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Still Life with Summer Peaches and Red Grapes


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If you enjoy this painting, you may also like to see Still Life with Red Grapes and Danish BleuStill Life with Red Grapes & Fourme d'Ambert Bleu, or a bunch of my paintings of things related to summertime.

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Peony in a Glass, 6"x5"


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I picked this peony from my awesome neighbors' yard (a different neighbor than the cherries came from). #gifts #grateful. Follow this link to see some of my still life paintings that were inspired by generous gifts from people in my life.

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Three Hand-Picked Cherries


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I picked these cherries from my awesome neighbors' cherry tree. #gifts #grateful. Follow this link to see some of my still life paintings that were inspired by generous gifts from people in my life.

If you enjoy this painting, you may also like to see Still Life with Pohnpeian Cowry Shell, Forelle Pear, and Cherry, Still Life with Cherries, Silver Bowl, and Dutch Cheese (present moment) (also available as a print here), or a bunch of my paintings of cherries.

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Still Life with Pink Peonies in a Silver Cup


Still Life with Pink Peonies in a Silver Cup
oil on linen on panel, 2020, 10"x8", available
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If you look closely, you can see my reflection in the silver cup. Here are a bunch of my paintings with self portrait reflections.

If you enjoy this painting, you may also like to see a bunch of my paintings of silver objects.

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hope


hope
oil on linen on panel, 2020, 6"x8", available
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"Stillness means being effortless. When we are still, we are not making an effort. Not an effort of the will.... We are entering into this effortless and totally natural state. The ego, which is always trying to do things full of effort, finds stillness its greatest challenge, because in stillness we stop trying, we stop making these efforts. In stillness, we discover a new freedom, a freedom that lies beyond effort, beyond our egocentric wills: the effortless being, of being in harmony with the flow of life."  ~Aspects of Love 2, Laurence Freeman OSB

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Join my Landscape Painting Online Course

Landscape Painting with Abbey Ryan 
through Arcadia University

  • Online Course, FA212.1, 3 credits
  • 6 weeks: May 18 - June 25, 2020
  • Mondays and Wednesdays, 4:30 - 8:20 PM Eastern (a portion of class time will be your painting time where ever you are and a portion of class time will be individual and group Zoom sessions)
  • 15 Seats Available (10 7 Remain Open)
  • Cost: $2190 total for 6 weeks

The focus of this course is the direct study of landscape as a painting motif, as understood by painting directly from the source. The class will focus on qualities that are unique to landscape painting in addition to the study of broader issues in painting. Scale of mark in relationship to subject, atmospheric perspective, sense of place, construction of the illusion of space, capturing pictorial light, and painting as an "organism" are considerations that will be highlighted in our study.

Online learning
A portion of class time will be your painting time where ever you are and a portion of class time will be individual and group Zoom sessions.

TO JOIN THE ONLINE COURSE as a visiting, non-matriculated student (adults and high schoolers), please contact Kat Phillips at phillipsk@arcadia.edu for information about registration.

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Two Blueberries on a Wood Block (+ re-sharing a Zen Quote I Like)


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"Learning without practice is weak. Practice without learning is blind.

I posted this quote back in 2013 that I first heard this quote during a Richard McKinney lecture at the Philadelphia Buddhist Association (which meets not far from where I live). When I asked him, Richard attributed it to Shin’ichi Hisamatsu, who died in 1980 and was associated with the modern Rinzai Zen movement. Richard shared with me that he first heard this quote in Kyoto at Hanazono University, the only Rinzai Zen-based university. He also told me that the quote actually may harken to a previous source, perhaps from Chinese Chan masters from whence Japanese Zen found inspiration.

Richard McKinney (1934 - 2018) was Senior Docent at the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology for the Asian galleries. He was a past-president and founding member of the Philadelphia Buddhist Association, a non-sectarian Buddhist educational organization established 1986. Richard served on the Board of Trustees, taught a monthly meditation class, and held a monthly discussion group on meditation.

If you enjoy this painting, you may also like to see Blueberry on a Wood Block (2013) or a bunch of my paintings of blueberries.

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Still Life with Two Pears and Robin's Egg


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“Truth is the offspring of silence and meditation.”

