January White sale is on now, as this is the month for sales! First created in 1878 by John Wanamaker as a way to clear out the merchandise from his department store, white sales have now become popular for sales on linens. But I’m not selling linens, you say! Well, that’s okay, I’m still having a White sale to clear out the way for new paintings to come.
Select oil paintings are discounted for the entire month of January! If you missed out on the Black Friday Sales, here’s your chance to pick up an original one of a kind oil painting, in small sizes. Also, did you know you can make payments on any purchase? Read about it HERE.
Small works of art are easily changed in your decor. Create little vignettes along with your other collectibles to add a pop of color and interest. Small paintings can be moved from room to room, displayed in a bookcase, on a sofa table, or on a desk.
Create a wall with a theme and add small paintings in a grouping. And remember to look at your art every day! Art can help us to destress and bring beauty to our inside spaces.
The January White sale will last until the end of January so you have plenty of time to pick something up. Don’t forget Valentine’s Day is around the corner! How about a Red Rose oil painting for your sweetie? A painting will last longer than a bouquet!
Complimentary Gift Wrapping comes with every purchase and if you are a U.S. resident, enjoy FREE shipping! I hope you find something you love and will become a part of your fine art collection.
Until we meet again ~ Rhonda
“Pears” is painted on 8″x8″x2″ gallery wrapped canvas, and depicts three beautiful pears just as they are beginning to ripen. I find the shape of pears to be intriguing and feminine. There are so many subtle colors in a pear and the taste is the best part! How do you like your pears? Chocolate drizzled, or with whipped cream? Ice cream covered or poached in a wine sauce? I like them just as they are. 🙂
This week has been a busy one with varnishing and framing paintings. This little Blue Morning Glory painting is one of my favorites.
It looks fabulous in its walnut toned frame!
Summer sale ends soon! Use code SUN at checkout on select works.
This painting will certainly command attention in your space when the vibrant colors of this “Apples” original oil painting are showcased. It’s small size is perfect for any location and is ready to enjoy right out of the box. No need to wait for expensive framing as the back is enclosed in wood and has a hole for hanging.
Summer Sale ends in a few weeks! Take advantage now and get your 25% off! Use code SUN at checkout!
Luscious and full of vibrant texture, “Pears” is a palette knife painting on 4″x4″ gallery wrapped canvas. Perfect for small spaces and a great addition to any kitchen decor! I love all the colors in this painting and the photo just doesn’t do it justice!
(Click on full screen mode icon to view video edge to edge.)
The finished painting ~ 8″x10″ oil on canvas
Sunsets sometimes remind me of candy! I love it when the lake mirrors those candy colors in the clouds. This painting may be tiny but it packs a lot of vibrant color.
Signed by the artist. Certificate of Authenticity included. On SALE!
(The Tamarack Mountain Studio watermark is not on the painting.)
This little painting, entitled, “Blue Flower Teapot”, is a companion piece to “Tea Time” and “Who Spilled the Cream” paintings, previously posted on my blog. It’s 4″x4″ painted in oils on gallery wrapped canvas. (The Tamarack Mountain Studio watermark is not on the painting.) All mini paintings are on sale! Up to 50% off plus free shipping!
Tea Time with yellow cake and Earl Grey tea. Yum! Oil on 8″x8″ gallery wrapped box canvas.
(The Tamarack Mountain Studio watermark is not on the painting)
“Who spilled the cream?” is painted in oil on gallery wrapped box canvas. I really enjoy still life work when it’s not plein air season. We’re still having lots of rain, so while I wait for the weather to change I keep busy painting other subjects. Small paintings allow me to paint more, whereas large paintings take a lot of time. The smaller the painting, the more the detail, bringing the viewer into the piece. I like that. 👍🏻😊