Posts by geowitt

Prices Reduced

Posted by on Jul 16, 2018 in Blog, News, Slideshow | 0 comments

Prices Reduced

All the prices have been reduced and the site is easier to use! Just pull down the country or the city and the prices are on the image. Just click the “For More Information”. Then fill out the information sheet. Then I will correspond with you and set the delivery time and how you are going to pay. On the “Prints” page the cost of a print is $99 (the caption is for the original).

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Studio Exhibit

Posted by on Nov 2, 2016 in Blog, News, Slideshow | 0 comments

Studio Exhibit

See the postcard painting in the Warehouse Studio. For an appointment: (1) go online to my web site, Postcard-Art-Gallery.com. or (2) E mail me.  This postcard from Spain is for sale, “Alcazar Garden” and was mailed from Spain. Accessing the site: when the site opens go to Spain, pull it down and then go to Granada. You will see all the paintings that were done in Granada – just click on the one you like!  

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Painting chosen by MSW juror and in the Arkansas Art Center Collection

Posted by on Feb 18, 2015 in Blog, News, Slideshow, Uncategorized | 0 comments

Painting chosen by MSW juror and in the Arkansas Art Center Collection

This painting was chosen in the annual juried MSW Exhibition as the “Best of Show” and bought by the Arkansas Art Center for its permanent collection. Click on the painting to view.

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Arkansas Arts Center selects this painting for Traveling Exhibition

Posted by on May 22, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

Arkansas Arts Center selects this painting for Traveling Exhibition

This painting was selected by the juror, Chris Krupinski, for the Mid Southern Watercolorists exhibit in 2014. When the exhibition at the Historic Arkansas Museum closed, the painting was chosen by the Arkansas Arts Center for its 2014 Traveling Exhibit. Painting info can be seen here and at Paintings and More.

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Morocco

Posted by on Nov 24, 2013 in Blog | 0 comments

Morocco

See this postcard painting. These two arches caught my eye. Not only did their shape make an interesting composition against the roof tiles and bight blue sky, but also the framing of the elongated lanterns of the hallway.

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