“Lemon with Slice” – Fruit Still Life Oil Painting for Sale

Lemon with Slice small still life oil painting by Carolyn Jarvis
“Lemon with Slice” – 5″x7″ oil painting on canvas – available for sale

The brown background and wood table top give “Lemon with Slice” a classic feel. The painting looks good unframed on a mini easel on a table or bookcase. Or you could buy a standard size 5″x7″ ready-made frame for it. The price of this original, signed oil painting is $75 USD plus $10 shipping/handling within the U.S., and PayPal is accepted. To inquire about purchasing this painting, click here to email Carolyn.

Food still life paintings · Fruit paintings · Still life paintings

Two Cherries – Still Life Oil Painting by Carolyn Jarvis

Two Cherries still life painting by Carolyn Jarvis
Two Cherries 5″x7″ oil on panel – $50

“Two Cherries” is an unframed, 5″x7″ still life oil painting available for sale for $50.  Fill out the form below to email Carolyn Jarvis for information on how to purchase this painting using Pay Pal. 


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Fruit paintings · Still life paintings

Carolyn Jarvis Wins 2016 Sonoma County Fair Awards

Carolyn Jarvis wins 1st place in Professional Oils Still Life at the 2016 Sonoma County Fair, Santa Rosa, California.
Carolyn Jarvis at the 2016 Sonoma County Fair

I won 1st place Professional Oil Still Life, 1st place Professional Oil Seascape and Best of Division Professional Oil at the 2016 Sonoma County Fair, Santa Rosa, California.

Fruit paintings · Still life paintings

Pear with Dark Grapes

Pear with Dark Grapes by Carolyn Jarvis is a still life oil painting.
Pear with Dark Grapes

It’s pear and grape season here in California! I painted Pear with Dark Grapes, a 12″ x 12″ oil painting, using a brush and palette knife.


Fruit paintings · Still life paintings

Teacher’s Present

Painting of a red and green apple
Teacher’s Present

Teacher’s Present is a miniature  oil painting that I will be donating to the Valley Art Gallery Holiday Sale in Walnut Creek, California. All proceeds go to their annual Gloria Marshall Award which is given to a deserving school art program. I named it Teacher’s Present because I remember when I was a teacher, a student would give me an apple now and then. The apple I painted it from came from one of our apple trees.