Art as Sacrament (L’Art Comme Sacrement) — My Latest Watercolor

L’Art Comme Sacrement

30″ x 22.5″  NFS – Private Commission for a Dining Room with French theme.

Archival Giclee prints are available

8.5″ x 11″    $55. US
9″ x 13″ $65.
11″ x 17″ $85.
13″ x 19″  $105.
16″ x 20″ $150.
17″ x 22″  $170.
17″ x 25″  $175.

Shipping is $6.99 per order in USA. (USPS Priority Mail w/ tracking) International and express shipping (via UPS) are actual cost plus $2 (to cover packaging).


8 Responses to “Art as Sacrament (L’Art Comme Sacrement) — My Latest Watercolor”

  1. Wow! Wow! Wow!

    Hey, I want this one! No, really this needs to have a place in my house. I already know where.

    I did try by the way let you know that the “buy now” button didn’t work for the other work you did. When I tried I received a message back that there is an error and I have to go back to you. So here I am. And I definitely want this one now.

    I want the 11″ x 17″ for 85 USD

    You tell me now what to do. You have no idea how long I have been looking for something like this. I’m so glad I found this now and didn’t buy just a painting but waited so long. And I have to tell you the other painting “Fathers eyes”, I can’t purchase that one now. Sorry, but I think this was meant to be. So now I can buy this one. Thank You Lord!

    Oh I can’t wait for your reply how to purchase it. I want to jump already and I don’t have it yet. Okay, I have to go, friends are waiting for me. Bye bye.

  2. I’m loving the details in this one Randy – you must have expended some serious concentration to execute it so well. It’s a busy composition, so it’s the details that catch my eye like the play of the light and reflections on the glass etc.


  3. Fran Carpenter August 14, 2010 at 16:37

    This is my favorite one. I just love it! LOVE everything about it! Now if I could find room in my little villa in Willow Springs!


  4. Rich Goulette August 16, 2010 at 09:38

    Randy, any frame suggestions? By the way, I do have a bottle of the 2004 “Y” which is the dry version of the D’Yquem. Might have to crack it when hung in the dining room!

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