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Terrill Welch

Terrill Welch 

impressionist painter, photographer and writer

Occupation: Artist, Photographer, Writer (Terrill Welch Artist)

Location: Mayne Island

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Matt Shalvatis33,996*Calling Photographers and Artists:  Join us at the Weekend Art Marketplace.* PLEASE!  It’s very important to share this event.  You can either use the “Invite” function within this event, or share this event to your circles.   If anything you post is "Halloween" related, then use the tag #Halloween .  …………………………………………………………………… *Just what is Weekend Art Marketplace?*   This weekend and every weekend thereafter, is the Weekend Art Marketplace.  So what is it?  It’s a time where G+ artists share their art with a worldwide G+ audience, and G+ art buyers can see what the community has to offer.  *Ooh, ooh, I’m an artist.  Can I participate?*   Yes, you sure can!   See the Rules for Marketplace Participation below.   *What kind of art is suitable for the marketplace?* Photography, Drawings, Digital Art, Paintings, Wood Carvings, Music, Sketches, Caricatures, Cartoons, Origami, Poetry, Books, and no doubt others.  It’s all good!  *Why participate in this marketplace?* Look at it this way.  If you’re not in a marketplace, you’re a lone seller on an empty side street.  When you join up with other artists in a marketplace, you’re in a big store on the main highway, where 100 times more people can view your work.  Is that enough of a reason?   *So, how do I participate?*   To list an item in the marketplace, do this: • Get the URL you want to display from your personal website, or from the website you sell from, whether it’s Zenfolio, Smugmug, Zazzle, FineArtAmerica, or another. • Go to Google Plus, go to your “Share what’s new” box.  Click the link icon, paste in the URL from step one.  Your artwork should display in the photo area.  Or for a better viewing experience, upload a larger version of the photo from the photo link.  Don’t forget to put the website address in the G+ post!   • If possible, just give your audience a bit more information about your art.  Information the viewer might find useful or interesting.  What are they seeing?  What was your inspiration?   • Feel free to create a Limited Time Promotion for your Google Plus viewers.   • Add the tag #WeekendArtMarketplace • Add +Matt Shalvatis to your circles.  My name is for future updates and other features, like shared circles.   *Rules for Market Participation.* • Remember that you are not selling here on Google Plus; you must link to another website where you sell your work.   • Posting hours are 6 PM your local time Friday to 6 PM your local time Sunday (48 hours). • Please use the tag #WeekendArtMarketplace  on all posted items.  This is how everybody can find you and the market!   • Please use this tag only on weekends, on items posted within the 48 hour window.  • Don’t post multiple items at once.  Spread them out over the 48 hours.   • You must +1 and share the weekly Marketplace announcements and shared circles. • To gain greater visibility for the marketplace, please share 1 item from someone else for every item you post.   • The item listed on your G+ post must lWeekend Art Marketplace2013-10-05 00:00:0013  
Matt Shalvatis33,996*Calling Photographers and Artists:  Join us at the Weekend Art Marketplace.* PLEASE!  It’s very important to share this event.  You can either use the “Invite” function within this event, or share this event to your circles.   If anything you post is "Back to School" related, then use the tag #BackToSchool .  …………………………………………………………………… *Just what is Weekend Art Marketplace?*   This weekend and every weekend thereafter, is the Weekend Art Marketplace.  So what is it?  It’s a time where G+ artists share their art with a worldwide G+ audience, and G+ art buyers can see what the community has to offer.  *Ooh, ooh, I’m an artist.  Can I participate?*   Yes, you sure can!   See the Rules for Marketplace Participation below.   *What kind of art is suitable for the marketplace?* Photography, Drawings, Digital Art, Paintings, Wood Carvings, Music, Sketches, Caricatures, Cartoons, Origami, Poetry, Books, and no doubt others.  It’s all good!  *Why participate in this marketplace?* Look at it this way.  If you’re not in a marketplace, you’re a lone seller on an empty side street.  When you join up with other artists in a marketplace, you’re in a big store on the main highway, where 100 times more people can view your work.  Is that enough of a reason?   *So, how do I participate?*   To list an item in the marketplace, do this: • Get the URL you want to display from your personal website, or from the website you sell from, whether it’s Zenfolio, Smugmug, Zazzle, FineArtAmerica, or another. • Go to Google Plus, go to your “Share what’s new” box.  Click the link icon, paste in the URL from step one.  Your artwork should display in the photo area.  Or for a better viewing experience, upload a larger version of the photo from the photo link.  Don’t forget to put the website address in the G+ post!   • If possible, just give your audience a bit more information about your art.  Information the viewer might find useful or interesting.  What are they seeing?  What was your inspiration?   • Feel free to create a Limited Time Promotion for your Google Plus viewers.   • Add the tag #WeekendArtMarketplace • Add +Matt Shalvatis to your circles.  My name is for future updates and other features, like shared circles.   *Rules for Market Participation.* • Remember that you are not selling here on Google Plus; you must link to another website where you sell your work.   • Posting hours are 6 PM your local time Friday to 6 PM your local time Sunday (48 hours). • Please use the tag #WeekendArtMarketplace  on all posted items.  This is how everybody can find you and the market!   • Please use this tag only on weekends, on items posted within the 48 hour window.  • Don’t post multiple items at once.  Spread them out over the 48 hours.   • You must +1 and share the weekly Marketplace announcements and shared circles. • To gain greater visibility for the marketplace, please share 1 item from someone else for every item you post.   • The item listed on your G+ posWeekend Art Marketplace2013-09-14 00:00:4837  
Matt Shalvatis33,996*Calling Photographers and Artists:  Join us at the Weekend Art Marketplace.* PLEASE!  It’s very important to share this event.  You can either use the “Invite” function within this event, or share this event to your circles.   …………………………………………………………………… *Just what is Weekend Art Marketplace?*   This weekend and every weekend thereafter, is the Weekend Art Marketplace.  So what is it?  It’s a time where G+ artists share their art with a worldwide G+ audience, and G+ art buyers can see what the community has to offer.  *Ooh, ooh, I’m an artist.  Can I participate?*   Yes, you sure can!   See the Rules for Marketplace Participation below.   *What kind of art is suitable for the marketplace?* Photography, Drawings, Digital Art, Paintings, Wood Carvings, Music, Sketches, Caricatures, Cartoons, Origami, Poetry, Books, and no doubt others.  It’s all good!  *Why participate in this marketplace?* Look at it this way.  If you’re not in a marketplace, you’re a lone seller on an empty side street.  When you join up with other artists in a marketplace, you’re in a big store on the main highway, where 100 times more people can view your work.  Is that enough of a reason?   *So, how do I participate?*   To list an item in the marketplace, do this: • Get the URL you want to display from your personal website, or from the website you sell from, whether it’s Zenfolio, Smugmug, Zazzle, FineArtAmerica, or another. • Go to Google Plus, go to your “Share what’s new” box.  Click the link icon, paste in the URL from step one.  