I Need Your Opinion

As many of you know, a large part of my art consist of paintings on brick pavers. These paintings are decorative and many people display them on tables, bookcases and such. Some of my clients use them as doorstops. They are each signed with my name “Cherry” and the year of completion.

Well I decided to add a disclaimer to go along with the bricks. I would love to get your opinion on it. Please let me know what you think. Here goes.


Disclaimer: I, Sandra Cherry Jones, painter and seller of this painted brick declare that I am not responsible for it’s unlawful use. The intended purpose is for it to be used as a decoration only. If found please do not contact me, Sandra Cherry Jones. I was not there. It was not me.

Have a nice day!

Sandra Cherry Jones Cape Lookout Lighthouse  ( North Carolina )102_0433

You can see my paintings on bricks and other art at http://www.artisttoostudios.etsy.com



Painting In Progress Video

I have a video of one of my paintings in progress on You Tube. This is my first video.   I used a red painted canvas to support the background of the painting. I started using this technique for some of my paintings after taking a workshop with artist, Stephen Filarsky. I love the way that the red color is left throughout parts of the painting. I hope that you will check it out  on You Tube.  The title of it is ” Fishing Showdown Painting In Progress”. LIKE it if you like it.


Poinsettia Brick

The poinsettia plant is probably the most popular plant for this time of the year, and I enjoy painting it. I always paint it on a brick, maybe one of these days I will paint it on canvas.

Poinsettia Painting On A brick

Small Paintings

These paintings are part of a series of small paintings that I am doing. They are 5″x7″ inches in size and are painted on canvas panels. I used my favorite medium,  acrylics. They are of Vincent Van Gogh’s Sunflowers, his self-portrait, and my love birds.

Vincent Van Gogh's Sunflowers, Van Gogh's Portrait and Love Birds


Painting On Bricks ( photos continued)

I painted new bricks. I often paint the North Carolina lighthouses but no two images are exactly alike.

Outdoor Art Festivals (gotta love em)

Don’t get me wrong I love participating in outdoor shows, but I have made a short list of things I hope to avoid in the future. #Don’t set up when a hurricane is expected in a few days and you are already experiencing the wind from it. # Don’t set your tent up near expensive antique cars. Hurricane winds,tents and antique cars are not a good mix.  This list to be continued later, until then enjoy the shows!Windy Art Show