Featured Artist: August 29 - October 30, 2022
Terry Peasley's personal approach to painting can be summarized by a quote he once read, "To paint a mountain you must climb it, or you will not be able to capture its essence". Without such personal involvement in a painting, the work will not come alive. Tags: Birds, Vineyards, Landscapes, Wate...rscapes, Cars, Trucks.
Metolius River Series #1
Fine Art by artist Terry Peasley - Description: Small original watercolor in a wood frame that is also hand-made by artist Terry Peasley. Terry says this is a great fishing hole on the Metolius River in Central Oregon!
Fine Art by artist Terry Peasley - Description: Pen & Ink on Lama Li paper that is handmade in Nepal mountains from the inner bark of the Lokta bush, which is one of the stongest paper fibers. And since new growth regenerates quickly it provides a renewable resources. This piece was originally part of a display at the Joel Palmer House in Dayton, Oregon.
Fine Art by artist Terry Peasley - Description: A barn that is still around off of Hwy 99 South of Amity, Oregon. The owners allowed me to explore the inside of this clear span barn where many folk dance parties where held.
Unframed Print - Watercolor (Ltd Ed 3/20) - 10.5 x 16
Fine Art by artist Terry Peasley - Description: Always have loved flickers and marvel how they blend in on the side of a tree. I have found that they are either a bird you love or hate.
Trapper Creek Series #1
Fine Art by artist Terry Peasley - Description: This is a small tributary running into Trapper Creek, which is in the trapper creek wilderness - a place I frequent every summer.
Unframed Print - Watercolor (Ltd Ed 1/40) - 11 x 8.5
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Upper Terrace Beaux Freres
Fine Art by artist Terry Peasley - Description: One of the most coveted vineyards of Beaux Freres. The warm sky, with fog lifting from the distance hills gives a sense of peace and solace.
Fine Art by artist Terry Peasley - Description: This '47 Dodge belongs to Charlie Chequin in McMinnville, Oregon, and last I heard, it is now at the Yamhill County Heritage Museum. We became friends when I lived near his century farm, and one day I was pulling friends together for an apple pressing. Charlie wanted to come with apples, so I suggested he bring the '47 Dodge loaded with old apple boxes filled with his apples.