Related to my postings on mindful studio practice, I often read renowned writer Maria Popova's work (my previous mentions here). Her article "Standing on the Shoulders of Solitude: Newton, the Plague, and How Quarantine Fomented the Greatest Leap in Science" explores James Gleick's Isaac Newton (2004). Here is an excerpt from her article:

"James Gleick writes of the young Newton’s plague-driven return home:

'He built bookshelves and made a small study for himself. He opened the nearly blank thousand-page commonplace book he had inherited from his stepfather and named it his Waste Book. He began filling it with reading notes. These mutated seamlessly into original research. He set himself problems; considered them obsessively; calculated answers, and asked new questions. He pushed past the frontier of knowledge (though he did not know this). The plague year was his transfiguration. Solitary and almost incommunicado, he became the world’s paramount mathematician.'" [Keep reading]

If you enjoy this painting, you may also like to see a bunch of my paintings of pears or robin's eggs.

In case you missed it:


Still Life with Hand-picked Apple, Bleu Cheese, and Silver Cup (Live Demo Painting)
6x8 inches, oil on linen on panel, 10 April 2020, larger than my typical auction paintings.
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    Time-lapse Video: Still Life with Hand-picked Apple, Bleu Cheese, and Silver Cup (Live Demo Painting)


    Still Life with Hand-picked Apple, Bleu Cheese, and Silver Cup (Live Demo Painting)
    6x8 inches, oil on linen on panel, 10 April 2020, larger than my typical auction paintings.
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    I hope you enjoy seeing the 3-minute time-lapse video of my live painting demo (view it here). Please leave comments if you are so inclined. By the way, I have been getting so many requests to do more live painting demos, so I am thinking it over...

    Thank you for continuing to send such wonderful email notes and comments to me. It's such an honor and privilege to be able to share my work.

    If you're interested, here are a few more notes I received from those who tuned in:
    • "It was quite the experience watching you paint. I jumped on around halfway through the demo. I thought, 'damn, that's a good painting'! From there on, I cringed a lot during the demo, thinking, 'No, leave it alone.' After awhile, I realized that you were a brave soul and how much experience and courage it takes to see a painting through to completion. I tend to stop when it looks good and you showed me an example of pushing through to the next level. Wonderful experience."
    • "My kids and I were completely fascinated, Abbey! The three of us painted while we watched and even my little guy (6) kept at it for more than an hour. Also, you and Leigh have the most calming voices ever! Thank you!"
    • "Like an old master painting! Exquisite."
    • "I woke up to your beautiful painting and it made me a little weepy."

    If you missed it: last week, I conducted my annual live painting demonstration in my studio (instead of Grey Towers Castle at Arcadia University). The event was open to the public and streamed live at arcadia.edu/abbeyryanlive (note: YouTube has temporarily blocked the video due to copyright issues with music that was playing in the background, but this will be resolved. In the meantime, you can watch it here). This painting (and my live demo) honors the memory of my friend, Jami. The painting is larger than my typical auction paintings and all proceeds from this auction will be donated to the Jami Rodriguez Memorial Scholarship at Arcadia. Read more.

    I'll continue to post photos and video clips on Facebook and Instagram (check back because I'll be adding more). Also, if you look closely, there's a self portrait of sorts down the middle of the cup's reflections. I invite you to watch the full recording of my live demo, or you may also like to see more of my live demo painting time lapse videos.

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    P.S. Where ever you are right now, I wish you and your loved ones good health and peace of mind. There are many people in need and so many helpers right now -- I want to say thank you to all public health workers and medical professionals. So grateful for your sacrifices and commitment.

    Still Life with Hand-picked Apple, Bleu Cheese, and Silver Cup (Live Demo Painting)

    Still Life with Hand-picked Apple, Bleu Cheese, and Silver Cup (Live Demo Painting)
    6x8 inches, oil on linen on panel, 10 April 2020, larger than my typical auction paintings.
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    Thank you for tuning in to my live demo. I'm honored that so many painters, friends, family, Arcadia students, alums, faculty, staff, and administrators watched and live chatted. We received comments from an Arcadia alum from 2017 and the family of a new Arcadia student who will be starting in Fall 2020. Afterwards, an Arcadia alum sent me a photo of her son painting along with me "using my brush technique" (holding it at the end). I received an amazing photo of a family eating popcorn and watching my live demo on a big screen. Art critic Jerry Saltz tweeted during my demo and took a quick look (check out his new book). I thanked (in Portuguese) a viewer watching in Portugal. And Zuca, laying on my feet, snored through it all!

