A few of the artists at the Celebration of Fine Art create images with a bit of humor and whimsey and sometimes a touch of irony. Barbara Rudolf is one of those artists. I featured one of her paintings last year. It was the clever take on To Kill A Mockingbird with her version called Tequila Mockingbird. (It's at the bottom of this post.) I thought this play on Crime and Punishment was also pretty clever.
My favorite painting from this year's collection was another one with a tequila theme. This one is just so exquisitely painted.
Another artist with a sense of humor is Leah Kiser. I loved this painting called fine feathered friends. Pink cats covered in feathers are truly a rare sight! Ms. Kiser says she gets a lot of inspiration from her young children. If you check her link, you will see some of her dancing dinosaurs.
I featured Jenny Foster about two years ago but she deserves another look. Her whimsical animals will always put a smile on my face. I loved this long-eared rabbit. Jenny was a joy to talk to. She's every bit as happy and spirited as her wonderful paintings.
I've been going to this event every year and posting about it since 2010. If you are curious about other artists you can click the tag C of FA at the bottom of the page.