The M.A.D. House Artists (Mom And Dad)

Grand Lake Artistic Chaos Foundation

Julie Phillips Bass

Another artist from the Great State of Texas!

From Table to wall, Julie can paint ANYTHING

“Field of Daisies” 8 x 10 is “for sale”

Contact Julie directly (click here) for prices and shipping.

”Hurricane Fishing” was painted may years ago.  I chose it because it reminded me of my Dad.  I call it “Arnold, Hank and Joe”. My dad (Arnold) always caught the biggest fish, my Uncle (Hank) has a feather in his hat and my Father-in-Law (Joe) has a “B” on his baseball hat.

Julie was one of Mom's very first friends after the Dreadful Move from Tulsa to Houston in 1965. They spent time at the beach and trying on makeup...and then lost track of each other. After a much too long time, they finally found each other again, and has Julie ever been busy in the past forty years! Who would have known that that pretty pre-teen would grow up to be the accomplished artist exhibited here? What a delightful discovery, to find that your friend has developed such a wonderful body of art!

Re: The Pears… lol… This still life oil painting of Gourds and Corn was a lesson taught by Cindy Forsythe in her art class.

The Set of 6 Rooster Placemats was a "What was I thinking?" project. "I bought the blank canvas mats off the "Clearance" rack...Oh My! No one is allowed to eat on them and worth a fortune for the amount of time invested ... Tee-hee!"

The Wreath is a pattern by Rosemary West; the wood is cut "by the man across the street". All Julie's colors are custom mixed in oils and accented in gold leafing.

Our thanks go to

Julie Phillips Bass

for allowing The M.A.D. House Artists

to host Julie's gallery of work as 

Artist of the Month of July, 2011.

Happy birthday July 23rd 

Many happy returns of the day!

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