    If you're interested, here are a few of the many notes I received from those who tuned in:
    • "I really cannot thank you enough for the live painting this afternoon. It was the most relaxing thing to have on and it was absolutely beautiful!! Please keep this going :)"
    • "I watched and am still amazed by your talent! .... You're amazing, thank you."
    • "Awesome demo...  Another masterpiece.  Thanks so much for giving all of us a respite from this endless quarantine!"
    • "My kids used [your demo] as art credit! They were amazed by the apple and how the cup looked brown in the beginning and now it looks silver! Amazing job Abbey!"
    • "It was fascinating watching you paint and your 'in the now' meditative way of working!!!!  So glad to have tuned in and look forward to the next!"
    • "Your video was wonderful. I watched from Hudson, Ohio and passed this on to a fellow-painter who watched from Chicago. Your color blew us away! Thank you - learned a lot! Hope to take a workshop."
    If you missed it: on Friday, April 10, I conducted my annual live painting demonstration in my studio (instead of Grey Towers Castle at Arcadia University). The event was open to the public and streamed live at arcadia.edu/abbeyryanlive (note: YouTube has temporarily blocked the video due to copyright issues with music that was playing in the background, but this will be resolved soon. In the meantime, you can watch it here).

    This painting (and my live demo) honors the memory of my friend, Jami. The painting is larger than my typical auction paintings and all proceeds from this auction will be donated to the Jami Rodriguez Memorial Scholarship at Arcadia. Read more.

    I am starting to post photos from the event on Facebook and Instagram (check back because I'll be adding more). Also, if you look closely, there's a self portrait of sorts down the middle of the cup's reflections. I invite you to watch the full recording of my live demo (short time lapse coming next week):


    Tech Credit: Natavan Werbock, Arcadia University; Socials Credit: Jen Retter, Arcadia University.

    If you enjoy this video, you may also like to see more of my live demo painting time lapse videos.

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    P.S. Where ever you are right now, I wish you and your loved ones good health and peace of mind. There are many people in need and so many helpers right now -- I want to say thank you to all public health workers and medical professionals. So grateful for your sacrifices and commitment.

    [UPDATED] Upcoming Live Demo

    photo from my 2018 live demo at Arcadia University. more photos here.

    UPDATE: My live demo is Friday, April 10 from 1:30-3:30pm ET. Here is where you can watch on Friday: [http://arcadia.edu/abbeyryanlive(it won't "go live" until then)

    This year, instead of conducting my live painting demonstration in Grey Towers Castle at Arcadia University, I will be doing my live painting demo from my studio. The event is free, open to the public, and streamed live in real time. A time lapse of the demo will be shared sometime afterwards.

    During my live demo in my studio, the view over my shoulder will look a lot like this view over my shoulder of Glass Bottle and Moptop's Eggs #ontheeasel. If you're new to my blog, you can read more about Jami Rodriguez and why I do live demos here.

    I've gotten a bunch of questions about having a live chat during the demo, or possibly having me answer some questions periodically during the demo, so I'm exploring those options.

    P.S. Where ever you are right now, I wish you and your loved ones good health and peace of mind. There are many people in need and so many helpers right now -- but I want to say thank you to all public health workers and medical professionals. So grateful for your sacrifices and commitment.

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    Upcoming Live Demo (you can help out by subscribing)

    Arcadia's YouTube
    I’m planning to conduct my free April 3 live painting demo from my studio instead of at Arcadia University's Grey Towers Castle. I think it will be from 11am-1pm ET and the view over my shoulder will look a lot like this view over my shoulder of Glass Bottle and Moptop's Eggs #ontheeasel. If you're new to my blog, you can read more about why I do live demos here.

    First, please SUBSCRIBE. Arcadia's YouTube needs 1,000 subscribers to unlock live streaming on my phone. We want to be able to use YouTube for livestream so we can then also compress the 2 hour demo into a short time lapse later.... so they need 1,000 subscribers by Friday. They gained 100 subscribers over the past 24 hours or so. Please pass it on! #arcadiastrong http://youtube.com/ArcadiaUnivNews

    [At this link, just click the red "Subscribe" button. Here is How to Do YouTube Without a Gmail Account.]