Your artwork should display in the photo area.  Or for a better viewing experience, upload a larger version of the photo from the photo link.  Don’t forget to put the website address in the G+ post!   • If possible, just give your audience a bit more information about your art.  Information the viewer might find useful or interesting.  What are they seeing?  What was your inspiration?   • Feel free to create a Limited Time Promotion for your Google Plus viewers.   • Add the tag #WeekendArtMarketplace • Add +Matt Shalvatis to your circles.  My name is for future updates and other features, like shared circles.   *Rules for Market Participation.* • Remember that you are not selling here on Google Plus; you must link to another website where you sell your work.   • Posting hours are 6 PM your local time Friday to 6 PM your local time Sunday (48 hours). • Please use the tag #WeekendArtMarketplace  on all posted items.  This is how everybody can find you and the market!   • Please use this tag only on weekends, on items posted within the 48 hour window.  • Don’t post multiple items at once.  Spread them out over the 48 hours.   • You must +1 and share the weekly Marketplace announcements and shared circles. • To gain greater visibility for the marketplace, please share 1 item from someone else for every item you post.   • The item listed on your G+ post must link to the item for sale, not something else. • Be helpful to other sellers aWeekend Art Marketplace2013-08-17 00:00:0120  
Matt Shalvatis33,996*Calling Photographers and Artists:  Join us at the Weekend Art Marketplace.* PLEASE!  It’s very important to share this event.  You can either use the “Invite” function within this event, or share this event to your circles.   …………………………………………………………………… *Just what is Weekend Art Marketplace?*   This weekend and every weekend thereafter, is the Weekend Art Marketplace.  So what is it?  It’s a time where G+ artists share their art with a worldwide G+ audience, and G+ art buyers can see what the community has to offer.  *Ooh, ooh, I’m an artist.  Can I participate?*   Yes, you sure can!   See the Rules for Marketplace Participation below.   *What kind of art is suitable for the marketplace?* Photography, Drawings, Digital Art, Paintings, Wood Carvings, Music, Sketches, Caricatures, Cartoons, Origami, Poetry, Books, and no doubt others.  It’s all good!  *Why participate in this marketplace?* Look at it this way.  If you’re not in a marketplace, you’re a lone seller on an empty side street.  When you join up with other artists in a marketplace, you’re in a big store on the main highway, where 100 times more people can view your work.  Is that enough of a reason?   *So, how do I participate?*   To list an item in the marketplace, do this: • Get the URL you want to display from your personal website, or from the website you sell from, whether it’s Zenfolio, Smugmug, Zazzle, FineArtAmerica, or another. • Go to Google Plus, go to your “Share what’s new” box.  Click the link icon, paste in the URL from step one.  Your artwork should display in the photo area.  Or for a better viewing experience, upload a larger version of the photo from the photo link.  Don’t forget to put the website address in the G+ post!   • If possible, just give your audience a bit more information about your art.  Information the viewer might find useful or interesting.  What are they seeing?  What was your inspiration?   • Feel free to create a Limited Time Promotion for your Google Plus viewers.   • Add the tag #WeekendArtMarketplace • Add +Matt Shalvatis to your circles.  My name is for future updates and other features, like shared circles.   *Rules for Market Participation.* • Remember that you are not selling here on Google Plus; you must link to another website where you sell your work.   • Posting hours are 6 PM your local time Friday to 6 PM your local time Sunday (48 hours). • Please use the tag #WeekendArtMarketplace  on all posted items.  This is how everybody can find you and the market!   • Please use this tag only on weekends, on items posted within the 48 hour window.  • Don’t post multiple items at once.  Spread them out over the 48 hours.   • You must +1 and share the weekly Marketplace announcements and shared circles. • To gain greater visibility for the marketplace, please share 1 item from someone else for every item you post.   • The item listed on your G+ post must link to the item for sale, not something else. • Be helpful to other sellers aWeekend Art Marketplace 2.02013-06-01 00:00:0831  
Trey Ratcliff8,850,900This is a fun topic - why you can stop worrying about gear so much and focus more on the post-processing.  Joining me are my friends +Thomas Hawk +Karen Hutton and +Gino Barasa... and maybe a few more!   I'm back in New Zealand from San Francisco and ready for the next hangout show!  We also have live chat now (!!) during the show... this has been one of the biggest requests.  You can see it embedded alongside the live video player on http://www.StuckInCustoms.com . I'll be back in the SF area soon for Google I/O.  Maybe I'll also plan a fun public photo event while there... +Thomas Hawk and I will talk about it during the show... all ideas are welcome! :)Live Photography Hangout: "Post Processing Instead of Gear!" with Thomas Hawk, Karen Hutton, and Gino! (Monday 7 PM PT, 10 PM ET)2013-04-30 04:00:00772  
Matt Shalvatis33,996*Calling Photographers and Artists:  Join us at the Weekend Art Marketplace.* If you’ve posted in the marketplace already, just read the (NEW) section.  If you’re a first-timer here, please take a few minutes to read the whole post.  THANKS!   PLEASE!  It’s very important to share this event.  You can either use the “Invite” function within this event, or share this event to your circles.   …………………………………………………………………… *Just what is Weekend Art Marketplace?*   This weekend and every weekend thereafter, is the Weekend Art Marketplace.  So what is it?  It’s a time where G+ artists share their art with a worldwide G+ audience, and G+ art buyers can see what the community has to offer.  *Ooh, ooh, I’m an artist.  Can I participate?*   Yes, you sure can!   See the Rules for Marketplace Participation below.   *What kind of art is suitable for the marketplace?* Photography, Drawings, Digital Art, Paintings, Wood Carvings, Music, Sketches, Caricatures, Cartoons, Origami, Poetry, Books, and no doubt others.  It’s all good!  *Why participate in this marketplace?* Look at it this way.  If you’re not in a marketplace, you’re a lone seller on an empty side street.  When you join up with other artists in a marketplace, you’re in a big store on the main highway, where 100 times more people can view your work.  Is that enough of a reason?   *So, how do I participate?*   To list an item in the marketplace, do this: • Get the URL you want to display from your personal website, or from the website you sell from, whether it’s Zenfolio, Smugmug, FineArtAmerica, or another. • Go to Google Plus, go to your “Share what’s new” box.  Click the link icon, paste in the URL from step one.  Your artwork should display in the photo area.  Or for a better viewing experience, upload a larger version of the photo from the photo link.  Don’t forget to put the website address in the G+ post!   • If possible, just give your audience a bit more information about your art.  Information the viewer might find useful or interesting.  What are they seeing?  What was your inspiration?   • Feel free to create a Limited Time Promotion for your Google Plus viewers.   • Add the tag #WeekendArtMarketplace • Add +Matt Shalvatis to your circles.  My name is for future updates and other features, like shared circles.   *Rules for Market Participation.* • Remember that you are not selling here on Google Plus; you must link to another website where you sell your work.   • If you have less than 50,000 followers here on Google Plus, you can post five items per weekend.  ** • If you have between 50,000 and 100,000 followers here on Google Plus, you can post two items per weekend.  ** • If you have more than 100,000 followers here on Google Plus, you can post one item per weekend.  ** • Posting hours are 6 PM your local time Friday to 6 PM your local time Sunday (48 hours). • Please use the tag #WeekendArtMarketplace  on all posted items.  This is how everybody can find you and the marketWeekend Art Marketplace2013-04-27 00:00:3034  
