Tuesday, January 22, 2019

HIGH NOON at NOON: Michelle St-Onge

 Welcome to Tuesday- the second last day for the HIGH NOON SALES! We still have some works that didn't sell from the past HIGH NOON features in the last few days and have decided to keep those sales open until end of day January 26th. 

In fact you can view some of these works in person when you attend our upcoming show "PRE-SHRUNK" opening this Friday 7pm-9pm in our lower gallery. So take another gander and buy some art to start off your 2019 in style!
 

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. We feature ONE  piece of art at HIGH NOON that will be priced at a special price but for just 24 hours! 
 
Today's HIGH NOON AT NOON features are by Michelle St-Onge and include two architectural limited edition screenprints and one of the very first watercolours she ever brought us of this beautiful butterfly- a beautiful memory of warmer days ahead...take a look below for details on each piece.  

This work  below of LOVE SHACK will sell for just $285 until January 26th , and  it's regular price is $425. It's the very last of it's kind and a very special piece of Halifax history and architecture.


 
"Love Shack", 18" x 22", Edition 1/10, Screen printed and hand coloured on canvas   

 
 This work  below of Chicken Little  will sell for just $195 until January 26th , and  it's regular price is $325. It's also  the very last of it's kind and a very special reminder of summer in HRM- cooling off with a cone at the Chicken Little. :-) Ah.....dear summer, we miss you!

"Chicken Little", 12" x 18", Edition 1/8, Screen printed and hand coloured on canvas


 This work  below called "Swallowtail Butterfly" and will sell for just $95 until January 26th , and  it's regular price is $185. This work is framed and much nicer in person as well.





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