WEST COAST SUNRISE postcard painting by Terrill Welch

This painting is a 4 x 6.5 inch oil on special paper postcard that I did for David Sandum’s #twitterartexhibit fundraising project. It will be going in the mail to Moss Norway as soon as it dries.

 

This project is an amazing collaboration between artist David Sandum, twitter artists and the Moss public library in Norway. This year the funds raised will go to support The Women’s Crisis Center in Moss, where abused women and children can get help. The center also provides a 24 hour phone-service, counseling, food and shelter etc. It but has lost a lot of funding the past year and the staff has been cut from 19 to 11. This is a very important cause, not only for the women in a crisis situation but also for their children.

If you are an artist, have a twitter account and want to participate here is the link for more informationhttp://davidsandumart.posterous.com/call-for-artists-2nd-twitter-art-exhibit-in-m

 

SPROUT: What is the tiniest creative work you have ever done? 

 

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From Mayne Island, British Columbia, Canada

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10 thoughts on “WEST COAST SUNRISE postcard painting by Terrill Welch

  1. Oh, Terrill! This one is wonderful and elegantly simple (or simply elegant.) I could totally see this about 4×5 feet.

    Reminds me that I have to get in gear to send my piece for the exhibit.

    • Well 4 x 5 feet would be a lot bigger that is for sure Martha! I missed out on this project last year but am glad to be in the loop for this round. Maybe our work will be hung beside each other – wouldn’t that be fun?

  2. Ohhhhhh, the softness of the sky just calls to me.

    SPROUT: What is the tiniest creative work you have ever done?

    Similar to Hemingway’s famous six-word story, “For sale: baby shoes, never worn.” At the Writers’ Institute last year we all had to write a six-word story that tells it all.

  3. Another helping of exquisite visual magic here. There’s nothing quite like a West Coast sunrise Terrill.

    I suppose my recent Oscar interview shed some light on the then-pending activities. Ha!

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