Releasing two new oil paintings by Terrill Welch

Summer for painter Terrill Welch is plein air painting and also enjoying the bright brushstrokes of still life work. Released today, are one of each by artist Terrill Welch.

This plein air 12 x 16 inch oil on canvas seascape brushes against the immediacy of the west coast Canadian landscape. The edges are painted and it is ready to hang.

OYSTER BAY LATE JULY 12 x 16 inch oil on canvas

Update September 2, 2014: This painting is now SOLD but by clicking on the image it will take you to where my current work that is available can be viewed in detail with purchase information.

Oyster Bay Late July 12 x 16 inch plein air oil on canvas by Terrill Welch 2014_08_08 060

An unexpected tribute to Van Gogh, this 18 x 14 inch oil on canvas still life with painted edges gathers the fullness of summer with acknowledgement of its passing. It will bring timeless warmth to any room.

HOT SUMMER REFLECTIONS 18 x 14 inch oil on canvas

HOT SUMMER REFLECTIONS an unexpected tribute to Van Gogh 18 x 14 inch oil on canvasby Terrill Welch 2014_08_08 092

In other studio news – one oil painting and one acrylic painting sketch have sold and now reside with private collectors in the lower mainland of British Columbia. The first is a small landscape THROUGH THE TREES.

Through the Trees 5 x 7 inch oil on canvas by Terrill Welch 2013_12_04 431

The second is a plein air sketch painted at the Mayne Island Farmers’ Market

Painting Flowers at the Farmers' Market by Terrill Welch 2014_07_05 002


Flowers to Market 10 x 8 inch acrylic painting sketch on panel board by Terrill Welch 2014_07_05 009

To view more Terrill Welch’s paintings i detail visit her online gallery by clicking on the listing below.


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