Art Studio Spring Thaw Event

When the southwest coastal trees of British Columbia in late February remind me of a northern winter, I am incline to take action.

Late February Snow Mayne Island  by Terrill Welch 2014_02_23 010

Let’s turn up the heat!

Here is my Artist’s invitation to SPRING!

mostly off the wall by Terrill Welch 2014_02_16 068

With the release yesterday of RED GATE (30 x 40 inch oil on canvas contemporary landscape) all of my current available work is now posted.

Red Gate 30 x 40 inch oil on canvas by Terrill Welch 2014_01_09 014

So here is what I propose: Including shipping, save 20% on a choice of over 60 original oil paintings by Terrill Welch during the next four days. The offer ends at midnight on February 28, 2014.

To access this savings, go to my Artsy Home Gallery, scroll down,  find the painting you are interested in purchasing and then click on “Make An Offer” to send me an email that says “20% Heat Please!” and I will apply the Spring Thaw to the purchase price.

Alternatively, you can send me a direct message using any social media or an email at  and we can get things melting from there.

How can you turn up the heat on this spring thaw even without adding a painting to your collection?

Share, share SHARE. With each share a we are raising the temperature on this Art Studio Spring Thaw Event. Thank you for helping me turn this snow to green grass and daffodils 🙂

p.s. update to add a wee short Mayne Island  winter wonderland video…

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4 thoughts on “Art Studio Spring Thaw Event

  1. Terrill – Oh, what a lovely spring gift you are offering your readers and collectors. As you know, “Red Gate” is one of my many favorites. I will gladly share this savings event with others via the convenient share buttons.

    You asked, “How can you turn up the heat on this spring thaw even without adding a painting to your collection?”

    The heat would definitely rise if/when our home sells this spring. I’ll be jumping up and down with so much elation, the temperature of my body’s core will definitely rise 🙂 Where we currently live we get an average of 50 inches of snow each year. This year we’ve already gotten 67-inches and we’re not out of the weather-woods yet. We’re looking forward to relocating to a geographic locations that’s a little more gentle…

    • A little more gentle than 67 inches of snow sounds good to me Laurie! RED GATE is a nice addition to my gallery of work and I will be very sad the day its sells but happy for the painting to find a home of its own.

  2. One day I will be able to treat the walls in my home to some ravishing Terrill Welch magic. The offer here is unbeatable and a steal for any art lover. Your impressionist work over the past few years has opened up an entire new appreciation of art for me, and needless to say you have brought out one treasure after the other. RED GATE is a real winter wonderland stunner. Beautiful!

    • I would most love to see that day Sam as you have been such an enthusiast for my painting and a most supportive admirer of the work. I have thought a lot about the RED GATE painting this past couple of days with all the snow we have had up on the side of the cliff here on Mayne Island. And one of my paintings, SLICED WITH A TEAR – 36 x 60 inches, is off to a new home in central British Columbia. It couldn’t have found a better collector even if it tried. A perfect match!

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