Helping Hands after E H Shepard poster by Maria Hunt. Our posters are produced on acid-free papers using archival inks to guarantee that they last a lifetime without fading or loss of color. All posters include a 1" white border around the image to allow for future framing and matting, if desired.
One in a series of 3 watercolor paintings with Winnie the Pooh and friends. The originals were painted for my granddaughter\'s room. While she was... more
One in a series of 3 watercolor paintings with Winnie the Pooh and friends. The originals were painted for my granddaughter\'s room. While she was still in the hospital, Pooh with the balloon was being painted on her wall. I couldn't figure out how to do the bees swarming around pooh. I worked it out, put a pink tee shirt on Pooh to finish. In this painting, Christopher Robin pulls pooh out of Rabbits home with the help of his friends. Such a fun picture to create Go to my "Kid\'s Art" gallery to see the other two. When my granddaughter's dad (my son) was young, he squirmed when I read to him, unless I read Winnie the Pooh. I think he put himself in Christopher Robin's place(and his favorite stuffed animal was Tigger.) I could read the whole book with him so still.
3rd Place tie - Nursery Room Paintings or Drawings 12/27/17
2nd Place tie -Sketches and Characters Contest - May 2017
2nd place - Collaborate Contest. 4'/2/17
1st place ABC Group's weekly c...
About Maria Hunt
"ART, something I always wanted as part of my life, HAS become a passion that fills my soul, and leaves me full of joy, one brushstroke at a time."
After 30 years as a successful business woman, Maria Hunt, finding the nest empty, and having fulfilled her role as financial contributor, retired to the Palm Springs area, pursuing her childhood dream of studying and creating art. She started in 2000 with art classes at College of the Desert. She refined her skills in plein air painting by attending workshops across the U.S. The years left to get "really good" at art are diminishing, and her focus is laser sharp. She spends one week a month teaching art to Children (and older versions of children) She...