Sunday, March 9, 2014
My e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org and you can see more of my art on www.artwanted.com/EllenPerantoni The recent paintings are of Sedona's red rock country, and my earlier paintings are primarily scenes of the Hudson Valley, NY, where I first learned to love the natural landscape,.
This work is on 16x20" stretched canvas and is currently drying in my studio. Subject to prior sale, it will beon exhibit April 25-27 at my Open Studio here is Sedona, as part of the SVAC Open Studios weekend. On this weekend, 39 area studios will be open to the public in a free self-guided tour. Free maps to the studios will be available at many area Tourist Centers and hotels, or contact me to receive a map.
This work, Parrot Rock from Schnebly Hill Road, is priced at $1700. unframed, or I will frame it as you choose. If you cannot come to see it on Open Studios weekend I'll be happy to show it and other paintings by appointment. Sedona is in northern Arizona, about 100 miles north of Phoenix.
If you purchase a painting from an Internet photo you can return it for a refund if you are less than delighted. Most people feel my art looks much better in actuality; the details and depth are not apparent from digital photos on the Internet.
Have a great week! I would love to hear from you. Best, Ellen
Sunday, March 2, 2014
Anyone who is interested in visiting my studio, that weekend or at another time by appointment, please let me know. My e-mail address is still email@example.com, and you can get a quick overview of paintings I currently have available on www.artwanted.com/EllenPerantoni
The painting above shows perhaps the most world-famous view in Sedona, the front of Cathedral Rock with its "peace sign" visible. While this is a realistic painting as are most of my paintings, I made are subtle changes in the forms of this natural treasure which I found particularly exciting. The actual painting is clearer and sharper, and the colors are more subtle -- it is my constant lament that digital photos do not capture my art work as well as I would like. Digital photos are a quick and easy way to view art -- this I will grant -- but at the expense of showing the quality. And quality is especially precious to me. I spend a great deal of time getting my paintings as close to perfection as I can manage.
This painting is on 18x24" stretched canvas and is currently hanging in my studio. I have it framed in a simple wide tarnished gold frame that I think sets it off well. The price is $2500.
If you cannot come to the studio and you purchase a work of art from an internet photo you can return it for a refund within 30 days if you are less than delighted. Most people feel my art looks much better in actuality. You can read comments from people who purchased my art over the Internet on www.artwanted.com/EllenPerantoni
As many of you know, Sedona AZ is about 2 hours north of Phoenix, AZ and within several house of points in Nev., NM, Utah and CA. It is a fabulous year round vacation spot and late April is especially delightful here. I will be posting more about the Open Studios weekend (you can see a total of 39 area art studios then).
Well, I am going to do some more work on the new studio. Have a great week!
I would love to hear from you.
Friday, January 31, 2014
The above view is still drying in my studio here in Sedona. It is executed on a 16x20" stretched canvas framed as you see in a wide tarnished gold frame that brings the size on the wall to about 24x28". It is priced $1900.
Collectors and friends are welcome to view my art in my studio by appointment. If you purchase a work of art from a digital Internet image you can return it for refund within 30 days if you are not delighted. Most people feel my work looks better in actuality, with details and depth that cannot be appreciated from digital dot-matrix photographs.
I hope you will enjoy this blog, with posts going back to 2007 and also including many images of Hudson Valley region paintings I did when I was living in that region. To view earlier blog pages click on "Older Posts" at the bottom of this page.
Have fun! I would love to hear from you. Ellen
Monday, January 13, 2014
Some of the caves and passages in these red rocks are decorated with petroglyphs by early Native American tribes, and these intrigue and inspire me too. A hint of same, worn down by time, appear in this painting of a cave opening through which distant red rock formations can be seen. An imaginary cave, I admit -- the beauty of this region is exciting in istelf, but this particualarr image exists only in my imagination -- and now on this canvas.
I executed this work on a 24x30" stretched canvas which I also painted on the sides so it resembles, as closely as I can manage, a chunk of red rock. It is drying in my studio at present, and is priced at $4000. I would consider a payment plan/fair offer from a sincere collector.
Interested collectors are always welcome in my studio,by appointment. To visit the studio these days you will need to come to Sedona -- not exactly difficult, especially at this season, when the January sun is mild and pleasant on most days. The vegetation is more abundant than is usually associated with popular images of "desert" or even the "high desert", which is what Sedona is, at about 4300 ft. above sea level. Most of the vegetation retains its deep green year round.
It is beautiful, and I anticipate a surge of joyous creativity here.
If you wish to purchase any of my art works through the mail, you an return it for refund within 30 days if youa re less than delighted. Most people feel my art looks better in actuality than in digital images on the Net -- there is a lot of depth and detail you cannot appreciate in such photos.
I am working on more "Windows in Time" paintings, as well as paintings of views from my home and other places I love here.
Have a great week, and I hope you enjoy this blog. I would love to hear from you.
Friday, December 27, 2013
This is Ellen Perantoni here, painter of the landscape in oil, posting to wish you all a Happy New Year.
This painting is on an 8x10" stretched canvas, simply framed in a flat wide gold traditional frame. Fremed it is $600. and unframed the canvas is $500. I have various frame styles I can show you.
If you purchase one of my paintings from a digital photo on the Internet and you are not completely delighted with it, I will take it back and refund your money within 30 days. Most people feel my art looks better in actuality, because my art has a depth that does not come across in dot-matrix photography.
I hope you enjoy this blog, with art images, art chat purchase and teaching info going back to 2007. To view older posts, click on "Older Posts" at the bottom of this web page.
Have a wonderful New Year! and keep safe and happy. I would love to hear from you.
Wednesday, August 7, 2013
Some of the paintings in these blog posts and on www.artwanted.com/EllenPerantoni were there. Some were sold during the course of the weekend. including the sunset at left in the above photo. The paintign on the right is still available at $1900.
A great time was had by family, new and old friends and collectors. Thousands of people came to my town to make the rounds of the 36 artist and artisan studios.
This was my eighth year in the town-wide art tour and it was my last studio tour at this location, as I expect to relocate to Sedona AZ before next year's tour date.. After I leave the Hudson Valley I will be painting mostly Sedona area scenes. Watch for those, and do keep reading. I love to hear from readers!.
My e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesday, July 16, 2013
This work shows the expansion of my vision to include the two geographies. Waterfalls tend to be rare and fleeing in the American southwest, but after a torrential rain you might see a cataract like the one above, transforming a previously dry hillside for perhaps only a few hours. I was inspired to create this Sedona waterfall fantasy by my remembered images of Kaaterskill Falls in the upper Hudson Valley. .
You can see more of my art at www.artwanted.com/EllenPerantoni and my e-mail address is email@example.com
This painting is on 11 x 14" stretched canvas and is currently in my studio Framed as shown in a carved traditional wood frame it is about 16 x 19" om the wall and priced $950. I will consider a payment plan/fair offer from a sincere collector. Or the painting will find its way to the display space of an art gallery which represents me.
I hope you enjoy reading the posts in this blog that go back to 2007. If you wish to purchase a painting from an internet photo you can return it for a refund within 30 days if you are not delighted. Most people think my paintings look better in actuality -- the detail shows better and they have more depth and liveliness.
To read older blog posts, click on "Older Posts" at the bottom of this page.
Have a great week! I would love to hear from you.
Very best, Ellen