Thursday, March 15, 2018

Folk art display and sale

The art of life is to live in the present moment, and to make that moment as perfect as we can by the realization that we are the instruments and expression of God Himself.

Emmet Fox

The pieces in red will be displayed at the First Friday Exhibit at the Vancouver Community Library May 4th-7th and will be up for sale after the 8th  of May.

Happy Spring!

I will write some new posts soon!

19 by 19 inches

Folk art piece "Come as you are" painted in oils on a recycled frame. 


Painted in oils
$125.00

17 by 14 inches 

Painted in oils from a photograph from a World Vision photographer (Jon Warren) of a woman carrying water.  Painted for charity, the sale from this piece will go to World Vision's work in the field. 
Sold

World Vision is a global Christian relief, development and advocacy organisation dedicated to working with children, families and communities to overcome poverty and injustice.



16 by 13 inches framed

Painting in oil "Melody"


Ukulele with tropical flowers

$125.00


12 3/4 by 12 3/4 inches

Painted in oils "storm"

$125.00

16 by 13 inches

Painting in oil "Harmony"


Violin with  flowers
$125.00
1
13 by 12 inches framed

Oil painting "fireflies"
$40.00
16 by 20 inches

Oil painting "The coffee harvest"

$125.00

16 by 20 inches

Oil painting "Your first love "


$125.00

13 by 12 inches framed

Oil painting "Reflections"
$40.00

13 by 13 inches boxed framed custom 

Painted in oils "Hope"
$75.00

13 1/2 by 12 inches

Oil painting "Snow days"

Sold



Painted in oils "Glory Be"
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I'm an American self taught folk artist and an embroider living in the Northwest.  I have been an artist for over 20 years working mostly in oils and embroidery.  Art has always been a means of expression to me, it is my way of communicating a visual story in a way that all can hear from every age group. Art can even bypasses any language barrier. 


30 percent of all proceeds goes to help with clean water, hunger, child trafficking and the protection of children with the charity World Vision.