16 Edd Enders Trees in 2016: 16% off these 16 paintings HAS ENDED and nearly all these paintings have been sold. See currently available work at the portfolio.
Edd is drawn to the personality, individuality, vibrant color and dynamic form of trees and they’re fan favorites.
Here’s a collection of 16 trees – curated and discounted 16% in 2016 – spanning eras, environments, compositions and sizes. Here is your opportunity to bring an Edd Enders tree home in 2016.
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SOLD Juniper Sunrise, 24″ x 30″
SOLD Cottonwood Branch in Wind, 2016, 18″ x 32″, with 16% discount, $1,450
Cottonwood #176, 60 x 42″
SOLD Juniper Tree Deep Creek Bench, 40″ x 60″
SOLD Cottonwood #200, 2014, 54″ x 36″
Red Tree on Corner, 2010, 60″ x 30″
SOLD Edd Pine with Purple, 2016, 66″ x 36″
SOLD Juniper #2, 18″ x 24″ at Faye’s Cafe’
SOLD Cottonwood # 180, 2011, 42″ x 30″
Cottonwood #178, 66 x 42″
Cottonwood #181, 2011, 66″ x 30″
Cottonwood #198, 2015, 32″ x 48″
SOLD Cottonwood #173 on River, 2011, 60″ x 72″
SOLD, On the Road to Find Out
SOLD Featured in the YAM 2017 Auction. Murder of Crows at Crossing
SOLD. Big Timber Church, 2001, 40″ x 52″
Contact 406.222.4848 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to make arrangements to see & purchase work. Check, cash, credit card or installment payments accepted but credit card payments will include an extra 3% charge to process, sale prices do not apply to installment payments, and all invoices not paid within 90 days will be assessed a 1% charge per 30 days.
Note: painting images seen in blogs may have sold. See currently available work at the portfolio.
One of the things that Edd Enders captures well is the undulating backroads of Montana. To capture these vast vistas, Edd drives out to find landscapes that inspire him. He then sketches the the scene, looking for compositional angles and adding details and color notes. Back in the studio, he lays down oil paint on the canvas – referring to the sketch – using nonrepresentational colors that are complementary and adding visual elements that draw the eye like roads, powerlines, and often birds. These two new paintings inspired by Swingley road just outside of Livingston, Montana, are iconic examples of how Edd captures the freedom and unique beauty of Montana road trips. Contact 406.222.4848 to see these and other Edd paintings.
Swingley Meets Business Park Road, Stage 1
Swingley Meets Business Park Road, completed. 36″ x 66″, $7,120
Swingley Route, 42″ x 66″