PDXOS Community 6 Preview Show

July 29th, 2016

Please join me at this upcoming art event! My artwork will be on display and it’s a great chance to meet some local SE Portland artists if you are in the area.

Ben Will Gallery is hosting a Portland Open Studios Preview Show for the artists in Community 6, which includes nine artists selected by Portland Open Studios to represent Foster-Powell, Mt. Scott-Arleta, South Tabor, Woodstock and Creston-Kenilworth neighborhoods.

Portland Open Studios 2016 Community 6

Portland Open Studios 2016 Community 6

This Preview Show will feature live music with artists in attendance from these areas to talk with you about their art process and the Portland Open Studios Tour on the 2nd & 3rd weekend in October. All art, prints, sculpture and ceramics by the artists will be for sale at Ben Will Gallery.

Mark your calendar! Saturday, August 13, 5:30 pm at Ben Will Gallery4533 SE 67th Ave, Portland, OR 97206.

Ben Will Gallery, Portland, OR

Ben Will Gallery, Portland, OR

The artists in this exhibit are Cedar LeeNicole BereczkiShawn DemarestKelli MacConnellAlison O’Donoghue, Ben Will, Jill TorbersonVicki Wilson, and John Shlichta.

Dragonfly’s Discovery

July 26th, 2016

Here is “Dragonfly’s Discovery!”

The color gradient in the background goes from deep violet shadow at the bottom to bright scarlet and yellow at the top. This makes me imagine the orbs are rising slowly upwards as they float through the space. As I painted it, I was thinking of the symbolism of the Lotus, the light part of our human nature rising above the dark.

Dragonfly's Discovery. 24" x 36", Oil on Canvas, © 2016 Cedar Lee

Dragonfly’s Discovery. 24″ x 36″, Oil on Canvas, © 2016 Cedar Lee

In this colorful abstract fantasy world, a happy little dragonfly flits about through spiral shapes and orbs of light, zeroing in on this pair of lush blossoming flowers.

It feels like a joyful celebration!

Detail: Dragonfly's Discovery. 24" x 36", Oil on Canvas, © 2016 Cedar Lee

The composition of the two lotus flowers is similar to the twin blooms from my painting “Lotus Bubbles,” while the spiral shapes, orbs of light, circles or dots, however you choose to see them, are a motif I’ve played with in some of my previous paintings, especially “Glow Within.” I’ve incorporated a similar motif into the foreground of my Tree of Life painting”Seed Moon Rising.” And looking back, I realized that I did something similar in this cat portrait I painted almost 10 years ago!

Detail: Dragonfly's Discovery. 24" x 36", Oil on Canvas, © 2016 Cedar Lee

Detail: Dragonfly’s Discovery. 24″ x 36″, Oil on Canvas, © 2016 Cedar Lee

Detail: Dragonfly's Discovery. 24" x 36", Oil on Canvas, © 2016 Cedar Lee

Detail: Dragonfly’s Discovery. 24″ x 36″, Oil on Canvas, © 2016 Cedar Lee

Detail: Dragonfly's Discovery. 24" x 36", Oil on Canvas, © 2016 Cedar Lee

Detail: Dragonfly’s Discovery. 24″ x 36″, Oil on Canvas, © 2016 Cedar Lee

2 feet high and 3 feet across, this is a large painting. The edges of the canvas are extra deep, so the painting comes out away from the wall more than most wall art you’ll see. I’ve created very thick paint texture with cold wax medium and palette knives. These features combine with the bold red, gold and white color scheme to give this painting a dramatic impact!

Detail: Dragonfly's Discovery. 24" x 36", Oil on Canvas, © 2016 Cedar Lee

Detail: Dragonfly’s Discovery. 24″ x 36″, Oil on Canvas, © 2016 Cedar Lee

Here I Go Again…Plans for New Art Studio!

July 24th, 2016

Let me introduce you to the place where I’ve been painting for the past year: a tiny room in my basement. The small window pictured here is the only source of natural light. The carpet is red. The wallpaper is 80s. The space is cramped.

It actually looks more spacious in this picture than it has in months, because I’ve just sold a ton of artwork, then moved out almost everything that was left, to clear some more work space. Since I can’t store much finished art in here, I try to move things to the walls of my home or out to exhibits as quickly as possible.

