The Quarantine Collection
When this quarantine began, was I the only one who imagined it would be over relatively quick? Well, half a year later, a pandemic, with no end in sight, is still testing our mettle. To the family, friends, and acquaintances who've helped me get to today, whether with a "safely distanced" walk, a video chat, or a simple "like" or kind comment on social media, thank you. It all helps.
As the heat of summer cools toward autumn, I've been thinking more about thank you. The Quarantine Collection is my simple gesture. As you know if you've seen my work, I love painting big! But I get it. Big paintings take up a lot of space and are less affordable. Well, during this time of isolation, I've painted some smaller pieces and it's a win/win.
The original paintings in this collection are the lowest price I've offered in years. Plus, your purchase supports these inspiring organizations–Black Votes Matter, Rainforest Foundation US, and National Women's Law Center. They'll receive 40% of the profits from your purchase.
If you've been wanting to own one of my paintings, this is your chance. My 12"x 12"paintings normally sell for $500. These are just $225 each. The metallic gold, gem-like 9" x 12" pieces are a steal at $200. Perfect for any room, or as a housewarming or holiday gift. They're great in pairs or groups, too. Remember, 40% of the profit goes to uplifting causes.
All paintings in this collection are acrylic on archival hardboard, mounted on cradled wood with a natural finish, so framing is not necessary. Ready to hang, these original, one-of-a-kind paintings are signed on the reverse. Sales are through an Etsy shop I set up just for this collection.
This is a limited time offer and will end in September. Whether brightening up your home office or getting some early holiday shopping wrapped up, now's the time!
A big thanks for your consideration. I truly appreciate you. Feel free to contact me with any questions. And be well!
Artist and naturalist Michelle Louis has a vigorous curiosity about the natural world. Her abstract landscape paintings cultivate connection to the lands she explores.
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