Thursday, June 13, 2013
Path through Fields, December
Hello, art lovers and blog readers! This is Ellen Perantoni, painter of the landscape in oil, posing today with an admittedly unseasonal view of a field divided by a row of evergreens. I have been working on this painting for a very long time and just got it finished to my liking. The process of creating a painting is always an adventure and sometime takes quite a while, even years. I live and paint in the Hudson Valley region of New York State, birthplace of the Hudson River School of art in the nineteenth century; many of my paintings are inspired by this uniquely American school of art. I am listed in AskArt. Winter views and night views like this one are a departure from landscape painting tradition, and I create them according to my own vision. You can see more of my art on www.artwanted.com/EllenPerantoni and my e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org
This painting is on 12x16" stretched canvas and is currently on exhibit in my studio. As framed in a museum quality carved wood frame it is priced $1100. and measures almost 24x20" on the wall. I would consider a payment plan/fair offer from a sincere collector.
If you wish to see this work or my other art before purchase I will show it by apointment at my studio, which is about 2 hours north of the NYC metro area and within a few hours of most points in New England, NJ and eastern PA.
If you prefer to view art in a gallery, I am represesented by the Driftwood Gallery, Peekskill, NY; Green, Saugerties, NY; and Kaaterskill Fine Arts, Hunter, NY. You can also purchase my art through Bodega Bay Heritage Gallery, Bodega Bay, CA and At the Top, Rhinebeck, NY.
If you purchase my work from an internet photo and are not delighted with it, you can return it for refund within 30 days. Most people like my actual paintings better than the digital photos, which do not show the depth and detail.
I have been posting on this blog since 2007. To view more posts going back to that year, click on "Older Posts" at the bottom of this page. I hope you enjoy the blog. And I would love to hear from you!
Have a great week,