Thursday, November 18, 2010

"Good Things Small Packages" - Women Artists of the West Small Format Sale

Women Artists of the West
is featuring Good Things, Small Packages, an on-line, small format art sale, perfect for the holidays. You will find beautiful art from some of the top artists in the country, so I hope you will take a look.

I am offering three small format paintings for sale as part of this show.

Aspen Study #1, 10" x 8", oil on panel, not framed
$75.00 and includes shipping.

Aspen Study #2, 10" x 8", oil on panel, not framed.
$75.00, includes shipping

Cloud Study #1. 8" x 10", oil on panel, not framed

If you are interested in purchasing any of these small paintings, please email me

There are many beautiful and affordable paintings offered for sale during this show, so if my work isn't quite what you want, please take a look at what the other artists have to offer. Most pieces are framed. My paintings will fit into standard frames, leaving you the option of framing that suits your tastes, while keeping the price within your comfort levels.

Please enjoy all the beautiful work and have a joyous holiday season!

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Along the Deschutes

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Oil landscape on an 8" by 16" RayMar linen panel

This is another painting offered during my studio sale. I hope you'll take a look. It is not framed, but the size of 8 x 16 should not be too expensive for custom framing. Besides you get to pick the framing you want.

Sunday, November 7, 2010

Year End Studio Sale


It's the last two months of the year and I would like to thank all my supporters and collectors by offering a year-end Studio Sale. I am offering smaller paintings for sale and using ebay to allow you to bid on your favorite piece. Because of the economy - and out of gratitude - I am starting each auction at an extremely low price so I hope you'll click over to ebay and see what's happening.

This painting is titled "Tempest". It is 14" by 14" on 1.5" stretchers, a wonderful linen that I prepared using rabbit skin glue and an oil ground. I've painted the edge thinking that it could be framed in a float frame with just a hint of the color vibrating between canvas and frame. It's not framed (one reason for the low starting bid) and could live quite happily on your wall just as it is until framing is desired.

Thank you again for all of your supportive comments and feedback. I appreciate the time you have invested here.