Matt Shalvatis33,996*Calling Photographers and Artists:  Join us at the Weekend Art Marketplace.* If you’ve posted in the marketplace already, just read the (NEW) section.  If you’re a first-timer here, please take a few minutes to read the whole post.  THANKS!   PLEASE!  It’s very important to share this event.  You can either use the “Invite” function within this event, or share this event to your circles.   …………………………………………………………………… *Just what is Weekend Art Marketplace?*   This weekend and every weekend thereafter, is the Weekend Art Marketplace.  So what is it?  It’s a time where G+ artists share their art with a worldwide G+ audience, and G+ art buyers can see what the community has to offer.  *Ooh, ooh, I’m an artist.  Can I participate?*   Yes, you sure can!   See the Rules for Marketplace Participation below.   *What kind of art is suitable for the marketplace?* Photography, Drawings, Digital Art, Paintings, Wood Carvings, Music, Sketches, Caricatures, Cartoons, Origami, Poetry, Books, and no doubt others.  It’s all good!  *Why participate in this marketplace?* Look at it this way.  If you’re not in a marketplace, you’re a lone seller on an empty side street.  When you join up with other artists in a marketplace, you’re in a big store on the main highway, where 100 times more people can view your work.  Is that enough of a reason?   *So, how do I participate?*   To list an item in the marketplace, do this: • Get the URL you want to display from your personal website, or from the website you sell from, whether it’s Zenfolio, Smugmug, FineArtAmerica, or another. • Go to Google Plus, go to your “Share what’s new” box.  Click the link icon, paste in the URL from step one.  Your artwork should display in the photo area.  Or for a better viewing experience, upload a larger version of the photo from the photo link.  Don’t forget to put the website address in the G+ post!   • If possible, just give your audience a bit more information about your art.  Information the viewer might find useful or interesting.  What are they seeing?  What was your inspiration?   • Feel free to create a Limited Time Promotion for your Google Plus viewers.   • Add the tag #WeekendArtMarketplace • Add +Matt Shalvatis to your circles.  My name is for future updates and other features, like shared circles.   *Rules for Market Participation.* • Remember that you are not selling here on Google Plus; you must link to another website where you sell your work.   • If you have less than 50,000 followers here on Google Plus, you can post five items per weekend.  ** • If you have between 50,000 and 100,000 followers here on Google Plus, you can post two items per weekend.  ** • If you have more than 100,000 followers here on Google Plus, you can post one item per weekend.  ** • Posting hours are 6 PM your local time Friday to 6 PM your local time Sunday (48 hours). • Please use the tag #WeekendArtMarketplace  on all posted items.  This is how everybody can find you and the marketWeekend Art Marketplace2013-04-20 00:00:4428  
Matt Shalvatis33,996*Calling Photographers and Artists:  Join us at the Weekend Art Marketplace.* If you’ve posted in the marketplace already, just read the (NEW) section.  If you’re a first-timer here, please take a few minutes to read the whole post.  THANKS!   PLEASE!  It’s very important to share this event.  You can either use the “Invite” function within this event, or share this event to your circles.   …………………………………………………………………… *Just what is Weekend Art Marketplace?*   This weekend and every weekend thereafter, is the Weekend Art Marketplace.  So what is it?  It’s a time where G+ artists share their art with a worldwide G+ audience, and G+ art buyers can see what the community has to offer.  *Ooh, ooh, I’m an artist.  Can I participate?*   Yes, you sure can!   See the Rules for Marketplace Participation below.   *What kind of art is suitable for the marketplace?* Photography, Drawings, Digital Art, Paintings, Wood Carvings, Music, Sketches, Caricatures, Cartoons, Origami, Poetry, Books, and no doubt others.  It’s all good!  *Why participate in this marketplace?* Look at it this way.  If you’re not in a marketplace, you’re a lone seller on an empty side street.  When you join up with other artists in a marketplace, you’re in a big store on the main highway, where 100 times more people can view your work.  Is that enough of a reason?   *So, how do I participate?*   To list an item in the marketplace, do this: • Get the URL you want to display from your personal website, or from the website you sell from, whether it’s Zenfolio, Smugmug, FineArtAmerica, or another. • Go to Google Plus, go to your “Share what’s new” box.  Click the link icon, paste in the URL from step one.  Your artwork should display in the photo area.  Or for a better viewing experience, upload a larger version of the photo from the photo link.  Don’t forget to put the website address in the G+ post!   • If possible, just give your audience a bit more information about your art.  Information the viewer might find useful or interesting.  What are they seeing?  What was your inspiration?   • Feel free to create a Limited Time Promotion for your Google Plus viewers.   • Add the tag #WeekendArtMarketplace • Add +Matt Shalvatis to your circles.  My name is for future updates and other features, like shared circles.   *Rules for Market Participation.* • Remember that you are not selling here on Google Plus; you must link to another website where you sell your work.   • If you have less than 50,000 followers here on Google Plus, you can post five items per weekend.  ** • If you have between 50,000 and 100,000 followers here on Google Plus, you can post two items per weekend.  ** • If you have more than 100,000 followers here on Google Plus, you can post one item per weekend.  ** • Posting hours are 6 PM your local time Friday to 6 PM your local time Sunday (48 hours). • Please use the tag #WeekendArtMarketplace  on all posted items.  This is how everybody can find you and the marketWeekend Art Marketplace2013-03-30 00:00:3325  
Matt Shalvatis33,996*Calling Photographers and Artists:  Join us at the Weekend Art Marketplace.* If you’ve posted in the marketplace already, just read the (NEW) section.  If you’re a first-timer here, please take a few minutes to read the whole post.  THANKS!   PLEASE!  It’s very important to share this event.  You can either use the “Invite” function within this event, or share this event to your circles.   …………………………………………………………………… *Just what is Weekend Art Marketplace?*   This weekend and every weekend thereafter, is the Weekend Art Marketplace.  So what is it?  It’s a time where G+ artists share their art with a worldwide G+ audience, and G+ art buyers can see what the community has to offer.  *Ooh, ooh, I’m an artist.  Can I participate?*   Yes, you sure can!   See the Rules for Marketplace Participation below.   *What kind of art is suitable for the marketplace?* Photography, Drawings, Digital Art, Paintings, Wood Carvings, Music, Sketches, Caricatures, Cartoons, Origami, Poetry, Books, and no doubt others.  It’s all good!  *Why participate in this marketplace?* Look at it this way.  If you’re not in a marketplace, you’re a lone seller on an empty side street.  