I am happy to announce that I have lots o' prints available through Imagekind
. They start as low as $14 and some change and go up from there. You can order just a print or have them frame the art. They have a lovely selection of frames and mats at a very economical price. You can also get my prints on canvas. So check it out it's a great way to get a one of a kind look at a great price. They are on sale now for up to 30% off.
I have also added a new tab on my blog and website previewing my original works that are under $200
. I will be adding to this section this month.
In other exciting news I was so thrilled to be informed that my painting Pomegranates and Cranberries was accepted into the Montgomery Art Guild's exhibit. The exhibit will be held at the Montgomery Museum of Fine Art
, which is one of the United State's premiere fine art museums. Not too often you can say that your painting is hanging in the same building as a Homer, Hopper and Sargent. Only 76 pieces were selected out of 369 that were submitted, so I feel very honored.
I also had a painting accepted into the Energen Art Competition
. This contest is open for Alabama artists and I have to say it has been a great experience so far.
I also have 3 paintings on exhibit at the State Archives Building in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. I may lose track of where everything is:)
Hope everyone has a terrific week, sending you sunshine and warm weather from sunny Alabama.
Congratulations Carrie! how exciting! your art is fabulous!! well-deserved...have a great week! :))ReplyDelete
Congratulations! Your work is wonderful and it deserves the recognition! :-)ReplyDelete
How awesome, Carrie! I'm so happy for you! Congratulations!ReplyDelete
Toutes mes félicitations... BisousReplyDelete
Congrats Carrie, you deserve it! Cheers, Colette, Northern Ontario, Canada,ReplyDelete
Congrats on all the new places you'll have your work displayed!!ReplyDelete
Wow Carrie you are really on the move! Congrats on all of your shows. I'm not at all surprised that Pomogranites and Cranberries was selected for the show as it's absolutely stunning. It made me sigh in ahh! Good luck with your shows and your prints (they look terrific). Thanks for your comment. Sometimes we do set the bar high and life gets in the way. Cheers!ReplyDelete
Wow, Carrie you must be totally elated! I mean how much better can it get than that? It couldn't happen to a nicer person and you must be very proud :0)ReplyDelete
So, will you be sneaking in one of Stevens own master-pieces next to yours in the gallery? ;0)
Thank you so very much for such an amazing comment on my post by the way - You really, really made my day! :0)
what an incredible body of work! best of luck with the prints. and congratulations on your accomplishments, your work is stunning. Wow, in the same museum with sargent, i have goose flesh! so well deserved. bravo!ReplyDelete
I just found your blog, your pieces are wonderful! I love to paint realism with bright colors and reflections myself. I also understand trying to keep up your painting while being a mom! I used to paint in 15 to 20 minute spurts and now 2 are away at college and the other in high school. Good luck in your shows.
Carrie, such wonderful news...no surprise, but wonderful still! I wanted to let you know that you won best title for my "Title the Untitled"...so you get some note cards! email me your choice and where i can send them to. -julieReplyDelete
Congratulations, Carrie. You have been busy. I am not surprised that your paintings have been selected for all of these shows. You have a unique style and very beautiful work.ReplyDelete
Congratulations, Carrie! Such exciting news and very well-deserved accolades. All your paintings are beautiful! xxReplyDelete