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Art studio of Cedar Lee

A quick glimpse at my bare-bones setup: you can see here that I sit straight on the floor to paint, with my paints and tools spread out all around me. I do not have shelves for my supplies, a chair, or much furniture to speak of. Sometimes I have a drying rack for finished paintings set up with 2x4s on a set of sawhorses. In this photo, the 2x4s can be seen in the left background, directly on the floor with paintings drying on them.

Art studio of Cedar Lee

Art studio of Cedar Lee

Many times, I have had to move things out of the way just to move around the room, turned to put something down and bumped my elbow or knee in the cramped space, and climbed or crawled over and under paintings, blank canvases, tools and supplies. My easel moves from corner to corner to accommodate whatever paintings I’m working on at the moment.

The reason I haven’t spent much time or effort on comforts or organization in this studio is that I’ve thought of it as a temporary work space since I moved in. From Day 1, the plan has always been to build a new studio outbuilding in my back yard as soon as possible. Over the past year, I have researched, planned, gotten bids for work, saved up funds, gotten more bids, and saved up more funds.

Now, about a year and fifty-two paintings later…(I just checked my files and counted. Wow!!) I am finally at the point where the new studio is really starting to happen!

This is a picture from about this time last year, when I first chose this spot to be my future build site. As you can see, last summer, the space held a mini corn field and lots of shrubs.

Build site for new Cedar Lee art studio

Build site for new Cedar Lee art studio

This is my studio build site today:

Build site for new Cedar Lee art studio

Build site for new Cedar Lee art studio

Last week I had this gravel pad foundation installed! I bartered a painting for part of the labor, which was an amazingly feel-good, win-win transaction for both myself and my landscaper. The site is now a blank canvas ready for building. Construction starts next week. I’ll be hiring a builder to put up the structure, then I’ll finish the interior myself, as I did last time with my old back yard studio in California.

This studio is going to be so cool! I have planned out a 12′ x 16′ room full of windows–one of the corners will be made of glass to let in maximum light. There will be double French doors, clerestory windows across the front, a dramatic slanted roof, and a small overhang on one side to use as a rudimentary covered porch. I’ll have good insulation, power for lights, heating and cooling, ventilation, and a shop sink outside the building for easy cleanup.

I hope to be moved in by the fall! More updates to come.

Salem Art Festival & Portland Open Studios

July 17th, 2016

On Friday, I worked a booth at the Salem Art Festival, spreading the word about Portland Open Studios!

Portland Open Studios is a group of just over 100 artists in the Portland, OR metro area, myself included, who will be opening their studios up to the public during the 2nd and 3rd weekends in October.

If you are local to Portland, put it on your calendar! You will be astonished to see where and how different artists work. The variety of techniques and mediums we all use is truly impressive. It is a great way for any art lover to meet a lot of artists and pick our brains. And, if you feel compelled to seek some new pieces of art for your home, this will be a perfect opportunity to do so.

I will be at my studio greeting visitors during the whole event in October. Otherwise, I would take the tour myself!

Cedar Lee at Salem Art Festival, 2016

Cedar Lee at Salem Art Festival, 2016

If you will be taking the tour, you have to buy a tour guide & map. A tour guide is $15 and covers 2 adults. Kids under 18 are free! This comes with a mobile app as well. You also have the option of buying the mobile app alone, which still gets you admission and a map, but does not include as much info about the artists, for only $4.99. You can purchase your tour guide here, anytime between now and October!

So, in between explaining this exciting upcoming event to people at the PDXOS booth in Salem, I worked a little bit on this Lotus painting in progress, working with a palette knife and cold wax medium, as well as with oil and brushes, to show some of my techniques.

Cedar Lee at Salem Art Festival, 2016

Cedar Lee at Salem Art Festival, 2016

I got a lot of curious visitors. Some of my favorite people to talk to were younger aspiring artists and little kids!

Cedar Lee at Salem Art Festival, 2016

Cedar Lee at Salem Art Festival, 2016

This month I am working on several of these large Lotus paintings so they’ll be ready to deliver to this handcrafted furniture store/new Portland gallery next month, Eco Art PDX–their focus until now has been beautiful handmade wooden furniture, but now they are expanding to include an art gallery. I’ll be among the first artists showing there. Pretty cool!

The Lotus paintings will be taking a lot of my time for the coming weeks, but I have other projects in the works, ready to start when this group of paintings is done–lots of blank canvases are awaiting new images!

