Friday, May 7, 2010

Want to learn how to paint old fashion roses
Jo-Anne Coletti Style ???
Coming soon easy to learn "Pattern Packets" on how to paint roses on wood, canvas and paper projects.
Stay Tuned...

14 comments:

C'est Moi, Julie Marie said...

Hello Jo~Anne, I would sooo love to learn to paint like you, but that would be impossible, as you are truly one of a kind... your roses carry such special meanings behind them... I also love the lilacs in your previous post, my favorite! Happy Mother's Day to you... xoxo Julie Marie

Ginger said...

I just found your blog and ohhhhhh I am in love. Such beauty to behold. I will be spending a lot of time here. Hope you can visit me sometime. Can't wait to see how to paint the roses.

Ginger
glitter and roses

A Cottage Muse said...

Hi Jo-Anne...Hope you enjoyed your chilly Mother's Day! What a delicious looking treat from your son! Learning to paint roses from you would be such a treat for me! Looking forward to seeing what you will be offering!

Enjoy your day ~ Sandi.

Jean Tuthill said...

I would love this--can't wait for the details!

Sandy @ My Shabby Streamside Studio said...

Count me in!

patricia said...

por casualidad encontre tu blogg ....me encanta todo es realmente hermoso,me encantarĂ­a aprender a pintar rosas, mi correo mpatricia.sandoval@hotmail.com
se poco de computacion y recien estoy descubriendo todo lo que se encuentra en internet,estoy maravillada....

saludos

Tanza said...

Hi Joanne,
Ooohhh noooo !! You're going to teach us to paint roses !! hahaha ... You would kick me out of class the first day !! How fun it would truly be to be able to paint like you !! I don't think I would have a surface in my home without a rose !! You simply are talented, and have that special touch !!

I LoVe all my peeks into your beautiful "Bloomin" world !!I can almost SMELL the roses !! have a wonderful rest of your week sweet friend ~
hugs ~tea~ xo

annor said...

hi there... how sweet.....

Moments of Grace said...

Jo-Anne,
I am so thrilled to find your blog. I have been a fan of your work for several years. I remember the issue if Romantic Homes in which you painted roses inside a beautiful sea shell. I was captivated by the article. Please keep posting your lovely, lovely, work.

Strange that I should find your post when I am just beginning to want to paint roses. I will never be able to paint like you but I would love to try.

Please continue with your lovely posts and beautiful photos. Blessings to you today.

In Grace,
Marie

Niesz Vintage Home said...

Oh, I can't tell you how many times I was working on a "trash to treasure" makeover and wished I could hand paint pretty roses!

I've always had to settle with water slide decals.
I'm eager to hear about it.

Kimberly :-)

Dominique said...

I love your style, it is vintage and old country looking. I especially like the light, fluffy colors you use in your work. I am constantly reminded of the French country, especially in South France, in your pieces. I enjoyed viewing your work. Thank you for the inspiring art!

C. Dianne Zweig said...

Sounds like a wining idea, Dianne

Roberta said...

Love this cabinet Jo! very pretty display too. xoR

Daisy said...

Hello Jo-Anne, I am just amazed by your talent. I just started painting roses and would love to take a class from you. I was wondering if you travel to Long Island to give classes. Thank you, Diane