New paintings by Terrill Welch in the Artsy Home online Gallery

Getting on with the painting of being an artist never seems to be an issue. But getting them out and available for you to purchase is as inspiring as sweeping cobwebs off the sealing. It is not that I don’t want them to be available for purchase. It is the tediousness of filling in all the boxes for posting that often has me saying to self “maybe I will just paint one more and then post them all together.” And we both know how that goes – one more becomes five more before I settle in to a quiet Sunday like today and start adding new work.

So just in case you have one of my original paintings on your “wishlist,” I now have a few more of my new paintings available on the Artsy Home online Gallery including this 30 x 40 inch oil on canvas –

REACHING THE SEA (Note: this painting is no longer available)

The full gallery of my original oil paintings currently available can be viewed at http://www.artsyhome.com/author/terrillwelch

Yes, there are still a few more to add. I am in the process of editing the photographs right after I post this for you. But there is one new one that will not be released until Wednesday. I promised to keep you posted 🙂

SPROUT: What is your very most favourite Sunday creative family rated activity? 

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Creative Potager – where imagination rules. Be inspired.

From Mayne Island, British Columbia, Canada

Terrill Welch online Gallery at http://terrillwelchartist.com

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12 thoughts on “New paintings by Terrill Welch in the Artsy Home online Gallery

  1. Terrill – I don’t know how you do it, but there’s something the beckons the eyes to the upper right-hand corner of this painting. And then you can just rest — ahhhh — where the water meets the sky.

    SPROUT: What is your very most favourite Sunday creative family rated activity?

    That would be sitting at the big kitchen table with a glass of wine, tossing out verbal ideas (a pinch of this, a dash of that), as Len whips up something delicious for us to eat.

    • Oh this painting decided this as much as me Laurie. It is a bit of an add one for me because of the amount of dry brush work. I tend to like to work wet-on-wet most of the time which means my whole canvas eventually is covered in wet paint. Most fun. Your sprout response works for me. I am across from you throwing in ideas also watching Len whip up something delicious 😉

  2. Beautiful painting, Terrill.
    To answer…knitting while I watch my husband game.
    “We’re happy together”
    Good thing the several streets that separates us doesn’t allow you to hear me sing. : )

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  4. Terrill – We’re happy you take the time to share your work on ArtsyHome so we can all enjoy it!!! Hopefully we find some great new homes to hang these in.

    • Well! what a surprise to find a comment from the Gallery this morning! Welcome to Creative Potager Artsy Home. I too hope we find some new homes for my work. But in the meantime, it is always a pleasure to work with you and I appreciate you taking the time to drop by.

  5. This painting is just so beautiful – I had to stay and study it awhile.

    Thank you for its creation

    Favourite Sunday creative ritual: as a child for awhile my mum would make milkshakes and popcorn for Sunday supper after teaching Sunday School all morning, making a formal dinner at 2pm, reading the paper, then preparing school work for Monday morning and grading papers, she would furnish us this feast. Then we got old enough to fix “it” ourselves….my family most often just had a bowl of cold cereal – and the sigh was gone.

    We are working on Income taxes right now, so I make myself currently get to a “novel” on Sunday evening to clear my brain and delight the senses.

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