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Memorial Day Sale!

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Memorial Day Sale!

In honor of the holiday weekend, I'm running a sale now through Monday at midnight. Use code mem2021 at checkout to get 15% off any purchase on this site!

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Spring 2021 Collection

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Spring 2021 Collection

The Late Blooming Watercolors Spring 2021 Collection is themed around spring, new growth, budding trees, and the color green. You'll love these pieces of custom art for your home decor, office wall decor, or home office decor if your walls are ready for a jolt of spring energy. These paintings range in size, from a small 5x7" painting that would be great in a small space or part of a group of artwork, to the largest piece which measures 14x10" and makes a bold statement.Each painting is also conveniently mounted on cradled board so they're ready to hang, no additional frame needed! So...

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Board Mounted Art

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Board Mounted Art

I offer a selection of my original watercolor paintings mounted on board. These board-mounted paintings are a modern and clean way to display custom art. They’re also ready to hang as soon as you get your nail in the wall, no additional frame needed. Easy peasy!   View this post on Instagram A post shared by Jen Roberts - Artist (@late_blooming_art)  

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2021 Art Calendar

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2021 Art Calendar

I made a calendar with my art!    While putting it together, I learned I mostly paint in portrait orientation, because I struggled to find enough landscape-oriented paintings to use. I'm going to have to work on that over the next year if I want to do this again for 2022, since I used all my favorites from my entire painting experience! I created the majority of the paintings this past year, mostly with my palette knife watercolor technique, but all of them feature my signature style of painting in watercolor without a brush. I have one extra available to purchase...

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Fall 2020 Shop Update

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Fall 2020 Shop Update

Are you familiar with the saying "the ever receding goal of perfection"? I think about this concept a lot because I have a tendency to only see what I need to improve on!I have to remind myself to stop at regular intervals to look back and see my progress. I've been doing some of that in the last few weeks. I think because I cut back on my studio time some at the beginning of the month, I had more time to just sit with and review my work. I had been working consistently for many months before this, and...

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