When you join up with other artists in a marketplace, you’re in a big store on the main highway, where 100 times more people can view your work.  Is that enough of a reason?   *So, how do I participate?*   To list an item in the marketplace, do this: • Get the URL you want to display from your personal website, or from the website you sell from, whether it’s Zenfolio, Smugmug, FineArtAmerica, or another. • Go to Google Plus, go to your “Share what’s new” box.  Click the link icon, paste in the URL from step one.  Your artwork should display in the photo area.  Or for a better viewing experience, upload a larger version of the photo from the photo link.  Don’t forget to put the website address in the G+ post!   • If possible, just give your audience a bit more information about your art.  Information the viewer might find useful or interesting.  What are they seeing?  What was your inspiration?   • Feel free to create a Limited Time Promotion for your Google Plus viewers.   • Add the tag #WeekendArtMarketplace • Add +Matt Shalvatis to your circles.  My name is for future updates and other features, like shared circles.   *Rules for Market Participation.* • Remember that you are not selling here on Google Plus; you must link to another website where you sell your work.   • If you have less than 50,000 followers here on Google Plus, you can post five items per weekend.  ** • If you have between 50,000 and 100,000 followers here on Google Plus, you can post two items per weekend.  ** • If you have more than 100,000 followers here on Google Plus, you can post one item per weekend.  ** • Posting hours are 6 PM your local time Friday to 6 PM your local time Sunday (48 hours). • Please use the tag #WeekendArtMarketplace  on all posted items.  This is how everybody can find you and the marketWeekend Art Marketplace2013-03-23 00:00:4134  
Matt Shalvatis33,996*Calling Photographers and Artists:  Join us at the Weekend Art Marketplace.* If you’ve posted in the marketplace already, just read the (NEW) section.  If you’re a first-timer here, please take a few minutes to read the whole post.  THANKS!   *(NEW) ->  New this week.* The marketplace will be open regular hours this weekend.  Friday 6PM (your local time) to Sunday 6PM (your local time). Until the end of the year, please also use the following tags when you post.   #Christmas   #ChristmasGift .  These should be popular and should draw extra attention to your work and the Marketplace.  PLEASE!  It’s very important to share this event.  You can either use the “Invite” function within this event, or share this event to your circles.   (NEW) ->  End of the NEW section.   …………………………………………………………………… *Just what is Weekend Art Marketplace?*   This weekend, November 30 - December 2, and every weekend thereafter, is the Weekend Art Marketplace.  So what is it?  It’s a time where G+ artists share their art with a worldwide G+ audience, and G+ art buyers can see what the community has to offer.  *Ooh, ooh, I’m an artist.  Can I participate?*   Yes, you sure can!   See the Rules for Marketplace Participation below.   *What kind of art is suitable for the marketplace?* Photography, Drawings, Digital Art, Paintings, Wood Carvings, Music, Sketches, Caricatures, Cartoons, Origami, Poetry, Books, and no doubt others.  It’s all good!  *Why participate in this marketplace?* Look at it this way.  If you’re not in a marketplace, you’re a lone seller on an empty side street.  When you join up with other artists in a marketplace, you’re in a big store on the main highway, where 100 times more people can view your work.  Is that enough of a reason?   *So, how do I participate?*   To list an item in the marketplace, do this: • Get the URL you want to display from your personal website, or from the website you sell from, whether it’s Zenfolio, Smugmug, FineArtAmerica, or another. • Go to Google Plus, go to your “Share what’s new” box.  Click the link icon, paste in the URL from step one.  Your artwork should display in the photo area.  Or for a better viewing experience, upload a larger version of the photo from the photo link.  Don’t forget to put the website address in the G+ post!   • If possible, just give your audience a bit more information about your art.  Information the viewer might find useful or interesting.  What are they seeing?  What was your inspiration?   • Feel free to create a Limited Time Promotion for your Google Plus viewers.   • Add the tag #WeekendArtMarketplace • Add @102239645172983099492 to your circles.  My name is for future updates and other features, like shared circles.   *Rules for Market Participation.* • Remember that you are not selling here on Google Plus; you must link to another website where you sell your work.   • If you have less than 50,000 followers here on Google Plus, you can post five items per weekend.  *Weekend Art Marketplace2012-11-30 15:00:0039  
Matt Shalvatis33,996*Calling Photographers and Artists:  Join us at the Weekend Art Marketplace.* If you’ve posted in the marketplace already, just read the (NEW) section.  If you’re a first-timer here, please take a few minutes to read the whole post.  THANKS!   *(NEW) --->  New this week.* The marketplace will open early this weekend.  If it’s Friday where you are, the market is OPEN.  Post away (within the limits).   Until the end of the year, please also use the following tags when you post.  #Christmas #ChristmasGift.  These should be popular and should draw extra attention to your work and the Marketplace.  PLEASE!  It’s very important to share this event.  You can either use the “Invite” function within this event, or share this event to your circles.   (NEW) --->  End of the NEW section.   …………………………………………………………………… *Just what is Weekend Art Marketplace?*   This weekend, November 23 - 25, and every weekend thereafter, is the Weekend Art Marketplace.  So what is it?  It’s a time where G+ artists share their art with a worldwide G+ audience, and G+ art buyers can see what the community has to offer.  *Ooh, ooh, I’m an artist.  Can I participate?*   Yes, you sure can!   See the Rules for Marketplace Participation below.   *What kind of art is suitable for the marketplace?* Photography, Drawings, Digital Art, Paintings, Wood Carvings, Music, Sketches, Caricatures, Cartoons, Origami, Poetry, Books, and no doubt others.  It’s all good!  *Why participate in this marketplace?* Look at it this way.  If you’re not in a marketplace, you’re a lone seller on an empty side street.  When you join up with other artists in a marketplace, you’re in a big store on the main highway, where 100 times more people can view your work.  Is that enough of a reason?   *So, how do I participate?*   To list an item in the marketplace, do this: • Get the URL you want to display from your personal website, or from the website you sell from, whether it’s Zenfolio, Smugmug, FineArtAmerica, or another. • Go to Google Plus, go to your “Share what’s new” box.  Click the link icon, paste in the URL from step one.  Your artwork should display in the photo area.  Or for a better viewing experience, upload a larger version of the photo from the photo link.  Don’t forget to put the website address in the G+ post!   • If possible, just give your audience a bit more information about your art.  Information the viewer might find useful or interesting.  What are they seeing?  What was your inspiration?   • Feel free to create a Limited Time Promotion for your Google Plus viewers.   • Add the tag #WeekendArtMarketplace. • Add +Matt Shalvatis to your circles.  My name is for future updates and other features, like shared circles.   *Rules for Market Participation.* • Remember that you are not selling here on Google Plus; you must link to another website where you sell your work.   • If you have less than 50,000 followers here on Google Plus, you can post five items per weekend.Weekend Art Marketplace2012-11-22 23:00:0047  

