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A Portrait of Our House on Gosnold

Christmas 2007, my husband surprised me with a painting of our new home at 3916 Gosnold Avenue. It was one of the best gifts I ever received. The painting occupies a place of honor alongside our staircase wall. A couple weeks ago, a dear friend was looking at our home, as she knew someone who might be interested in purchasing it.  She saw the painting hanging on the wall and said, “Oh how beautiful! And now when you move out, you’ll always be able to take a little bit of your home with you.”

In addition to the painting (done by Kay Gillispie of Arbovale, WV), we’ve also been involved in the “Out and about Norfolk Plein Air Paint Out,” for the last three years, where local artists spend a day creating an artistic masterpiece of some Norfolk landmark. The second image came from such an event! It is an oil painting done by Gina Warren Buzby.

The third and fourth images were done by Morgan Sarah Ringer, and given to me as a gift. All four of these artistic works are among my favorite possessions on earth!

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Kay Gillispie's beautiful artwork hangs on the staircase wall in our home. If you look closely, you'll see the little house in the back yard.

Close-up of the artwork done by Kay Gillispie

Close-up of the artwork done by Kay Gillispie

Oil painting of our backyard, done by Gina Buzby

Oil painting of our backyard, done by Gina Buzby

And another lovely piece done by Morgan Sarah Ringer!

And another lovely piece done by Morgan Sarah Ringer!

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Morgan's rendition of Teddy the Dog staring down the little house!

My favorite angle is the side, which shows off those quarter-round windows and new canvas awning.

And my favorite "view" of the house is from this angle, which shows off those quarter-round windows and new canvas awning.

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  1. Rachel
    July 27th, 2011 at 14:38 | #1

    What a wonderful gift! I think your house is absolutely beautiful and I have enjoyed your posts and tales as you restored it. I feel as if I were there the entire time watching these projects.

  2. Debra Able
    July 31st, 2011 at 17:44 | #2

    I accidentally stumbled upon your blog, actually by seeing a picture of Addie Hoyt, which led me to the blog. I have totally enjoyed reading all you have written and your photos as well! Thank you from Indiana!

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