Golden Lotus

June 30th, 2016

Here is “Golden Lotus.”

Golden Lotus. 36" x 48", Oil on Wood, © Cedar Lee 2016

Golden Lotus. 36″ x 48″, Oil on Wood, © Cedar Lee 2016

This is the largest Lotus painting I’ve done yet, 3′ x 4′! Bursting with color, this painting will fill a large wall.

Artist Cedar Lee with her painting: Golden Lotus. 36" x 48", Oil on Wood, © Cedar Lee 2016

Artist Cedar Lee with her painting: Golden Lotus. 36″ x 48″, Oil on Wood, © Cedar Lee 2016

Most of my previous Lotus paintings have featured white or pink flowers. For this painting I wanted my lotus to be primarily yellow and gold. However, because of the way I’ve built up many layers of color, when you look closely, you can see many colors shining through: pink, purple, orange, red, and even tiny hints of green.

Detail: Golden Lotus. 36" x 48", Oil on Wood, © Cedar Lee 2016

Detail: Golden Lotus. 36″ x 48″, Oil on Wood, © Cedar Lee 2016

The background is rough and bold.

Detail: Golden Lotus. 36" x 48", Oil on Wood, © Cedar Lee 2016

Detail: Golden Lotus. 36″ x 48″, Oil on Wood, © Cedar Lee 2016

The shadow beneath the petals is a rich deep purple. The yellow-green leaves are enormous. It makes you feel like a tiny creature observing these majestic plants.

Detail: Golden Lotus. 36" x 48", Oil on Wood, © Cedar Lee 2016

Detail: Golden Lotus. 36″ x 48″, Oil on Wood, © Cedar Lee 2016

The painting continuing around the deep edges is particularly dramatic on this painting, because of the vibrancy of the colors.

Detail: Golden Lotus. 36" x 48", Oil on Wood, © Cedar Lee 2016

Detail: Golden Lotus. 36″ x 48″, Oil on Wood, © Cedar Lee 2016

I love it! It will still be drying for a while, and I intend to enjoy it as much as possible before it heads on its way to hang in a gallery or someone’s home.

Artist Cedar Lee with her painting: Golden Lotus. 36" x 48", Oil on Wood, © Cedar Lee 2016

Artist Cedar Lee with her painting: Golden Lotus. 36″ x 48″, Oil on Wood, © Cedar Lee 2016

Lotus Bubbles

June 27th, 2016

This painting, “Lotus Bubbles,” goes along with my last painting, now sold, “Hope Bubbles Up.” That was the first Lotus painting I’ve done where I incorporated bubbles into the design. It was a purely impulsive thing I did just for fun, but now I’ve been exploring that whimsical theme more!

This painting shows a pair of blooming lotuses standing up straight with bubbles rising all around them. Huge, glossy green leaves fill the bottom of the painting.

Lotus Bubbles. 30″ x 24″, Oil on Wood, © 2016 Cedar Lee

Lotus Bubbles. 30″ x 24″, Oil on Wood, © 2016 Cedar Lee

Like my last painting, this one is also painted mostly with a palette knife and lots of cold wax medium, for thick texture.

Details like the outlines around the flowers and stems, and the bubbles, were then painted over this heavily textured surface with oil glazes.

Close-up detail: Lotus Bubbles. 30″ x 24″, Oil on Wood, © 2016 Cedar Lee

Close-up detail: Lotus Bubbles. 30″ x 24″, Oil on Wood, © 2016 Cedar Lee

The result is a visually rich experience when you look at the painting in person–a flat image from across the room, but with hills and valleys, ridges and lumps when you explore it up close. Surprising bits of color glow through other layers of color.

Close-up detail: Lotus Bubbles. 30″ x 24″, Oil on Wood, © 2016 Cedar Lee

Close-up detail: Lotus Bubbles. 30″ x 24″, Oil on Wood, © 2016 Cedar Lee

I’m in love with the vibrancy of this palette–so warm and sunny!

Close-up detail: Lotus Bubbles. 30″ x 24″, Oil on Wood, © 2016 Cedar Lee

Close-up detail: Lotus Bubbles. 30″ x 24″, Oil on Wood, © 2016 Cedar Lee

This is currently the only painting I have from my Lotus series–you can see a selection of my favorites here. I can proudly say that every single one of the originals I’ve ever made for this series has been sold to a happy collector!

