Friday, January 13, 2012

yellow house

This house is down the street from my studio in Charleston.  The house is beautifully maintained and the garden is manicured.  The Charleston Preservation Society has the last word on the color of your house, or any other changes you want to make to the outside.  Wonder how they got that turquoise door?  It's not a typical color around here. Remember, all the piazza ceilings are painted "haint blue" to keep away the evil spirits.   I'm still trying to think of a name for the painting if you have any ideas.

7 comments:

Maria Bennett Hock said...

Another of your fabulous houses!!! Love the vibrant yellow.

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Cathy Engberg said...

I love your houses! The yellow with the turquoise door is wonderful! It's so full of color. Great perspective!

Karen Bruson said...

Great angle. Love your colors.

Sherrie Hilliard said...

I always look for the "wow" and this one did it for me.....very good!

Mary Sheehan Winn said...

Love it!
Everything about this painting is captivating.

Linda Popple said...

Really fantastic, Jennifer! I love your house series. Charleston is a perfect place for interesting architecture.