Coon Gap Holler, oil painting, Walt Curlee
We are pleased to feature talented artist Walt Curlee, now offering Giclee prints from his oil paintings in our Amazon store. Coon Gap Holler is one of ten new available prints. View five more Walt Curlee prints now on Amazon here.
Coon Gap Hollar, above, is available on Amazon here.
Blackberries Rural Farmland Panorama, oil painting, Walt Curlee
You’ll find more information of Blackberry Patch Rural Farmland Panorama here.
Appalachian Pumpkin Patch, oil painting, Walt Curlee
Appalachian Pumpkin Patch available here.
Autumn Wheat Harvest,oil painting, Walt Curlee
Autumn Wheat Harvest on Amazon here.
Small Town Winter Landscape, oil painting, Walt Curlee
Giclee print from Walt Curlee’s oil painting Small Town Winter Landscape now on Amazon here.
Begonia, artist Lela Tabliashvili, gouache, pastel, pencil, painting on fine art paper, $700
Gypsy Dance, Lela Tabliashvili, acrylic on canvas, 80 x 100 cm, $3500
Carnival, Lela Tabliashvili, acrylic on canvas, 70 x 90 cm, $3000
Dance in Moonlight, Lela Tabliashvili, Acrylic on canvas, 60 x 80 cm, $2500
Dancing in The Strawberry Field, Lela Tabliashvili, Acrylic on canvas, 60 x 80 cm, $2500
Children (We are from Heaven), Lela Tabliashvili, acrylic on canvas, 60 x 80 cm, $3000
Viruka (Donkey), Lela Tabliashvili, acrylic on canvas, 60 x 80 cm, $3000
Street Dogs, Lela Tabliashvili, acrylic on canvas, $2000
Zebras, Lela Tabliashvili, acrylic on canvas, 60 x 80 cm, $3000
Rose Begonia, Lela Tabliashvili, gouache, pastel on paper. $700
Lela Tabliashvili, an artist in the Country of Georgia, is a member of the Artist’s Union of Georgia and the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators.
Find Lela on Facebook here.
The Featured Artist series of Artist Marketing Resources presents the work of another artist every Saturday. Our first featured artists are members of our Artist Marketing Resources LinkedIn group and Flickr group.
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BUY SOME DAMN ART was founded by Kate Singleton of Art Hound in 2011. The up-and-coming artists of BUY SOME DAMN ART often create brand new work just for the site– making each of their online shows an unveiling of the artist’s latest and most exciting work.
Buy Some Damn Art accepts submissions. They are particularly drawn to work that is influenced by folk art, and modern and vintage illustration, as well as to work by self-taught artists and those who work in that style.
Spend some time on their site and if you feel that your work is a good fit for Buy Some Damn Art, then by all means get in touch. They love hearing from artists.
If your work is very different stylistically or thematically than what you see on Buy Some Damn Art then please think twice before submitting your work. They receive a lot of submissions (for very few open spaces) and take the time to look through each one.
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