Thursday, May 28, 2009

Three Families

Oil on canvas 40"x30" $1295 plus shipping
If you are interested in purchasing this painting please
email me at

The last two days I have not been creating but cleaning.
I must have the Spring cleaning bug. I hope to make it to
my studio today. I have another drawing I have in my

It looks like '2 Crows' sold. The check is 'in the mail'.
I will be selling Giclee prints of it. So if anyone is interested
it will be the same prices and deal as the coyote and the Angel.

If you don't already know about the beautiful art Brian Eno
has created and is shining on the Sydney Opera House you
will want to check this out (thanks to Rocky for sending it to

Today's post is Three Families which as a painting has had
several incarnations. I am hoping this is it. C'est finis!


Uta said...

The Three Families has such lovely rich colours. I can't stop looking at it.

Some of the buildings in Adelaide had wonderful light displays which I was lucky enough to see. The state library had big bookshelves covered with books and the museum had fossils. It took a long time to view them all as the display changed every so often. It was absolutely breathtaking.

Teri said...

Katherine--What will the prints cost? I have been thinking about the crow painting for days wishing that I could have afforded it right now. Crows speak to me; they call to me and tell me things are OK; they seem to guide me. What about you? How do they affect you?

Katherine said...

Uta your appreciation of this painting is nice to hear, I really put a lot in this darn painting.

I would love to see this! Is this a yearly occurrence? Is it in all the major cities? One of these days I want to make my way to Australia. I have always been fascinated about it. I have watched just about every Australian movie I could find. It's funny but I think Australia comes in 2nd after the US in the number of visitors to this blog.

Katherine said...

(I am copying this from the Coyote on the side bar)Beautiful Giclee prints are available on Hahnemuhle rag paper with archival ink. 22x30 $250, 18x24 $150. Second print (of any of my Giclees) is half the price. Shipping cost varies.

The prints have been beautiful and high quality. It is difficult to see that they are prints.

Thank you for asking.