It’s always a pleasure to exhibit at Alexandrian Public Library. Most years, I get one month to display and sell my artwork. I thought I’d try a different approach this time and hang matted prints of my paintings. These happen to be reproductions of paintings that have sold, so they’re no longer available. But the prints are and for a great price, too.
Here’s the order they’re in as you walk in the library. You can see the fire alarm is the first thing as you walk in and requires a smaller piece. I put over it “Holi’s First Dance”, a decorated elephant painting. Also, “Can I go home with you?” which is a popular print of mine.
Keep walking and you come upon “Mysterious Mother Nature”, a personal favorite of mine. I use it for a lot of my branding. Along side of it is “Shelby’s Sea Turtle”, a realistic sea turtle swimming in the ocean.
A little further you see “Sharing Sunset Love”, a mother and daughter at the edge of the ocean at sunset. Next to it is an abstract titled Portal of “Optimistic Torment”.
A little ways down is “Nectar of the Gods”, a nice glass of wine with a harlequin pattern and “Poppycock”, an angry rooster posing with poppy flowers. Have you ever seen a rooster that didn’t look angry? Hah.
Finally, the Green Man peering out from the oak leaves titled “Forest Guardian”. His eyes are quite piercing don’t you think?
All of my reproductions as of now are open stock which means they’re always available. So if you see one you’d love to own and display in your home let me know. I’d be happy to pack it up and send it your way.
As of this writing, I’m transitioning my online shop where you can purchase my originals and prints but that’s a work in progress for the prints. For now, look here in my current shop and if you don’t see it listed I can order one for you no problem.
This post really should’ve posted a few weeks ago, because this is January’s exhibit. We’ve had an ice storm the other day, but as soon as the library opens back up I’ll be picking up my art, probably tomorrow. What happened to January? It went by so fast!
Real quick, in paranormal news… I’ve got a two night ghost investigation this weekend! I’m headed to the Asher Walton House with the Hot Flash Honeys. It’s an 1868 Victorian era mansion in Atlanta, Indiana which is a few hours from my house. Hopefully, it’ll be filled with ghosts! Stay tuned and I’ll let you know.
Learn more about me on the ‘About’ page under the additional links menu. I’m an artist – a painter mostly and an avid gardener. I paint a variety of subjects including birds, koi fish, my gardens, ponds and flowers as well as anything having to do with nature especially trees and tropical scenes. I also enjoy painting abstracts and have started created more and more of them. My most favorite thing to try to achieve in my painting is is mystery and telling mystical stories.
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