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Concepts of Home

Caging the Forest Bird

Caging the Forest Bird
6″ x 6″, acrylic on beechwood
$150



prints available in the shop

Now that my gallery show at Raw Canvas has wrapped up, I’m thrilled to release prints of the work I created for the “concepts of home” theme. The big one isn’t quite ready yet (needs to be re-scanned at the print shop), but prints from the 3 smaller paintings are now available in the shop. Huzzah!

The Woodland Path

The Woodland Path
6″ x 6″, acrylic on beechwood
$150



prints available in the shop

I’m thinking I’d really like to offer them as a set of 3 with a discounted price. Maybe smaller too? An 8″ x 8″ print with matting & frame ends up taking up quite a bit of wall space. Maybe sell the 8″ x 8″ individually & then a set of 3 that are 6″ x 6″?

I’d love to offer them already framed too, but I’m really not able to get any better deals than the average bear without ordering massive quantities. Still…would be nice to give folks the option so they arrive ready to hang. I have prints I ordered MONTHS ago that I haven’t framed yet. Bad bee!

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A Quiet Forest
6″ x 6″, acrylic on beechwood
$150



prints available in the shop

I haven’t added the originals to my Etsy shop yet, but if you’d like to give a new home to one of the original pieces, you can purchase them from me personally. You can pay via credit card using Paypal (click the Add to Cart button) or send me an email for other options, like sending a check (acageybee@gmail.com).

If you’re in the Vancouver or Seattle area, I’d be happy to deliver the work in person. Especially the big one. It’s so beautiful & so so heavy. The idea of mailing her out & trusting the post office not to damage her incites a tiny panic attack in me. I may just have to keep her. 🙂

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Between the Waves and the Trees I Found Home
16″ x 20″, acrylic on beechwood
$450



2 thoughts on “Concepts of Home”

  1. Hello fishbowl friend. Your blog and artwork are my favorite out of the all the other fishies in class. If you don’t mind sharing, how do you make prints of your work. I’m trying to figure out what the best method is for my artwork.

    Thank you
    Jen Pfeiffer

  2. Hi Kris– This little series is amazing! That is so creative to put that little person inside the acorn — wow! Looks like a storybook just waiting to happen (that is, if you don’t already have one!).

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