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    If you're new to my blog, in 2012 I started releasing free posters (desktop/phone wallpaper). Sign up to receive my upcoming free posters. All of my previous poster downloads are available here:
    1. Earth Without Art is Just EH
    2. Art Enables Us To Find Ourselves, and Lose Ourselves at the Same Time
    3. Relax, Slow Down, Simplify
    4. One Goes As One Goes, Then One Shall See
    5. All Shall Be Well
    6. Magic Is Still Possible
    7. Art Washes Away from The Soul....
    I hope you enjoy using these as your screen background.

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    P.S. Where ever you are right now, I wish you and your loved ones good health and peace of mind. There are many people in need and so many helpers right now -- I want to say thank you to all public health workers and medical professionals. So grateful for your sacrifices and commitment.

    Still Life with Glass Bottle and Moptop's Eggs (+ free digital posters/wallpaper)


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    These eggs were a beautiful gift from our awesome neighbors (from their chicken named Moptop) who also gave me the honeycomb in my Apple with Honeycomb on Silver Plate and the eggs in my Still Life with Copper Bowl and Three Eggs (Homage to Chardin, 1732). #gifts #grateful. Follow this link to see more of my still life paintings that were inspired by the generosity of others.

    If you're new to my blog, in 2012 I started releasing free posters (desktop/phone wallpaper). Sign up to receive my upcoming free posters. Click here for my 2012 free download. If you enjoy this poster or quote, please share it with your friends using the links below (or tweet it).

    All of my poster downloads are available here:
    1. Earth Without Art is Just EH
    2. Art Enables Us To Find Ourselves, and Lose Ourselves at the Same Time
    3. Relax, Slow Down, Simplify
    4. One Goes As One Goes, Then One Shall See
    5. All Shall Be Well
    6. Magic Is Still Possible
    7. Art Washes Away from The Soul....
    I hope you enjoy using these as your screen background.

    If you enjoy today's painting, you may also like to see Still Life with Copper Bowl and Three Eggs (Homage to Chardin, 1732), Cracked Egg, Robin's Egg with Handmade Temmoku Bottle, Still Life of Handmade Bottle with Eggshell, or a bunch of my paintings of eggs or glass bottles.

    To get my painting in your inbox, sign up here. To purchase my work, view my Current Auctions and All Available Paintings.

    P.S. Where ever you are right now, I wish you and your loved ones good health and peace of mind. There are many people in need and so many helpers right now -- I want to say thank you to all public health workers and medical professionals. So grateful for your sacrifices and commitment.

    Red Onion (+ update on live demo at Arcadia)



    Where ever you are right now, I wish you and your loved ones good health and peace of mind. There are many people in need and so many helpers right now -- but at the moment I want to say thank you to all public health workers and medical professionals. So grateful for your sacrifices and commitment.

    P.S.
    My annual April 3 live demo at Arcadia University was cancelled, but I am thinking about doing the live demo from my studio and streaming it online. I'll keep you posted.

    If you enjoy this painting, you may also like to see my paintings of red onions (which I've only painted 3 times over the years).

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    Three Asian Pears with Handmade Cup


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    If you're interested, this month's NYTimes article, "'The Scream' Is Fading. New Research Reveals Why." is an interesting read. Here is an excerpt:

    "The Scream is fading. And tiny samples of paint from the 1910 version of Edvard Munch’s famous image of angst have been under the X-ray, the laser beam and even a high-powered electron microscope, as scientists have used cutting-edge technology to try to figure out why portions of the canvas that were a brilliant orangeish-yellow are now an ivory white." [Read more.]

    If you enjoy this painting, you may also like to see a bunch of my paintings of asian pears.

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    Mandarin Orange with Leaf



    Robert Lax's The Peacemaker's Handbook was first published by Pendo Verlag, Zurich, Switzerland in 2001. If you're interested, the text reproduced at this site is a digital copy of the original typescript/printout submitted for that publication. It differs from the published version in regards to the arrangement of some portions of the text, but you get a sense of what Lax's poetry looks like on a page.

    Here is an excerpt from part III: Contemplation:

    con
    tem
    pla
    tion

    is

    watch
    ing

    ---

    what

    hap
    pens

    if

    you

    watch

    ?

    you

    be
    gin

    to

    see


    ---
    (Incidentally, this excerpt was also quoted by Beth Cioffoletti almost exactly 9 years ago on her blog.)

