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November 2010 1st place winner for "Colors" in Light Space & Time Exhibition 1st Place Winner __" Mary Sonya Conti ___Peony Poetry___ Mary Sonya Conti is from Kansas City, MO. As an artist, she always wants her work to express emotion and to convey an atmosphere to the viewer within the boundaries of the canvas. A turn in focus now allows application, translation and experimentation of the brush stroke.___ Her work is with water based media as well as some collage work in various pieces using different papers. Painterly or contemporary is the flavor of her work. Sonya__™s artwork can be found in private collections around the world as well as displayed in Dayton Ohio… Continue reading… 0 comments

acrylic fluids and ink on aqua board has a new home. Original price is 700.00 This piece sold through The Artists site on Thanksgiving Day… Continue reading… 0 comments

watercolor as time fades the actual memory of a certain time and place; one recalls what was-then a full flowing creek bed with abundant snowfall and a sound in the air like no other SALE 3 pieces of the January Series 40 percent off $250.00 Originals and ready to hang for the Holidays I am a Daily Painter, however my work is not finished in a day. The watercolor, acrylic inks, collage and glazing that is done to the work cannot be completed in a 24 hour period and quite frankly, my work develops and expands to give the owner of the work the best that the work can give. At this time of year we all want sales. All of my remaining inventory is on sale. If you still want a price that meets your budget this month; contact me… Continue reading… 0 comments

The Twelve

by msonya , June 18, 2009—12:00 AM

Topics: auction, contemporary art, fine art

Often spend time wondering what a buyer thinks of the work after they have received it from online purchase. Following is an email that received from the client who purchased this and Indriel Blue from the 2008 collection. OMG, these two painting are stunning. The 12 Watercolor is so much more beautiful than I thought, and the Hosta is astounding. How did you make the colors so vivid? The over-gloss is amazing and quite a surprise. I thought your work was gorgeous online, but in person it is just overwhelming. I just moved from NY and wanted a painting or two by a heartland painter. Just wonderful. Pam There is no way to describe the finish that use other than it is not disappointing… Continue reading… 0 comments