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2016-06-23 17:40:57 (13 comments; 3 reshares; 60 +1s; )Open 

Sweet share this morning of one of my paintings by Oregon Top News...

#oregoncoast #paintings  

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2016-06-28 15:09:58 (11 comments; 15 reshares; 165 +1s; )Open 

Softly the sun rises as the sea lazily heaves itself ashore...good morning from across the Strait of Georgia!

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2016-06-28 15:09:58 (11 comments; 15 reshares; 165 +1s; )Open 

Softly the sun rises as the sea lazily heaves itself ashore...good morning from across the Strait of Georgia!

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2016-07-21 19:40:25 (2 comments; 0 reshares; 9 +1s; )Open 

In the studio this morning... There is only one way that paintings get done. The painter must fill a palette with paints, grab a brush and start putting it onto the canvas. That is it.....

In the studio this morning... There is only one way that paintings get done. The painter must fill a palette with paints, grab a brush and start putting it onto the canvas. That is it.....___

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2016-07-20 21:13:35 (7 comments; 5 reshares; 97 +1s; )Open 

Summer Evening Mayne Island BC

A person just has to sit back and let the summer roll on by one lazy wave after another....

Summer Evening Mayne Island BC

A person just has to sit back and let the summer roll on by one lazy wave after another....___

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2016-07-19 18:21:34 (2 comments; 2 reshares; 51 +1s; )Open 

New release - Sea and Sun Cox Bay Tofino BC 24 x 48 inch oil painting

After days of rain and storms on the wildest of the west coast of Canada, the sun came out and the waves caught the light on Cox Bay in Tofino B.C., Canada More info at: https://www.artworkarchive.com/artwork/terrill-welch/sea-and-sun-cox-bay-tofino-bc

#art #Tofino #Canadianart #landscapepainting  

New release - Sea and Sun Cox Bay Tofino BC 24 x 48 inch oil painting

After days of rain and storms on the wildest of the west coast of Canada, the sun came out and the waves caught the light on Cox Bay in Tofino B.C., Canada More info at: https://www.artworkarchive.com/artwork/terrill-welch/sea-and-sun-cox-bay-tofino-bc

#art #Tofino #Canadianart #landscapepainting  ___

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2016-07-12 20:59:11 (7 comments; 2 reshares; 78 +1s; )Open 

Finding a view Mayne Island, B.C. Canada

The island's newest public park provides a short meditative walk through the forest ending with a brief stroll along the shoreline next to Active Pass.

Finding a view Mayne Island, B.C. Canada

The island's newest public park provides a short meditative walk through the forest ending with a brief stroll along the shoreline next to Active Pass.___

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2016-07-11 18:56:52 (4 comments; 1 reshares; 11 +1s; )Open 

A HUGE thank you to the over 50 people who came to my pop up East-West Landscape art show on a busy Mayne Island weekend. We talked art and painting for 9 hours over two days. Such fun! Work went off to new homes. Future studio visits were discussed and life as a Canadian painter is just grand. Thank you again for all your support in so many ways that you may have thought it went unnoticed - it doesn't. For those that wished they could have, here you go...

A HUGE thank you to the over 50 people who came to my pop up East-West Landscape art show on a busy Mayne Island weekend. We talked art and painting for 9 hours over two days. Such fun! Work went off to new homes. Future studio visits were discussed and life as a Canadian painter is just grand. Thank you again for all your support in so many ways that you may have thought it went unnoticed - it doesn't. For those that wished they could have, here you go...___

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2016-07-08 19:50:54 (5 comments; 0 reshares; 10 +1s; )Open 

Patchwork of larger canvases gathered for show this Sat 1 - 4 pm and Sun 11 am - 4 pm at the Mayne Island Community Centre, British Columbia, Canada. The wee painting sketches are already boxed and by the door, jittery as a kindergarten class getting ready go graduation ;)

Much to do still but it will all happen. Or not, and that will be okay too.

Patchwork of larger canvases gathered for show this Sat 1 - 4 pm and Sun 11 am - 4 pm at the Mayne Island Community Centre, British Columbia, Canada. The wee painting sketches are already boxed and by the door, jittery as a kindergarten class getting ready go graduation ;)

Much to do still but it will all happen. Or not, and that will be okay too.___

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2016-07-07 16:43:15 (5 comments; 0 reshares; 34 +1s; )Open 

Today's feature painting sits beside me in the loft studio while I enjoy a soft much-needed rain outside...

MORNING WITH CEZANNE’S MOUNTAIN 18 x 24 inch oil on canvas
Standing on the painters’ ground in the morning light I think of Cezanne and his mountain. A painting sketch leads to this later studio work after returning from Aix en Provence, France.

