Wednesday, July 13, 2016

HIGH NOON AT NOON #13: Andy MacDonald and Gordon MacDonald

We've finally come to the 13th day of HIGH NOON at NOON- our last of the July season!   HIGH NOON is a time sensitive "sale" on  selected works that the gallery and artist that created them feel is some of their best works...but haven't found a home yet. We'd like to introduce you to these works and hope that some of them find a home with you. This year we are featuring  works each day  until July 13th, at  HIGH NOON that will be priced at a special price but for just 24 hours! 
 
Today's HIGH NOON includes TWO paintings. One by Andy MacDonald and one by Gordon MacDonald. 

The first work pictured below is by Andy MacDonald is a very old work by him- perhaps one of the first works we ever received. It was the beginning of his house series. This work is a must see in person, as it's very difficult to photograph due to the high gloss resin he uses. The work is called "2635 Fuller Terrace in Red", painted with Acrylic and Resin on Board and measuring 32" x 24". Although it was a starting point, Andy's gone in different directions then, but it's so interesting to see where it all started. 

 Until tomorrow at HIGH NOON, this work sells for $275 and the regular price is $575


The second work featured below is by Gordon MacDonald- who we are getting ready to host his 13th solo exhibit with!  WOW. Time flys! This work is called " Built to Last", Oil on Board and measures 30" x 30" . If you grew up in Annapolis Valley, chances are you know exactly where this old abandoned garage is. 
  
Until tomorrow at HIGH NOON, this work sells for $1900 and the regular price is $2900  ( THIS IS A STEAL!  IF YOU LOVE THIS WORK, NOW IS THE TIME!)

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