Lotus Bubbles. 30″ x 24″, Oil on Wood, © 2016 Cedar Lee

Lotus Bubbles. 30″ x 24″, Oil on Wood, © 2016 Cedar Lee

This series has not been my primary focus over the past several years, as I’ve been expanding my Looking Up and Tree of Life series.

However, it is something I continue to come back to again and again, and I have no intention of abandoning this theme anytime soon. I’ve often thought of my Lotus paintings as a form of creative palate cleanser for me in between projects. “Oh, I’m tired–I need to do a Lotus painting!” There is something so sweet and joyful about creating these ones. I always have so much fun with them. I think that spirit of fun comes through in the paintings.

Next up on my easel is the largest Lotus painting I’ve done yet–36″ x 48″! It is taking me a while to finish because of the large size. Stay tuned for that one.

After my big Spring Sale, I’ve been packing and shipping the sold paintings every week, managing all the invoices, and getting the bonus gifts of greeting cards printed and shipped out to each buyer.

Sold artwork waiting to be sent to buyers, art studio of Cedar Lee

Sold artwork waiting to be sent to buyers, art studio of Cedar Lee

So now that I’m coming to the end of such a great sale, and with a few more unexpected sales since, I’ve finally gone through the process of taking inventory of what I have left.

This seemed like a good time to update my pricing structure to be more streamlined–something I’ve been wanting to do for a long time. I now have only 7 prices total, ranging from $290 to $2,490 (with exceptions for custom or very large-scale pieces.) I have 1-3 of my commonly used canvas sizes assigned to each price point.

As I assigned each available piece to one of my new price points, it worked out in such a way that some of my paintings moved slightly up in price and some moved slightly down. So, if you’ve had your eye on a particular piece, make sure to check if the price has changed! You can see my currently available art here. You’ll notice that all I have now are several of the large-scale redwood forest paintings, and about 20 of my recently completed small Tree of Life paintings on 12″ x 16″ canvases.

My plans for the coming months, in addition to working on new Lotus paintings, include creating more paintings for my long-lost love, my Eclipse series! I have a big solo show coming up in 2017 with an eclipse theme, and as of yet no artwork for it. More news about that to come!

Oh, and in the meantime, I probably should not neglect my Looking Up series, as that is the theme I submitted to Portland Open Studios, which I am IN, in October, and I’ll have to have some new pieces to show people then. (I’m thinking…maybe some new ones with autumn leaves…) :) By the way, if you’re in the Portland area, it is worth looking into getting tickets to this awesome event that will be happening in artist’s studios all over the city. I will be in the good company of about 100 absurdly talented and diversely skilled local artists.

*Gulp* The pressure is on…As usual–ha!

Hope Bubbles Up

May 27th, 2016

Here is “Hope Bubbles Up”–the newest addition to my Lotus series.
This painting differs from the rest of my work in this series because it has bubbles!

Hope Bubbles Up. 30" x 24", Oil on Wood, © 2016 Cedar Lee

Hope Bubbles Up. 30″ x 24″, Oil on Wood, © 2016 Cedar Lee

The bubbles were an impulsive addition. When I looked at the rest of the painting–the loose, splashy, fun feel of it, I thought, “This needs bubbles!”

Close-up detail: Hope Bubbles Up. 30" x 24", Oil on Wood, © 2016 Cedar Lee

Close-up detail: Hope Bubbles Up. 30″ x 24″, Oil on Wood, © 2016 Cedar Lee

The bubbles are rising up through the colors, both transparent and reflective.

Close-up detail: Hope Bubbles Up. 30" x 24", Oil on Wood, © 2016 Cedar Lee

Close-up detail: Hope Bubbles Up. 30″ x 24″, Oil on Wood, © 2016 Cedar Lee

The bubbles work alongside the symbolism of the Lotus flower–ethereal, rising up. They also suffuse the whole image with a feeling of fun and joyfulness.

Close-up detail: Hope Bubbles Up. 30" x 24", Oil on Wood, © 2016 Cedar Lee

Close-up detail: Hope Bubbles Up. 30″ x 24″, Oil on Wood, © 2016 Cedar Lee

Most of the painting was done with a palette knife. I created a sculptural texture with cold wax medium. Because it’s painted on wood, I was able to lay on the paint very thickly.

