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I love to paint snow! In no other format does an artist get to paint such vivid contrasts between light and dark or cool and warm. Even in the snow texture itself, I paint vibrant and contrasting colors. If you look closely, you will see pink, green, peach, blue, yellow, and violet – all contrasting colors that cause a visual vibration effect, giving the snow the illusion of depth and icy-ness. “Welcome Winter” is the final of four in a series depicting this old home place cabin in the four seasons, and it is my favorite of the four. The warm glow of the sun in the background casts angular streaks of light that draw me in and make me want to go knock on the door. The fireplaces are roaring to fight back the cold, and the neighbors are sure to invite me in because that is what friendly folks do. The delight of visitors around hot coffee and the breakfast table is much more invigorating than a TV show, and besides, they left the gate open as if to say “Welcome.” Feel the draw and be compelled to spend some time with someone different, someone alone, someone with a soul that matters.

~ Mark Keathley

12x16    S/N   (95):   $550 Framed   or   $400 Canvas
12x16    A/P   (15):   $895 Framed   or   $745 Canvas •SOLD OUT•
18x24    S/N   (95):   $895 Framed   or   $695 Canvas
18x24    A/P   (15):  $1395 Framed   or  $1195 Canvas •SOLD OUT•
18x24    P/P   (50):  $1195 Framed   or   $995 Canvas •SOLD OUT•
18x24    P/E    (5):  $2195 Framed   or  $1995 Canvas •SOLD OUT•
25.5x34  A/P   (25):  $1995 Framed   or  $1675 Canvas

Above prices represent Publisher suggested issue release price.  Each Gallery is independently owned and operated and

prices may vary.  Also, Limited edition art may sell for higher prices on the secondary market after they are sold out      

Note: A/P edition is embellished by the artist.  Premier edition is embellished by the artist and has a special sketch on the verso side of the canvas.  There will not be a number on the canvas, instead, the artist will note that it is one of only five on the reverse of the canvas.  Additionally, the Premier edition has a brass plate on the stretcher bar designating it as a Premier edition.