    If you enjoy this painting, you may also like to see a bunch of my paintings of citrus or my other posts about peace.

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    2 spots left in Coppini Academy (San Antonio) workshop - March 7-8

    In case you missed it, there are a couple spots left in my upcoming painting seminar. I'm honored to have been invited to teach a 2-day March 7-8 painting seminar at the Coppini Academy in San Antonio. I titled the workshop "The Poetics of Painting" because we will explore the poetics and magic of painting and how spending time pushing paint around is a lifelong journey. We will talk through questions like, "how can a painting be simultaneously meditative and thrilling (or challenging!)?" The hope is that finding your place in this inquiry can motivate you to paint often and deepen your purpose on your artistic path. Join today to reserve your spot.

    The Coppini Academy of Fine Arts, San Antonio, Texas, is a renowned art school that works to further classical, representational fine art by providing opportunities to view art exhibitions, participate in art instruction, and interact with artists from around the world.  Read more here.

    If you're interested, here are some reviews of my past seminars, these photos give a glimpse into them, and this short film is about my approach to teaching.

    Here are two reviews from painters who attended my seminar/workshops last year:

    "Best class I have ever taken. Abbey is very generous in sharing her ideas, knowledge and experience. I haven’t painted a complete painting for a number of years…was feeling rusty. I knew there would be a lot of more experienced painters. I never really used oil paints and was unsure of the media. I especially like the demonstration in the morning and painting in the afternoon. I learned a lot from listening and watching Abbey. Overall, don’t hesitate [to study with Abbey], you won’t will feel intimidated, or inadequate….she is very welcoming, and supportive of all levels." ~MAS

    "This was the most fun I've had in a long time! Abbey was so kind and thoughtful in her one-on-one comments. As a beginner, I was charmed and surprised by it all. After seeing how Abbey works, I have more confidence that I can do something good, too. I had only worked with acrylics before, and working with oils for the first time was rewarding. I saw that it's good to take time and work slowly, thoughtfully -- think about what you are doing before rushing in. I discovered the benefits of mixing colors carefully and working in layers, starting with the darkest values first. It was a revelation that you could do so many strokes with just one brush. And the smallest touch of paint can make all the difference in the world." ~BK

    And this is just an excerpt of another review from a painter:

    "Going into this workshop a bit anxious and reserved, I appreciated the calm, meditative, and supportive atmosphere Abbey created in the studio.

    I appreciated the thoughtful and specific feedback I received from Abbey. I noticed that as peers asked her questions either about her own work or theirs, she was often quiet for an extended period of time as she carefully thought through her explanation before answering. I remember thinking how Abbey's silence was just another extension of her approach to painting; her answers were always mindful and clear.

    I loved being able to watch Abbey work from start to finish on a still life painting. I gained so much knowledge from simply observing her, and found myself making connections about her process and technique from one day/painting to the next.

    I learned so much in three short days! I could go on and on about working with oils, the medium, the brushes, the technique, but that wasn't the most impactful part for me. I entered the workshop on day one nervous and full of anxiety. I left on day three confident in my skills and ability, much more relaxed, and inspired to paint more. The positive feedback I received from Abbey (specifically in regards to my color mixing and drawing skills) was the affirmation I needed to push some of my own doubts away." ~EC

    Join today to reserve your spot to paint with me in San Antonio. Or if you're not sure, read more reviews of my past seminars, check out photos of my workshops, and watch this short film about my approach to teaching. If you still have questions, feel free to email me.

    To stay updated about my upcoming workshops, sign up here.

    P.S. If Texas is not close to you, I will also be teaching in Philadelphia in June 2020 and New Jersey in October 2020. Info here.

    Still Life of Three Mandarin Oranges with Leaves (larger painting)


    Still Life of Three Mandarin Oranges with Leaves
    oil on linen on panel, 2020, 8"x10", $3100
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    (detail views at that link)

    "In the end, it is the reality of personal relationships that saves everything.”
    —Thomas Merton

    Detail view:


    If you enjoy this painting, you may also like to see a bunch of my paintings of citrus.

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    Still Life with Berries and Cheese


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    If you enjoy this painting, you may also like to see a bunch of my paintings of cheese.

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    Golden Apples (Together Forever)


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    The auction for Red Pear, First of 2020 ends soon at 8PM ET. Click to view that auction.