There is a sister painting to this one from the evening. More about both works can be found on my website at:

https://terrillwelchartist.com/2014/10/05/canadian-landscape-artist-terrill-welch-paints-montagne-sainte-victoire/

Today's feature painting sits beside me in the loft studio while I enjoy a soft much-needed rain outside...

MORNING WITH CEZANNE’S MOUNTAIN 18 x 24 inch oil on canvas
Standing on the painters’ ground in the morning light I think of Cezanne and his mountain. A painting sketch leads to this later studio work after returning from Aix en Provence, France.

There is a sister painting to this one from the evening. More about both works can be found on my website at:

https://terrillwelchartist.com/2014/10/05/canadian-landscape-artist-terrill-welch-paints-montagne-sainte-victoire/___

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2016-07-04 16:13:26 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 10 +1s; )Open 

Hole in show after yesterday's home studio visitors became new collectors. Need to choose another 18 x 24 inch oil painting for there. Want to help? Have a look in the online gallery and let me know what you suggest https://www.artworkarchive.com/artwork/terrill-welch

Hole in show after yesterday's home studio visitors became new collectors. Need to choose another 18 x 24 inch oil painting for there. Want to help? Have a look in the online gallery and let me know what you suggest https://www.artworkarchive.com/artwork/terrill-welch___

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2016-06-30 20:02:10 (10 comments; 1 reshares; 19 +1s; )Open 

In Studio placing last brushstroke on first large East Coast ‪#PEI ‪#‎Canada‬ painting. ‪#‎artistatwork‬ ‪#‎studio‬ ‪#‎lifepurpose‬

Now, time to move things around and go get five more large canvases out of the back of the car and that bag of replenishing paints. The two largest canvases are 40 x 60 inches which I think will be about right for a couple of the works I have in mind. One more Tofino painting on that list for a 24 x 48 inch canvas too. Time to get 'er!

In Studio placing last brushstroke on first large East Coast ‪#PEI ‪#‎Canada‬ painting. ‪#‎artistatwork‬ ‪#‎studio‬ ‪#‎lifepurpose‬

Now, time to move things around and go get five more large canvases out of the back of the car and that bag of replenishing paints. The two largest canvases are 40 x 60 inches which I think will be about right for a couple of the works I have in mind. One more Tofino painting on that list for a 24 x 48 inch canvas too. Time to get 'er!___

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2016-06-28 15:09:58 (11 comments; 15 reshares; 165 +1s; )Open 

Softly the sun rises as the sea lazily heaves itself ashore...good morning from across the Strait of Georgia!

Softly the sun rises as the sea lazily heaves itself ashore...good morning from across the Strait of Georgia!___

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2016-06-27 19:08:52 (9 comments; 3 reshares; 108 +1s; )Open 

From last evening's walk - Arbutus Tree with a View...
All the best of Monday to you from Mayne Island BC where the sun is shining, the sea breeze pleasant, all is quiet and as it should be near the end of June.

From last evening's walk - Arbutus Tree with a View...
All the best of Monday to you from Mayne Island BC where the sun is shining, the sea breeze pleasant, all is quiet and as it should be near the end of June.___

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2016-06-26 20:32:41 (2 comments; 2 reshares; 17 +1s; )Open 

Today's work or rather rework of a painting I thought had finished in January. This happens sometimes. I stop working on a painting because I can't decide what to do next and it is then "done for now." But, because something is bugging me, I put it where it is in my face day after day. I just leave it there irritating me until one of us gives. This time the paint gave and both painting and description were revised. Admittedly, the resolutions were influenced by a two month break painting on the east coast.

Westerly Winter Winds Victoria BC 30 x 40 inch oil on canvas

Rolling storms race across an almost black water with a just hint of back-lit colour in the sky and occasionally fast moving clouds break to scatter light on the sea and shore. Winter wind pushes the sea relentlessly against the stone shore. Walkers move swiftly, in hopes of brighter tomorrow. However, I... more »

Today's work or rather rework of a painting I thought had finished in January. This happens sometimes. I stop working on a painting because I can't decide what to do next and it is then "done for now." But, because something is bugging me, I put it where it is in my face day after day. I just leave it there irritating me until one of us gives. This time the paint gave and both painting and description were revised. Admittedly, the resolutions were influenced by a two month break painting on the east coast.

Westerly Winter Winds Victoria BC 30 x 40 inch oil on canvas

Rolling storms race across an almost black water with a just hint of back-lit colour in the sky and occasionally fast moving clouds break to scatter light on the sea and shore. Winter wind pushes the sea relentlessly against the stone shore. Walkers move swiftly, in hopes of brighter tomorrow. However, I am caught at the surfs edge transfixed by the possibilities in these moving greys and long and short dashes of white. Is it today yet?___

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2016-06-25 00:04:50 (2 comments; 0 reshares; 20 +1s; )Open 

Today's work is to the "resting" stage which means it is mostly complete but may go through one more round of minor changes before calling it done.

Wind Swept Murray Head PEI "resting" 30 x 40 inch oil on canvas
It is late spring and some of the trees have yet too become green. The day is heavily overcast with the occasional hint of blue sky. I hear my first mosquito and didn't stand out long in the muggy air overlooking the seascape with all its melancholy beauty.

I shall have another look at tomorrow or maybe even Sunday. Then we can decide what else it needs, if anything.

Today's work is to the "resting" stage which means it is mostly complete but may go through one more round of minor changes before calling it done.

Wind Swept Murray Head PEI "resting" 30 x 40 inch oil on canvas
It is late spring and some of the trees have yet too become green. The day is heavily overcast with the occasional hint of blue sky. I hear my first mosquito and didn't stand out long in the muggy air overlooking the seascape with all its melancholy beauty.

I shall have another look at tomorrow or maybe even Sunday. Then we can decide what else it needs, if anything.___

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2016-06-23 17:40:57 (13 comments; 3 reshares; 60 +1s; )Open 

Sweet share this morning of one of my paintings by Oregon Top News...

#oregoncoast #paintings  

Sweet share this morning of one of my paintings by Oregon Top News...

