Red, White, and Blue

Tomorrow is the 4th of July holiday and today on the blog we are celebrating the spirit of summer with designs inspired by patriotic colors. Although I’m generally partial to neutral colors, I’ve always been drawn to a classic New England look that often incorporates red, white, and blue. Mr. B and I be celebrating by the water (one of my “happy places”) and heading to La Jolla. The fact that the holiday falls in the middle of the week this year is a bit of a bummer but it’s still a good excuse to seize the day and enjoy what summer has to offer, even if only for one day. What are your holiday plans?

I wish you a very Happy 4th of July. Stay safe..stay sane…

All the best, V.

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There’s nothing more classic than a good stripe so I created a series of thick stripes executed in watercolor. Most have already sold and very few are still available.

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SOLD. This is another painting I created for a client in Boston. This is one in a series of four different designs but all incorporated the same brighter blue and red tones. The colors seem most appropriateĀ for a New England interior.

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3 thoughts on “Red, White, and Blue

    1. With the weather finally heating up, it definitely feels like summer is now in full swing. Have s great 4th.

  1. Love all the images you’ve shared. I too have an affinity for patriotic colors but I think I’d have trouble living with them day in and day out. My husband on the other hand would love to live a true Ralph Lauren lifestyle. It’s perfect for today however and I especially enjoyed your coastal images. Have a great time in La Jolla & Happy 4th!

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