Close-up detail: Hope Bubbles Up. 30" x 24", Oil on Wood, © 2016 Cedar Lee

Close-up detail: Hope Bubbles Up. 30″ x 24″, Oil on Wood, © 2016 Cedar Lee

Close-up detail: Hope Bubbles Up. 30" x 24", Oil on Wood, © 2016 Cedar Lee

Close-up detail: Hope Bubbles Up. 30″ x 24″, Oil on Wood, © 2016 Cedar Lee

It’s a big painting and was so much fun to make. I’m already working on something similar that’s even larger!

Cedar Lee with her Lotus art: Hope Bubbles Up. 30" x 24", Oil on Wood, © 2016 Cedar Lee

Cedar Lee with her Lotus art: Hope Bubbles Up. 30″ x 24″, Oil on Wood, © 2016 Cedar Lee

Hope Bubbles Up. 30" x 24", Oil on Wood, © 2016 Cedar Lee

Hope Bubbles Up. 30″ x 24″, Oil on Wood, © 2016 Cedar Lee

My Spring Sale will be coming to a close in only 3 days. Many are sold, but there’s still time to claim a painting before the sale is over, and get free shipping, a free gift, and more. Go check it out!

Moon Watcher

May 19th, 2016

Here is “Moon Watcher.”

Cedar Lee with her art: Moon Watcher. 12" x 36", Oil on Canvas, © 2016 Cedar Lee

Cedar Lee with her art: Moon Watcher. 12″ x 36″, Oil on Canvas, © 2016 Cedar Lee

This Tree of Life is enormous, ancient and regal.

Moon Watcher. 12" x 36", Oil on Canvas, © 2016 Cedar Lee

Moon Watcher. 12″ x 36″, Oil on Canvas, © 2016 Cedar Lee

The giant full moon hangs near the horizon over deep green hills. And standing on top of one of the tree’s roots, which rises up out of the ground like a lookout tower, is this little person. She surveys the landscape spread out below, the streaks of atmosphere in the starry sky, and the quiet, beautiful moon.

Detail: Moon Watcher. 12" x 36", Oil on Canvas, © 2016 Cedar Lee

Detail: Moon Watcher. 12″ x 36″, Oil on Canvas, © 2016 Cedar Lee

I imagine her as cultivating her own independence. She’s an intrepid adventurer!

To me, it looks like she is drawing strength from the sturdy tree. The whorls and contours of the massive trunk are gray, gold and lavender in the milky moonlight.

Detail: Moon Watcher. 12" x 36", Oil on Canvas, © 2016 Cedar Lee

Detail: Moon Watcher. 12″ x 36″, Oil on Canvas, © 2016 Cedar Lee

The stars shine like diamonds.

Detail: Moon Watcher. 12" x 36", Oil on Canvas, © 2016 Cedar Lee

Detail: Moon Watcher. 12″ x 36″, Oil on Canvas, © 2016 Cedar Lee

This is one of many new paintings in my Spring Sale that have sold before they’re dry! You can expect several of the newly sold pieces to become available as prints on my Fine Art America page over the next few weeks.

Moon Watcher. 12" x 36", Oil on Canvas, © 2016 Cedar Lee

Moon Watcher. 12″ x 36″, Oil on Canvas, © 2016 Cedar Lee

If you haven’t yet visiting my big sale, check it out. People are taking advantage of the extended payment plans and free shipping to get beautiful art onto their walls. The sale will be up until May 30th!

Invoicing, packing and shipping is keeping me busy this week. I am available if you have any questions–just email.

Runaway

May 16th, 2016

This whimsical painting is called “Runaway.”

Runaway. 12" x 36", Oil on Canvas, © 2016 Cedar Lee

Runaway. 12″ x 36″, Oil on Canvas, © 2016 Cedar Lee

I started with this rolling green landscape, and a full golden moon hanging in the sky above the hills. The sky is rich with hazy blue clouds and a spattering of twinkling stars.

Detail: Runaway. 12" x 36", Oil on Canvas, © 2016 Cedar Lee

Detail: Runaway. 12″ x 36″, Oil on Canvas, © 2016 Cedar Lee

To me, it looks like the tree, with its curved branches reaching, is calling out, beckoning towards the moon on its path through the sky.

After I painted that part, I sat back and looked at the painting, asking myself what else it needed. Suddenly, I envisioned this little person, sprinting down the hill towards the tree, his path lit by the big moon overhead. It had to be. I added him, and it transformed the image into something fun and exhilarating!