#oregoncoast #paintings  ___

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2016-06-15 17:42:36 (3 comments; 3 reshares; 36 +1s; )Open 

And so the journey continues...
No matter where we went, from North Cape to Cavendish to Summerside to St. Peters Bay, to East Point to Georgetown, to Murray Head to Rocky Point or just on the streets of Charlottetown, we were welcomed with exemplar Canadian kindness! Prince Edward Island has managed to cultivate the best of rural and urban living in its small province and it is a place that warms the heart and lifts the spirit. We will be back. We have made a promise to ourselves to have me come and work in the fall to early winter, maybe in 2017, to capture the landscape again in painting sketches and photographs during the autumn season. For now, I must go home and start working up the Prince Edward Island landscape onto larger canvases using the reference material I have gathered over the past seven weeks. I owe a huge thanks to all the islanders who have welcomed me and shared their favourite... more »

And so the journey continues...
No matter where we went, from North Cape to Cavendish to Summerside to St. Peters Bay, to East Point to Georgetown, to Murray Head to Rocky Point or just on the streets of Charlottetown, we were welcomed with exemplar Canadian kindness! Prince Edward Island has managed to cultivate the best of rural and urban living in its small province and it is a place that warms the heart and lifts the spirit. We will be back. We have made a promise to ourselves to have me come and work in the fall to early winter, maybe in 2017, to capture the landscape again in painting sketches and photographs during the autumn season. For now, I must go home and start working up the Prince Edward Island landscape onto larger canvases using the reference material I have gathered over the past seven weeks. I owe a huge thanks to all the islanders who have welcomed me and shared their favourite places and advice. There are too many to name but you know who you are! Thank you!!! Until we meet again!___

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2016-06-12 17:47:40 (3 comments; 2 reshares; 36 +1s; )Open 

Today's work is admittedly more about this moment than the one used for reference. When we go on adventures and stretch ourselves beyond what is familiar, we never quiet fit into the self we were before taking these risks. So, when it becomes time to leave, there is this process of saying good-bye, not only to the place I am leaving but also to the parts of me that will be missing or changes from who I was before I arrived - if this makes any sense at all. Of course, this is all good and necessary but it is a process none the less.

I anticipate that this will be my last painting sketch while on Prince Edward Island though I still have some canvas paper left for Monday or Tuesday if I simply must paint.

Fogged In AT Basin Head PEI Study 8 x 10 inch acrylic sketch on gessobord

Today's work is admittedly more about this moment than the one used for reference. When we go on adventures and stretch ourselves beyond what is familiar, we never quiet fit into the self we were before taking these risks. So, when it becomes time to leave, there is this process of saying good-bye, not only to the place I am leaving but also to the parts of me that will be missing or changes from who I was before I arrived - if this makes any sense at all. Of course, this is all good and necessary but it is a process none the less.

I anticipate that this will be my last painting sketch while on Prince Edward Island though I still have some canvas paper left for Monday or Tuesday if I simply must paint.

Fogged In AT Basin Head PEI Study 8 x 10 inch acrylic sketch on gessobord___

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2016-06-12 12:10:21 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 12 +1s; )Open 

Yesterday morning, plein air painting to complete a quick 8 x 10 inch acrylic sketch on Antique Row in Charlottetown PEI. The morning light was gorgeous and the street quiet for most of the hour I was working.

In the evening, I was asked to bring this and the other PEI sketches to a gathering of art enthusiasts for viewing. It is a bit unnerving to have them held up one by one, completely naked of context, and shared over glasses of wine, bruschetta and fudge in a crowded kitchen to intrigued and knowledgable viewers of both the landscapes and of paintings. Both the painting sketches and I survived the experience without embarrassment. Pheeeewwwf! 

Yesterday morning, plein air painting to complete a quick 8 x 10 inch acrylic sketch on Antique Row in Charlottetown PEI. The morning light was gorgeous and the street quiet for most of the hour I was working.

In the evening, I was asked to bring this and the other PEI sketches to a gathering of art enthusiasts for viewing. It is a bit unnerving to have them held up one by one, completely naked of context, and shared over glasses of wine, bruschetta and fudge in a crowded kitchen to intrigued and knowledgable viewers of both the landscapes and of paintings. Both the painting sketches and I survived the experience without embarrassment. Pheeeewwwf! ___

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2016-06-09 12:06:14 (4 comments; 0 reshares; 14 +1s; )Open 

If you are downtown Vancouver, BC, I have a painting in a small scale works show until August 15th 

If you are downtown Vancouver, BC, I have a painting in a small scale works show until August 15th ___

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2016-06-08 22:53:05 (8 comments; 3 reshares; 51 +1s; )Open 

I came up on top of a hill yesterday and this is what I saw, or rather this is a modest translation of what I saw....

Hilltop View Above DeSable River PEI study 8 x 10 inch acrylic sketch

I came up on top of a hill yesterday and this is what I saw, or rather this is a modest translation of what I saw....

Hilltop View Above DeSable River PEI study 8 x 10 inch acrylic sketch___

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2016-06-08 13:23:32 (1 comments; 2 reshares; 34 +1s; )Open 

Another from the old heritage roads traveled yesterday...
Farrar Rd., Prince Edward Island, Canada

Another from the old heritage roads traveled yesterday...
Farrar Rd., Prince Edward Island, Canada___

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2016-06-08 00:14:46 (2 comments; 0 reshares; 31 +1s; )Open 

Meandered down old roads today in the afternoon sun. Here is a favourite for you...

Fresh leaves gracing Currie Rd., PEI

The road has been traveled for so long that it sunk into the earth and fields on either side are several feet higher at some points. 

Meandered down old roads today in the afternoon sun. Here is a favourite for you...

Fresh leaves gracing Currie Rd., PEI

The road has been traveled for so long that it sunk into the earth and fields on either side are several feet higher at some points. ___

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2016-06-06 18:41:18 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 9 +1s; )Open 

Today's work in my temporary makeshift studio....

I am on a roll and have three new shore studies of PEI done. I will see if I can successfully upload them with the beginning ground and reference marks for each painting sketch. They will need final photographs eventually. But it is way too wet out there for that to happen today. A good day's work I think.

Today's work in my temporary makeshift studio....

I am on a roll and have three new shore studies of PEI done. I will see if I can successfully upload them with the beginning ground and reference marks for each painting sketch. They will need final photographs eventually. But it is way too wet out there for that to happen today. A good day's work I think.___

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2016-06-05 22:18:33 (6 comments; 1 reshares; 29 +1s; )Open 

A little something from our Sunday drive this afternoon...

Wood Islands Lighthouse PEI

A little something from our Sunday drive this afternoon...

Wood Islands Lighthouse PEI___

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2016-06-05 10:36:32 (9 comments; 0 reshares; 43 +1s; )Open 

Sunday's featured painting sketch....

