All new BaywoodGallery.com

BAYWOODGALLERY.COM 

Mary Grden-Fine Art Oil Painter

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My BaywoodGallery.com is where all of my Original Oil Paintings will be for sale as well as links to buy the prints of my Original Oils, guest artists, and much . 

Buy Prints at BaywoodArtGallery.com    my sister site at a “print on demand” company.  If you see a print here that you would like to see in many sizes, frames, paper, canvas, metal, wood, acrylic, some specialty items and more tap on the link above, with “Art” in its title, (BaywoodArtGallery.com) on any page for Prints.  My site there opens up to “Collections”.  Choose by the print image or image group, like “boats.”  The reason I have two functioning sites is that one site can only sell prints for me and the other, my 20 + year old site, BaywoodGallery.com only sells Original Oils.  Both sites are secure. 

I have always sold Limited Edition Prints, and may in the future, but for now I am waiting until I get all of my originals and prints up for sale.  Use the links provided here and hopefully you will Follow, Tweet, and find a wonderful piece of  my Art.  I do all of the maintenance on the sites including the rendering of raw and very large media files.  I am a self-taught, Expressionist Oil Painter, who over the last 20 years, learned print making, and how to digitally render my prints for color, contrast, sizing and more.  My color palette as a painter helps me in making sure the colors are as genuine as the Original I painted.  

Hope that you enjoy and comments are appreciated. 

For many years I told people I was a “Realist”, but I am not.  I am an “Painter in Expressionism”.  That is to say, that when you first view one of my paintings or prints you might think it is somewhat realistic view, but an Expressionist paints or puts emotion into their painting.  I can explain it by what people say to me when they view my work, like this:  “People often remark on how my painting makes them ‘feel’,  like ‘happy’, or ‘calm’ or as if they could walk right into the painting with emotion.  

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