8″ x 10″ $40 Print on canvass only
Try one of these small 8″ x 10″ prints on canvass or acrylic for your home or business! Prints of any of my works of art are available.
My wife and I have ordered several for our home and they look great!
Click on the title of any article on johnfosterart.com, then look to the right to see many of my creations. Click on the one you like, copy the website ULR address at the top of the page, then email the address to me and how many you would like to order. Email: email@example.com
It will take me about two weeks to receive the prints on canvass or acrylic at my studio, unless I have those you would like on hand.
Thanks for shopping…..and the very best……John
These are “Rock ‘N’ Rocks” or “Rocks Of Ages” which ever one you like….
$450 or make an offer!
Prints on canvass or prints on acrylic only!
Early American No 7 ….$40 to $90
Early American No 8 ….$40 to $90
Man & Stagecoach ….$40 to $90
The three new reproductions above are of old oil paintings I created decades ago. The originals are not available. I donated the two original Early American paintings to the Santa Geleske College on the Rose Bud Reservation in South Dakota. I used old historic photos to create all three.
They are offered here as prints on canvass or prints on acrylic. The standard sizes as shown are 8″ x 10″ at $40 and 16″ x 20″ at $80. Other sizes are available upon request. Prices range as shown from $40 to $100.
They can be yours with as little effort as writing an email to firstname.lastname@example.org .
As always, wishing you the very, very best……..John
Prints on canvass ……..$27 — $90
“Mixed Emotions” — print on canvass or on acrylic
Brown stain on classic cedar wood carving — 8″ x 10″ …….$40, 16″ x 20″ …….$80, other sizes available upon request ………up to $100
The print can be yours by contacting John @ email@example.com .
Prints on canvass ……..$40 to $100
This is one of the most beautiful locations in the world…on the trail to the Grand Teton Mountain…up Cascade Canyon. It is a hike that can wear you out no matter how good of shape you are in. There are breath-taking views in every direction. But beware of bear and moose lying in the shade beside the trail. This is an offering of prints on canvass of one of two oil paintings I entered in one of three art shows from the time I was 7 years old until I was about 55 years old. In this particular show the other painting won first place, but the judge stated that either one could have won first place. He was particularly taken with my method of using all colors throughout the canvass, the contrast, repetition, and perspective, etc.
Your copy will be signed and dated.
Other sizes are available with the gray side bars varying in width.
Prints non canvass ……….$40 to $100
Offering a new second print on canvass of the “Old Man”…it is of the second oil painting I created using old photos of Einstein. It was a commission for a friend’s son. The look in the eyes and the features in the face give you a different feeling than the first original “Old Man” painting. The technical manipulation of the second original painting especially prepared the creation for prints on canvass. The dark boarder was placed on all sides so that the edges of the canvass would be a black that blends nicely with the dark colors in the painting.
“Fallen Daisies” Alabaster, Mauve Soapstone, and Butterscotch Onyx on Gray Granite
with many, many gemstones of various kinds
$450 or make an offer!
Daisies, as beautiful as they are, grow old every year. They freeze and eventually fall to the ground. Four of these Daisies — like the Daisies of Nature — fell down, but on the floor of my studio! Yet rather than rotting, I thought, they remain beautiful and will most certainly last an entire lifetime. The other two Daisy blossoms, as I was completing them, fell prey to my uncontrollable hands. So, in a sense, they fell also. When I began to throw them away I hesitated because they looked so beautiful. So, I laid them on this gray stone and thought they would look more beautiful with clusters of gemstone nuggets in their centers. And I created this artistic piece you see here. It by far is one of my favorites.