50 New Paintings

February 3, 2010 in Art,Artists,Events,jewelry | Comments (0)

From 6×8 to 54×60, art lovers will find a wide range of styles and genre added to the gallery walls this month.  Have you ever wondered what happens to the art that comes down off the wall to make room for new work?  If it didn’t sell or wasn’t placed on lay-away, it went back to the artist’s studio.  They will decide its fate.  Most galleries rotate their art regularly and artists will send pieces not sold in one gallery to other galleries, while other pieces may grace the artist’s own home.  At Hunter-Wolff Gallery, we typically rotate our work every 6-8 weeks.  Should you be a buyer who takes months to decide on a purchase, do not worry if the piece you want is not in the gallery when you come back.  If it is still available, we will do everything we can to get the piece back for you.  Worst case scenario, the artist will paint another piece matching your requirements. 

Stop in to see our new February collection.  Works by Marlene Kort, Jeannie Breeding, Laura Reilly, Ken Shanika, Katherine McNeill, Janelle Cox, Kathryn McMahon, John Sherman, Gene Sanchez,  Jean Houghton, Gary Vigen, Patience Heyl, Ruth Burink and Karen and Marc Pierce-Jenesel are waiting to hear your praise.  You can meet Jean Houghton and Sandy Murphy at the gallery on Sunday, February 7 (yes, before the Big Game) from 2-4 pm.  Both artists will be set-up to do educational demonstrations and take orders for custom pieces.

090917-68Lost in a Daydream, 16x12236 Mums In A Green Vase wsbSoulful Woman 30 x 30 (sm)

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