by wonderful sunshine ("Fun In The Sun"). And an old pump house
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I just did these 7 little dollhouse scale 1:12 miniatures (watercolor paintings). Each is 2" x 1.5". This is "On Golden Pond" – an amazing ‘capture’ in a nearby area, Southern Oregon. I’ve listed them here (click). Please take a look before the auctions end. Thank you for looking. ~Jillian http://www.JillianCrider.com
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I fell in love with Renaissance Fairs in 1998 when I went to my first in Atlanta, Georgia. It also wet my appetite for other events. This is from 2011. "The Pirate Rogue" – watercolor painting from Rogue Renaissance Faire. 5×7" The costume is wonderful in its detail – a great mix of colors and textures. But how costumes like this get worn on such hot days, I will never know. ~Jillian
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A couple of months ago it was warm enough to venture out for a day in the park (Bear Creek). Art supplies packed weren’t the usual traditional kind. For some reason I’m a bit ‘off’ of traditional art for a while, it doesn’t appeal to me – too much pl…
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