Wrap up of three paintings over three days

Welcome to Monday morning at Creative Potager. Shall we start with a little sandstone, sea and blue sky before getting into the three paintings over three days wrap up? I thought you might be like that.

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This photograph is the first of several I will introduce this week from our walk on Saturday in the beautiful clear blue of the winter sun.

The special sale event for three paintings over three days has been amazing. Guess why? Because of you! All the views, the comments, the emails, the tweets, and the writings on my FB wall have left me full of gratitude with a powerful desire to take my work forward. What a wonderful way to bring a close to my work in 2010. Thank you. Thank you each and every one of you for being part of my creative journey in such a profound way.

Now for the details because today is the last day….

The sale price of $950.00 Canadian for each of these paintings regularly $1,200 Canadian each will end at midnight PST tonight, Monday December 6, 2010.

The first painting East Point Cliffs is still available at the time of this posting.

The second painting Owl’s View is still available at the time of this posting.

The third painting Far Shore is still available at the time of this posting.

 

 

 

TO BUY THIS PAINTING: Critical information for Buyers including the price is posted on a separate page HERE.

And some more great news that I am extremely excited about – my work as been accepted into the new ART of DAY online gallery. James Day is a sculpture and great supporter of artists. His artist features on the ART of DAY wordpress blog are widely read and appreciated. You may remember his feature of my work  “Impressionist Painting of Nature by Terrill Welch” in October of this year. Well, I now have five paintings of various sizes listed in the ART of  DAY online store. Please feel free to drop by and browse.

Sprout question: What do you do when you are feeling absolutely full of gratitude?

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From Mayne Island, British Columbia, Canada

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13 thoughts on “Wrap up of three paintings over three days

  1. Terrill,

    Say Thank you! That is what I do when I am full of gratitude! and Be Grateful!

    Which reads through here on your blog and in your creative work! I am thrilled for you!

    I am Love, Jeff

  2. Terrill – Each of the paintings: EAST POINT CLIFFS, OWL’S VIEW, and FAR SHORE are wonderful. My personal favorite is OWL’S VIEW, I could live in that painting!

    Sprout question: What do you do when you are feeling absolutely full of gratitude?

    I usually cry happy tears.

    • Oh a favourite Laurie. Nice! I do live in that painting and it is awesome – a time in my life I treasure.

      You and I Laurie would make quite the pair with happy tears through our laughter and hugs.

  3. Congratulations, Terrill, this is wonderful news.
    What do I do: I try to pass on my good mood to others by smiling more or doing a kind deed.

    A reminder: Please drop by The Sweater Curse blog (http://sweatercursed.blogspot.com) We are discussing art/craft. How do you define these words? In your eyes, does one have more value than the other? Does soicety support artists? Artisans? Is there art in craft, craft in art?
    Thank you, Terrill, for allowing me to give this little nudge.

    • Thank you Leanne.

      Leanne your topic for discussion on The Sweater Curse blog is a perfect fit for posting in a comment on Creative Potager. I have already dropped by and left you my rather lengthy comment. I will be dropping in later today to see what others have contributed. It is a thorny and fascinating topic to explore.

  4. Leanne – I was just over on your blog (http://sweatercursed.blogspot.com) and saw Terrill’s thoughts and added a few of my own.

    I hope that Terrill’s other visitors will join the fun as it’s quite a thought-provoking discussion.

    (Hint: my comment might well be a give-away as to what’s in store regarding the letter “W” in the “Alphabetically Speaking” series over on Speaking from the Heart).

    • Laurie I was by and had a read on your offerings on Leanne’s blog already. Great stuff!

      Leanne I sent a tweet out but couldn’t find your twitter handle for The Sweater Curse. Would you be so kind as to give it to us again?

      And Laurie I think I am late for today’s class over on Speaking from the Heart but I shall get there… Q is for Quintessence, hum.

    • I too am headed to Laurie’s blog.
      My twitter handle is the sweater curse.

      Much thanks to Laurie and Terrill for your contributions. They were very insightful. I’ve replied to your reply. If you’d like to continue this dance, you’re always welcome.

  5. “East Point Cliffs” and “Far Shore” are breathtaking. I can never get my fill of them, and will be envious of the person (s) who will proudly be displaying them in their living rooms. I had Lucille look at these this week, and she too was in awe.

    Best of Luck to you with the sale. I fully expect a ringing success.

    • Thank you Sam. The sale is over but the paintings are still for sale at their regular price. I am sure if it had been in the cards Sam you would have ended up with a painting and the referral prize as well 🙂 However, these or other paints will be available someday when making this kind of investment can be done with ease. Right now, the most important investment is in your growing children. These are precious time. Enjoy them. Paintings can wait. Give my best to Lucille. And a huge thank you Sam for all your efforts in sharing my work. I always appreciate your support but extra so when doing an event like this past weekend.

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