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Tuesday, February 22, 2011

internet marketing

I am growing slowly in knowledge and experience in Internet marketing. Now I just need to figure out how to expand my networking through this blog.  Among other things : )  I will have to contact someone I know who is a great blogger!

Monday, February 14, 2011

Water Art by Mary Singer

" Perry Creek 1 "
20" x 24" oil on museum wrap canvas $ 1500.

The first in the Perry Creek series is a closeup of the creek bed showing the variety of rock and the red soil . The boy venturing out on the rock is enthralled by his surroundings.
Perry Creek is in Wisconsin.
Also available in digital print. 
" Perry Creek 2 - Bailey "
 24" x 36" oil on museum wrap canvas - $2500.
The second painting in the Perry Creek series 
captures the scope of Perry Creek and the little 
dog Bailey helps give one a sense of the size. The red that gives it such beauty is the iron in the soil.
Also available in small digital prints 
" Blue Heron Take-off "
12" x 16" framed oil on canvas  $295.00

A graceful Blue Heron takes off from the shore 
of the Upper Mississippi River . The contrast of the deadwood  against the trees in the background show the circle of life on the river.

" River Shack "
18" x 24 " framed oil on canvas $ 595.00
This old boathouse sits on the Upper Mississippi River in sharp contrast to the beauty of the surroundings.
It is also available on digital prints. 

Sunday, February 13, 2011

Xanadu Gallery

I now have the honor of being a member of Xanadu Art Gallery online. www.xanadugallery.com and go to artists, Mary Singer. I am just getting the hang of online marketing.

Friday, February 11, 2011

People portraits

 Formal portraits by
             Mary Singer

This is a wedding portrait done from 
the photos.I am able to make minor 
changes that really bring life to the canvas.

 Here I have put the subject together 
with her favorite pastime.
Both of these portraits are oil on canvas.
 Summer is captured here in pastels.  A beautiful child her innocence shines through .
 A formal wedding portrait I chose background colors that would truly compliment this bride.
 I was asked to do this one in pencil and I absolutely loved doing it . Pencil is the first medium I did portraiture in .
 There is some glare on the canvas but I worked from photos and again used background colors that would compliment the subject.
This is a colored pencil portrait on museum quality paper.
It was done for a woman who looks much like her ancestor whose picture of course was in black and white.

Below is an acrylic painting done on a watercolor canvas of Chief Sitting Bull. One of my favorite historical figures.
If you are interested in having a formal portrait done just go to my web site, email or call me for a price sheet.

Celebration of Life

 " Celebration of Life - Woman "

The Celebration series was put on my heart by God to represent all life as it was made by Him. This series gives thanks and glory to God for all creation.  It took me 7 years to complete.

I will have a print made that includes all three images . Just email me to let me know you are interested.

The man and woman are 24" x 36"  and the center piece is
36" x 48" oil on canvas.  
 " Celebration of Life - Center"
" Celebration of Life - Man "