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Friday, August 6, 2010

"Clear the Easel" - $25 off $75 - SALE!

Last month I started the "75 for 75" project with my mother, Adele Earnshaw, where our goal was to paint one painting every day for a month. That project wrapped up several weeks ago and I have some work left over that's looking for a good home. So Adele and I are lowering the prices on our remaining pieces from $75 to $50 to "clear off the easel". Below are my paintings, but be sure to drop by my Mom's Web site to check out her sale pieces as well. Additionally, if you want more information about how my paintings are shipped to you, click "Purchasing" from the menu at the top or simply click on this link.


"Wishing Never Works"
5 x 7 oil on panel.

SOLD






"Green on Green on Green"
5 x 7 oil on panel.








"Wiggle Room"
5 x 7 oil on panel.

SOLD






"The Battle of Fading Light"
5 x 7 oil on panel.

SOLD





"As It Turns Out, the Answer to Sam's Problems Lay in the Valley Below"
6 x 8 oil on panel.

SOLD





"I Set My Mind in Motion"
5 x 7 oil on panel.

SOLD





"Umbrellas Won't Cut It"
6.5 x 8.5 (can easily be cut down to 6 x 8) oil on linen on board.

SOLD




"Covert Diplomacy"
5 x 7 oil on panel.

SOLD




"Tomorrow's Yesterday"
5 x 7 oil on panel.

SOLD






"Foggy Bend"
4.75 x 7 oil on panel.

SOLD

2 comments:

Carol Schiff Studio said...

Shane, I just wanted to tell you how pleased I am with your stunning painting "Yesterday's Tomorrow". I have it nicely framed and hung in a very visible spot in my home, so that I may view it many times each day. I also wanted to mention the care with which you packed this little 5x7 for shipping.

I look forward to adding more of your work to my collection.

Best,

Carol Schiff

Shane Rebenschied said...

Thank you for your kind comments Carol! It's comments like yours that keeps me pushing when I just can't seem to get a color right or am struggling to capture what nature seems to so casually flaunt.
I'm thrilled to hear you've found a place in your home for two of my pieces and for your continued comments.
Thanks Carol!

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