Thanksgiving from Soli Deo Gloria Studio -140 D Roberts Street, Asheville

Last September, I posted Updates at 140 D — A year later there are many more updates!
The studio space has been purchased by the glass studio next door at 140 C. And Shelley Pereda, who has held the lease, has decided to leave the studio and bequeath the lease to me–as long as it lasts! 

Thankfully, the glass studio owners have no plans to move into this building for at least a year! They are merely raising the rent! (AND that’s one good reason to have an INVENTORY REDUCTION SALE—that sounds so commercial!) The other reason is, I currently rent space to three other artists: Ron Maffett (painting), Barabara Wade (painting), and Lynda Sondles ( silk scarves and fabric art quilts), with space for one more artist. SO even less SPACE for my work.

UNTIL CHRISTMAS, I am selling my work for half the gallery price. Last week I finished the commissioned pieces for Grace Community Church on the book of Revelation and have canvases waiting to continue this series but need more space. IMG_1121I also teach oil and wax workshops which means I have many 12 x 12 inch paintings for sale. Some are abstract layers of color but like most of my work they are rich in metaphor and spiritual meaning.

(The large piece above Put Yourself In The Path of the Wind influencestml
was featured in a show called Eastern Breezes this summer at the Andrew Charles Gallery.)

I want to take the opportunity at this THANKSGIVING time to thank my patrons and those who have visited my studio this year. Here are several of them holding their new purchases.
new owner KFrench holds her new painting  Wendy from Durham holds her new purchase


New encaustic monoprints
Using a smooth hotplate I designed the paintings. Then I carefully placed rice papers. (In theses I used Di Chiri 8 x 11 inch paper). Experimented with other surfaces as well. Below encaustic monotype on existing oil monoprint.

The Fall encaustic monotype on Dai Chiri brick rice paper S   encaustic monotype on Di Chiri Japanese paper   encaustic monoprint

One Who Came On the Waters of Time encasutic monotype on oil monotype       One Who Came on the Waters of Time encaustic  monotype over oil monotrype
One Who Came On the Waters Series (framed 17 x 21 inches)

And new giclee reproductions of particularly significant paintings. (see website) 

One Who Came on the Waters of Time S  40 x 40 inches                        Unfurled Scrolls -orig20x30   
  One  Who Came on The Waters of Time                         Scrolls Unfurled /Revelation 6
10 x 10  inches on Provence rag paper                            14 x 20 inches on Provence rag

November  28-29

Thanks to the LORD, for he is good; his love endures forever.” Psalm 107:1

Let Earth Receive Her King

Let Earth Receive1-300 dpijpg

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3 Responses to Thanksgiving from Soli Deo Gloria Studio -140 D Roberts Street, Asheville

  1. grace bomer says:

    Sent from my iPhone


  2. denise weyhrich says:

    Dear Carol, Do you have any small works to view that are a low price? I am seeing if we can afford one and termite the house for Christmas! blessings Denise

    Denise Weyhrich Studio 241 North Cambridge St Orange CA 92866 714 225 5695


    • grace bomer says:

      Hi Denise! Yes they are affordable! Christmas special half off gallery prices so tell me if you see anything on the photos and I will give you a price. I have so many more on my web site. Small originals 250 and under–100.for some 8’x 8″ And hand manipulated giclee like He Has Prepared a City for Them are 100.00 plus S&H also.

      The three pieces above the large oil are 225 for example.

      Art is good but termites are bad ;)!!

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