    If you enjoy this painting, you may also like to see a bunch of my paintings of apples.

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    Red Pear, First of 2020


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    If you enjoy this painting, you may also like to see a bunch of my paintings of pears and red pears.

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    PRINT SALE:
    Three new prints are now available, hand signed and titled (with a white border where the signature will be), available only at my blog.

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    Exhibition at Mason Fine Art (Atlanta)

    My new larger paintings are currently on view through early January at Mason Fine Art, the largest fine art gallery in Atlanta. Scroll down to see all 6 below. Mason Fine Art is an award-winning space that represents the contemporary works of regional, national and international artists.

    Several of these new paintings will be featured in American Art Collector magazine's January 2020 "Still Life" issue, which will be available at the end of this month.


    Still life with Apricots and Glass Vase
    oil on linen on panel, 2019, 9 x 12 inches, framed
    AVAILABLE - Contact Mason Fine Art for purchase information


    Still Life with Italian Plums on Delft Plate
    oil on linen on panel, 2019, 9 x 12 inches, framed
    AVAILABLE - Contact Mason Fine Art for purchase information


    Still Life with PB & J Halves
    oil on linen on panel, 2019, 8 x 10 inches, framed
    AVAILABLE - Contact Mason Fine Art for purchase information


    Silver Platter of Peaches with Acorns, Knife, & Chinese Blue and White Porcelain Ginger Jar (Homage to Jean-Baptiste-Siméon Chardin)
    oil on wood panel, 2019, 12 x 16 inches, framed
    AVAILABLE - Contact Mason Fine Art for purchase information


    Still Life with Stacked PB & J
    oil on wood panel, 2019, 18 x 14 inches, framed
    AVAILABLE - Contact Mason Fine Art for purchase information


    Two Bosc Pears with Bird’s Egg (Yin & Yang)
    oil on linen on panel, 2019, 7 x 6 inches, framed
    AVAILABLE - Contact Mason Fine Art for purchase information


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    PRINT SALE

    New prints are now available, hand signed and titled (with a white border where the signature will be), available only at my blog.

    If you'd like to purchase multiple prints—add one to your cart, then click Continue shopping (top right of the cart), and you will be brought back to this page to add more.

    SHIPPING

    US Shipping: $9 (can combine multiple prints)
    International Shipping: $24 (can combine multiple prints)

    AVAILABLE PRINTS


    Still Life with Cherries, Silver Bowl, and Dutch Cheese (present moment)
    11"x14", signed/dated high quality archival print, $60


    SIGNED PRINT:






    Still Life with Copper Pot and Pears (the light, the shade)
    8"x10", signed/dated high quality archival print, $45


    SIGNED PRINT:






    Greek Bottle, Hand-picked Grapes and Grape Leaf (the light / the shade), Patmos, Greece
    8"x10", signed/dated high quality archival print, $45


    SIGNED PRINT:





    SIGNED LIMITED EDITION PRINT of
    Still Life of Leaves with Three Apples, 8x10”
    Edition limited to eight (8) prints only. (2 prints left)
    $100 plus S&H to your location.











    *REFUND POLICY: As these prints will be printed by me; sorry no refunds.

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    Print Sale - Details for Dec. 8th

    This Sunday is my December 8th Print Sale. Subscribe to my email list to be notified the day before and the day of by entering your email above.

    Three new prints will be available, hand signed and titled (with a white border where the signature will be). They will be on sale only at my blog beginning at 12noon ET on December 8th.

    Here are the individual prints with prices and sizes:


    Still Life with Cherries, Silver Bowl, and Dutch Cheese (present moment)
    11"x14", signed/dated high quality archival print, $60


    SIGNED PRINT:






    Still Life with Copper Pot and Pears (the light, the shade)
    8"x10", signed/dated high quality archival print, $45


    SIGNED PRINT:






    Greek Bottle, Hand-picked Grapes and Grape Leaf (the light / the shade), Patmos, Greece
    8"x10", signed/dated high quality archival print, $45


    SIGNED PRINT:





    SIGNED LIMITED EDITION PRINT of
    Still Life of Leaves with Three Apples, 8x10”
    Edition limited to eight (8) prints only. (2 prints left)
    $100 plus S&H to your location.











    *REFUND POLICY: As these prints will be printed by me; sorry no refunds.

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