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NEW PAINTING Shrine

 

the Talisman paintings from Fox Medicine are now available to purchase via my website


Shrine jus completely owns my heart.  There's the sky blue silhouetting ochre gingko leaves, the two feathers (one painted on each the left and right edges of the painting, and the fact that she stands solidly despite the fault line bisecting her rib cage and shoulders. This piece inspires me to be a better human.

Shrine is 24" x 30"x 1-1/2", acrylics on a cradled panel. She will arrive wired and ready to hand in your home or work space. She is $1800 plus s&h to the first one asking nicely. Returning collectors, please reach out to me for your 10% off discount code.

Shrine, along with her sister paintings, is listed on my website under Paintings, Fox Medicine. The second image in this post identifies her sisters -  Goldie (upper left), Irish (round middle) with Portal below her, Vixen (upper right), Atlas (lower left), Leelanau (bottom middle) and Shrine (lower right). These are originals on cradled panel, with the sides painted (so no need to frame), some featuring added details on the painted sides like feathers, all bearing an additional signature and my fox logo on the verso. They will arrive ready to hang in your home or work space with an extra dash of fox magic. I can also hold onto your purchase and ship closer to the holidays if needed.

As always, I welcome questions or thoughts about my work.

Thanks so much for following along with - and supporting - my art journey, warmly, Kim

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