Skip to main content

Theresa's Rainbow Series, top row, from left: "Pink, (SOLD)" "Red (SOLD)," "Orange," "Yellow;" second row, from left: "Green," "Blue (SOLD)," Indigo (SOLD)," and "Violet." Each pit bull portrait is acrylic on board, measures 8" x 8", and is priced individually. Inquiries may come to ksantini@turtledovedesigns.com .

Also available, limited edition giclees (only 25 copies each!) in two different sizes. Giclees match the attached image, including all 8 paintings. Small giclee on artist's paper, image size approximately 12" x 6", signed in pencil, $49 plus $15 s&h. Large giclee on artist's paper, image size approximately 24" x 12", signed in pencil, $99 plus $15 s&h. Again, inquiries may come to ksantini@turtledovedesigns.com .

Proceeds from the sales of these paintings and giclees are earmarked for Best Friends Animal Sanctuary in Kanab Utah (http://www.bestfriends.org/), where Theresa currently lives.

Thanks, as always, for your time in looking and sharing my paintings with your friends and family.
I'll be back tomorrow!
Kim

Comments

  1. These are fantastic, but a bit out of my price range. Are these paintings in the Dog A Day book??

    ReplyDelete
  2. I just came over here from BF network because the Mona Theresa paintings and story were so wonderful! I'd like to "follow" this blog from blogger rather than a feed since I'm at different computers during the day but I couldn't find a link--maybe there isn't one, or maybe I couldn't find it...

    ReplyDelete
  3. Julie, the Theresa paintings will be in my next book, scheduled for publication this summer (2009). Information on how to pre-order will be forthcoming.

    River Song, you can follow through Blogger, set up a feed, or subscribe via the newsgroup - all the options are in the far right column. Thanks for coming along!! :) Kim

    ReplyDelete

Post a Comment

Popular posts from this blog

Lashes and Corkscrews, Buckskin Horse

"Lashes and Corkscrews," 5" x 8", buckskin tobiano curly horse portrait, acrylic on board, $289 to the first taker. Do I see any hands? Inquires to ksantini@turtledovedesigns.com .

I really DID intend to paint today, but things got out of hand quickly. I think it was the Snickers bar breakfast that me going in the wrong direction right off the bat. Then the mid-morning helping of caramel corn followed by a Kit-Kat lunch.... straight downhill from there.

For the last hour I have had my palette open and the brushes out, but trick-or-treaters are coming thick and heavy, and it's becoming very clear that I will NOT be finishing the sheltie paintings tonight (so sorry JB - they are coming, though!!).

Instead I'll share with you a piece I did last week for an art competition. I won't find out about the juror's decision until December, but in the meanwhile, please enjoy Percy, my friend's new gelding. Isn't he a dear?!

Be sure to make some time for a f…

Make Create Express 2020 Giveaway

I am so excited to share with you the lessons I've created exclusively for this year's Make Create Express event. The first one features butterflies and will be part of the free Creative Retreat Weekend July 11-12th. The butterfly lesson will only be available, entirely for free, during this weekend event. However BOTH lessons, the butterfly and a wonderful rabbit painting workshop, are part of the year long Make Create Express.
And I'm just one of 25 other artists who have made extraordinary content.
Want in? Of course you do!
We are less than 3 weeks out from the Creative Retreat Weekend, and to celebrate we are having a Blog Hop Giveaway. I get to give away 1 place in the Make Create Express year long workshop. This is a $120 value - think of the art supplies you can buy with that sort of savings!!
To enter just share this particular blog post on Facebook and be sure to tell me that you have done so (shared this) by commenting here on the blog by 8pm on June 25th. 
I will an…

Blue

"Blue," 16" x 20", acrylics on panel, not for sale. Not even if you ask nicely. My family will burn me at the stake if I let this one go.

When My Better Half works nights (like he is tonite), I play while the sun's up and work at the end of the day. It's a fun change to my normal routine.

Today included a little day trip with one of my favorite peeps in one of our favorite places. It was a delight to enjoy each other's company while the rest of the world was at work.

And tonight I had blocked time out to paint for a juried exhibit. My entry is due next week, and, true to form I waited until the nth hour. Because the next painting is always going to be the better one. Well, not always, but I do like to pretend. And I think tonite I might have played my cards well.

Well, mostly I played my cards well. You see, I turned my back, and Blue - yes, sweet little adorable - ate half my pizza** while I was feeding Gertrude Stein. Gertie the bunny, not Gertie the art…