Detail: Runaway. 12" x 36", Oil on Canvas, © 2016 Cedar Lee

Detail: Runaway. 12″ x 36″, Oil on Canvas, © 2016 Cedar Lee

I like that he’s running toward the tree–if not his final destination, it will be a stop on his journey.

The painting wraps around all the edges.

Detail: Runaway. 12" x 36", Oil on Canvas, © 2016 Cedar Lee

Detail: Runaway. 12″ x 36″, Oil on Canvas, © 2016 Cedar Lee

Cedar Lee with her painting: Runaway. 12" x 36", Oil on Canvas, © 2016 Cedar Lee

Cedar Lee with her painting: Runaway. 12″ x 36″, Oil on Canvas, © 2016 Cedar Lee

Imagine the freedom of running through this glorious landscape into the bright starry night!

Detail: Runaway. 12" x 36", Oil on Canvas, © 2016 Cedar Lee

Detail: Runaway. 12″ x 36″, Oil on Canvas, © 2016 Cedar Lee

The Art By Cedar Spring Sale is officially underway as art lovers are making their choices and taking advantage of the free shipping and payment plans! Make sure to go check it out if you haven’t yet. There are still plenty of awesome paintings left to be claimed!

You may email me if you have any questions.

We Made It

May 13th, 2016

This painting is called “We Made It.” Panorama-format, it’s 12″ x 36″.

A couple stands under a regal silver tree, an unbelievably enormous full moon rising before them into a deep blue star-filled sky.

We Made It. 12" x 36", Oil on Canvas, © 2016 Cedar Lee

We Made It. 12″ x 36″, Oil on Canvas, © 2016 Cedar Lee

The story I imagine is that the couple has been through many challenges over the years, but they are still together and have reached a milestone in their lives together–hence the title, “We Made It.”

We Made It. 12" x 36", Oil on Canvas, © 2016 Cedar Lee

We Made It. 12″ x 36″, Oil on Canvas, © 2016 Cedar Lee

They can hardly believe how far they’ve come and that they are still intact after the overwhelming whirlwind of stress and big changes that life has thrown at them. The feeling is a mix of deep gratitude, accomplishment, celebration, relief and joy.

Detail: We Made It. 12" x 36", Oil on Canvas, © 2016 Cedar Lee

Detail: We Made It. 12″ x 36″, Oil on Canvas, © 2016 Cedar Lee

Their long shadows spread out into the foreground, as they are silhouetted by moonlight.

This shared moment is made particularly memorable by the vision of the impossibly gigantic full moon! I took time with the details of the moon’s cratered surface. The moon is painted in a warm white, in contrast to the cool whites in the rest of the painting, giving it a golden glow.

Detail: We Made It. 12" x 36", Oil on Canvas, © 2016 Cedar Lee

Detail: We Made It. 12″ x 36″, Oil on Canvas, © 2016 Cedar Lee

The dark silver tree is contrasted against the bright moonlit sky, the twinkling stars scattered across the blue.

Detail: We Made It. 12" x 36", Oil on Canvas, © 2016 Cedar Lee

Detail: We Made It. 12″ x 36″, Oil on Canvas, © 2016 Cedar Lee

The painting continues around onto all the edges.

We Made It. 12" x 36", Oil on Canvas, © 2016 Cedar Lee

We Made It. 12″ x 36″, Oil on Canvas, © 2016 Cedar Lee

Detail: We Made It. 12" x 36", Oil on Canvas, © 2016 Cedar Lee

Detail: We Made It. 12″ x 36″, Oil on Canvas, © 2016 Cedar Lee

Cedar Lee with her painting: We Made It. 12" x 36", Oil on Canvas, © 2016 Cedar Lee

Cedar Lee with her painting: We Made It. 12″ x 36″, Oil on Canvas, © 2016 Cedar Lee

The ART BY CEDAR SPRING SALE opens THIS SUNDAY, May 15th!

You can see a price list for many of my new works of art that will be available, here. I will be posting updates on Facebook when the sale goes live, so follow me there if you haven’t yet.

I’m hoping that the perks I’m offering–free shipping, multi-painting discounts, and no-interest extended payment plans, will make it possible for a lot of art lovers to get something beautiful to add to their homes. If you have any questions regarding the sale, as always, you may email me!

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