Tuesday, March 10, 2015

PAY WITH PAYPAL for Petroglyphs Near the Summit

Hello again, art lovers and blog readers!  This is Ellen Perantoni again with a newly finished and framed oil painting of Sedona AZ -- with a difference, a minor excursion into fantasy.  .   I usually paint views pretty much the way they are, in the realistic tradition of Albert Bierstadt and the Hudson River School.  But since coming to Arizona I've become enamoured of the mysterious petroglyphs left by early Native American civilizations.   Petroglyphs (rock paintings) such as those in this view were normally done in caves and protected locations where they would not be exposed to the elements.  But as a creative artist I have here added my own petroglyphs on a rock jumble near the top of Cathedral Rock.

I have been posting art images, art chat and purchase info in this blog since 2007.   More of my art can be seen on www.artwanted.com/EllenPerantoni and my e-mail address is eperantoni@yahoo.com

This painting can now be seen in my Sedona studio.  It is a 12x16" stretched canvas in a museum quality carved wood frame that brings it to almost 20x24" on the wall.   It is priced at $925.00. as framed.

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 To purchase "Petroglyphs Near the Summit"  for $925.00 including FREE SHIPPING within the USA, click on the link that starts https:/www.paypal.com  at the end of this blog post.  You will receive all the buyer benefits of paying with PayPal.  PayPal is FREE to the purchaser. 

If you would like to know how to open a PayPal account log onto www.paypal.com or e-mail me at eperantoni@yahoo.com with your questions.

I WILL BE ACCEPTING PAYPAL FOR ALL MY PAINTINGS ON THESE BLOG POSTS, but I need to add an individual link for each painting.  It will take some time to add a PayPal link for every painting for sale -- so if you don't see a PayPal link for the painting you want e-mail me at eerantoni@yahoo.com and I will create the link for that painting. 

Please let me know if you would like to see more photos of it, such as closeups, or whether you would like to view it at the studio.  I am happy to show my art here by appointment. 

Most people feel my art looks better in actuality, as the depth and detail does not fully show up in digital photos on the Internet.  If you purchase a work from a digital photo without first seeing the original you can send it back for refund within 30 days if you are not delighted.  Most buyers are.
E-mail any questions to eperantoni@yahoo.com     I would love to hear from you. 


Monday, March 9, 2015

My Paintings at The Alt Gallery, Sedona AZ

Hello friends and art lovers, blog readers everywhere!  This is Ellen Perantoni again, painter of the landscape in oil in a manner inspired by the Hudson River School of the nineteenth century (before there were cameras good enough to capture the way things really look).  I am now living and working in Sedona AZ, and have paintings on display at the Alt Gallery, 671 Route 179, Sedona AZ.

 The Alt  is on the first level of Hillside Plaza,  an inspired construction worth seeing in its own right, for the way in which it is built into the curves of the base of the red rock cliffs. The gallery is open 7 days a week and the phone number is 928-554-7840.

 The gentle sunset pictured above was inspired by the art of Hudson River School master George Inness,  and the sun's track across the still water is a soft luminous gold.   The painting is executed on 11x14" stretched canvas, and in its heavy hardwood frame as pictured it is about 20x24" on the wall.  It is priced at $900.

I hope those of you within reach of Sedona will stop by the Alt.  And I hope those of you far from Sedona -- including those who have followed this blog since I lived in NYS - will consider a visit to Sedona.   It is a landscape of unique beauty, as you can see from my "red rock paintings"  in this blog.

I have been posting art images, art chat and purchase info on this blog since 2007 and you may enjoy reading the other posts going back to that year.  Just click on "Older Posts" at the bottom of this web page. 

Have a great week!  Mark at the Alt Gallery would be happy to see you.

 Best, Ellen