Friday, January 17, 2014


The other day while talking to my son, John he was saying that even though he has a fair amount of art on his walls he still has room for more "Garnish". I liked that word, art garnishes his apartment, it is that little something extra that pulls it all together that gives it the finishing touches.

If you are interested in garnishing your home with something from the 30-30 up until the 25th most of the works are on sale. I am offering a special price for the oils just $200.00 as of the 25th the price goes up to $300.00 unframed. The pastels will vary a little starting at $150.00 going up to $200.00, some will have handmade papers mounted on the edges or will have matting to protect, on the 25th they may be framed for a show in AZ. At that point the pastels go up in price from $175 to $3000.00 some with frames.

There is one exception the first painting I did for this challenge "funny face" goes up for auction at the show on the 25th. This money raised from this piece goes to Animal Control & Rescue program. The starting bid is $40.00 and sale price is $200.00 it is a 6x6 canvas 1 1/2 inches deep. If you are interested in this piece let me know you can either go on the bid sheet or if you pay the full $200.00 it will go to the auction as sold with 100% of the money going to the charity.

A little garnish here and there is a good thing. If you are in AZ Jan. 25th come on by and see the show. There will be 20 artist and 30-40 pieces of art donated by the artist for the auctions. We are located at 100th St. and Shea Blvd., Scottsdale, AZ at the Community Center in Scottsdale Ranch right by Lake Serena. We are there 10-5 rain or shine, the show is inside and on an outside cover patio area.

If you are interested in something just e-mail me at or to see more works go to my web site:

Day 1 - "funny face' oil in canvas $200.00 for charity

Day - "fly away" - pastel on sanded paper, this will be mounted on black surrounded with white mat to 6x6 framed $175.00 until 1-25-14 includes shipping. 

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