Three of my paintings are part of LeMieux Galleries’ Petite LeMieux online exhibition going on now through May 2nd. The exhibition on Artcloud consists of pieces by gallery artists that are under $500. Featured are Intricate, Woven, and Clear-Cut, all acrylic on canvas. Woven and Intricate have sold, Clear-Cut is available online here: https://artcld.com/art/2185171.
Now through Friday, March 29th: receive 20% off available prints (normally $50). Signed and numbered on archival, 100% cotton rag paper, limited editions of 50.
Sustain – 12” x 12” paper size
The Wild West – 11” wide by 14” high paper size (10″ x 12.5″ image size)
Everything’s Coming Up Roses – 14” wide by 11” high paper size (12.5″ x 9.5″ image size)
Domestic and international shipping available. View prints and purchase: https://amyguidry.com/gallery4.html. Purchases are done via PayPal Invoice (no account needed, so you can use any card) and will reflect discount.
Today through Wednesday, November 28th, I’m offering 20% off of available prints (normally $50). Sustain – 12″ x 12″ paper size, The Wild West – 11″ x 14″ paper size, and Everything’s Coming Up Roses – 14″ x 11″ paper size. Signed and numbered on archival, 100% cotton rag paper, limited editions of 50. To arrange shipping (domestic and international) and an online invoice to purchase, contact me at: https://amyguidry.com/contact.html. *Watermarks are not on actual prints. View prints on my website: https://amyguidry.com/gallery4.html.
Currently offering free priority shipping in the U.S. on prints. They are limited editions, signed and numbered, on archival acid-free 100% cotton rag paper, $50 each. Visit https://amyguidry.com/gallery4.html for more details or to contact me for a PayPal invoice (no account needed). Offer valid through Sunday, October 21, 2018.
“Sustain” – paper size 12″ x 12″
“The Wild West” – paper size 11″ x 14,” image size 10″ x 12.5″
“Everything’s Coming Up Roses” – paper size 14″ x 11,” image size 12.5″ x 9.5″
My paintings Dissociate and On the Rise are both in new homes. One is in England and the other in Texas. Different paintings, different countries, but both focus on our treatment of nature and animals. And both serve as a reminder of our connection to the world and our responsibility to care for it. On a side note, On the Rise can be seen in the new August 2018 issue of VIE Magazine. You can view both paintings as well as the rest of the In Our Veins series here: https://amyguidry.com/gallery.html.
The latest painting in my In Our Veins series is now online. The title is Invasive Species and it is an acrylic on canvas, 20” wide by 10” high. There is no shortage of fast food establishments: they are everywhere, all over the world, sometimes multiples on the same block. While these businesses are taking over natural habitat, there are an inordinate number of species going extinct or listed as endangered everyday. The dodo bird is the unfortunate mascot of extinction, which is why I chose him to be the subject of this painting. There are more McDonald’s in the world than there are endangered species. The fact that dodos were literally eaten to extinction by Dutch explorers adds another layer of symbolism. While we have an overabundance of fast food places, many species such as the right whale and polar bear are dying off due to a lack of food. This painting serves as not only a reminder of the plight of the dodo but also for the prioritization of endangered species and natural habitat. You can view the painting online here: https://amyguidry.com/invasive-species.html.
Making some progress on my current painting. I’m working on the details of the dodo bird’s face and feathers at the moment. There’s still a little work left to do on the background, but I just had to work on the dodo. I took some artistic license on the details. For example, adding folds of skin around the eyes and wrinkles. All the old illustrations and even the model recreations give him a completely smooth face, but after looking at tons of various bird photos, I decided against that and made my own interpretation. This is just a close-up photo- the entire painting is 20″ wide by 10″ high, and is an acrylic on canvas. More details soon. You can view the rest of this series here: https://amyguidry.com/gallery.html.