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Hello art collectors old and new. I want to invite you to purchase some original art. Here is a great incentive. 20% off your order as many times as you want until December 31st 2017.

 

It's a THANK YOU for buying original art and art prints this years 2017
It has been a slow year for original art but prints have been doing great. I appreciate it very much.
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Pink Poppies and Bees Original Watercolor Sale

Pink Poppies Pods and Bees
11 x 8.5 inches Original Watercolor and Ink on 300 pound arches Watercolor paper

Frame is not included.

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Autumn Migration Birds and Panoramic Landscape Oil Painting

This is such a gorgeous painting in person. I painted this with so much oil paint. No fillers all good rich oil painting of the highest quality. I used brushes and palette knifes. The trees is what I remember from growing up in Alsace France. Same in Germany where I lived later. The story goes that during hard times and war people used to cut off just the new branches for firewood.

They left the trunk and tree alive so it could later made new shoots and more fire wood. This is why these trees look like they do. You see them occasionally in VanGogh’s paintings as well.