We are having brunch today with friends who we knew on the west coast and that now live in Charlottetown. Sunday is a quiet day in this city and my most favourite of all days on Prince Edward Island because it is such a stark contrast from Saturday evenings which are loud and full of energy.

By this time next week I shall be packing up all of my painting gear and sketches to ship them back to the west coast. With long travel trips I always find there is this slipping between places as mind and body prepare and make transitions from on geographical place to another. So this morning I am sharing a west coast painting sketch from last June on Saturna Island, British Columbia, Canada.

The small sketch is available at:
https://www.artworkarchive.com/artwork/terrill-welch/june-at-east-point

Sunday's featured painting sketch....

We are having brunch today with friends who we knew on the west coast and that now live in Charlottetown. Sunday is a quiet day in this city and my most favourite of all days on Prince Edward Island because it is such a stark contrast from Saturday evenings which are loud and full of energy.

By this time next week I shall be packing up all of my painting gear and sketches to ship them back to the west coast. With long travel trips I always find there is this slipping between places as mind and body prepare and make transitions from on geographical place to another. So this morning I am sharing a west coast painting sketch from last June on Saturna Island, British Columbia, Canada.

The small sketch is available at:
https://www.artworkarchive.com/artwork/terrill-welch/june-at-east-point___

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2016-06-03 18:27:05 (0 comments; 1 reshares; 23 +1s; )Open 

A seat at North Cape, PEI

I had a half-baked plan for today but had to throw the batter out before lunch, on account of a brisk breeze and a light rain that settle in where the sun was suppose to be. Might as well take a seat and wait it out.

All the best of Friday and the weekend to you!

A seat at North Cape, PEI

I had a half-baked plan for today but had to throw the batter out before lunch, on account of a brisk breeze and a light rain that settle in where the sun was suppose to be. Might as well take a seat and wait it out.

All the best of Friday and the weekend to you!___

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2016-06-02 15:28:42 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 10 +1s; )Open 

Fourteen painting sketches of Prince Edward Island, Canada's smallest province, have been completed so far. Ten of these works have been selected to share today, along with a link to a radio interview with CBC Mainstreet PEI host, Karen Mair, which aired earlier this week.
For your art viewing and listening Pleasure. Enjoy!

Fourteen painting sketches of Prince Edward Island, Canada's smallest province, have been completed so far. Ten of these works have been selected to share today, along with a link to a radio interview with CBC Mainstreet PEI host, Karen Mair, which aired earlier this week.
For your art viewing and listening Pleasure. Enjoy!___

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2016-05-31 16:38:38 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 1 +1s; )Open 

F.Y.I.

In the news for west to east coast painting project - short radio interview with Karen Mair, Host of CBC Mainstreet PEI.

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/prince-edward-island/programs/mainstreet/terrill-welch-plein-air-artist-1.3608811___F.Y.I.

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2016-05-31 16:37:22 (3 comments; 1 reshares; 17 +1s; )Open 

In the news for west to east coast painting project - short radio interview with Karen Mair, Host of CBC Mainstreet PEI.

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/prince-edward-island/programs/mainstreet/terrill-welch-plein-air-artist-1.3608811

In the news for west to east coast painting project - short radio interview with Karen Mair, Host of CBC Mainstreet PEI.

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/prince-edward-island/programs/mainstreet/terrill-welch-plein-air-artist-1.3608811___

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2016-05-25 13:48:46 (0 comments; 1 reshares; 24 +1s; )Open 

Points East, PEI - in part...
I find that landscape photography and painting are tricky business. The mind wants to summarize, categorize and select to diminish the chaos of chatter from colliding, overlapping and separating bits of information. In a few short hours we are often weary from observing. But until this happens the artist must gather the raw sensory data like a mad scientist on a field trip! This process creates a kind of slow travel that is less common today. I am almost complete my overview of Prince Edward Island during the transition from spring to summer - now the real work will begin. But before I start the examination of what I have found so far to then decide what still needs to be done during the next three weeks, here are a few fragments from yesterday with a few notes included with each image.

Prince Edward Island, Canada

Points East, PEI - in part...
I find that landscape photography and painting are tricky business. The mind wants to summarize, categorize and select to diminish the chaos of chatter from colliding, overlapping and separating bits of information. In a few short hours we are often weary from observing. But until this happens the artist must gather the raw sensory data like a mad scientist on a field trip! This process creates a kind of slow travel that is less common today. I am almost complete my overview of Prince Edward Island during the transition from spring to summer - now the real work will begin. But before I start the examination of what I have found so far to then decide what still needs to be done during the next three weeks, here are a few fragments from yesterday with a few notes included with each image.

Prince Edward Island, Canada___

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2016-05-17 20:30:35 (7 comments; 0 reshares; 56 +1s; )Open 

Today's work... sometimes breaking process does not come easily. But the day was not conducive to plein air painting. So in moment of clarity I brought the sea to me and did some time in my temporary kitchen studio. It worked - ipad used to access reference images and we were set. The afternoon just disappeared between brushstrokes.

Savage Harbour Beach PEI 11 x 14 inch acrylic study on gessobord

Today's work... sometimes breaking process does not come easily. But the day was not conducive to plein air painting. So in moment of clarity I brought the sea to me and did some time in my temporary kitchen studio. It worked - ipad used to access reference images and we were set. The afternoon just disappeared between brushstrokes.

Savage Harbour Beach PEI 11 x 14 inch acrylic study on gessobord___

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2016-05-17 10:40:28 (8 comments; 2 reshares; 74 +1s; )Open 

The wonder and beauty of the Northern California coast makes my brushes dance in their jars! All the best of today to you :)



The wonder and beauty of the Northern California coast makes my brushes dance in their jars! All the best of today to you :)

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2016-05-14 12:18:40 (7 comments; 1 reshares; 19 +1s; )Open 

Cavendish PEI from plein air painting sketch to photographic reference material. I have had an adventurous week with Cavendish being one of the areas that I explored. Enjoy! 

Cavendish PEI from plein air painting sketch to photographic reference material. I have had an adventurous week with Cavendish being one of the areas that I explored. Enjoy! ___

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2016-05-12 16:42:55 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 13 +1s; )Open 

A glorious early morning in North Rustico, PEI!

I left Charlottetown about 6:30 am and arrived in North Rustico shortly after 7:00 am. The roads were generally quiet though the little traffic there was people had places to be and were in a hurry to get there. David stayed behind cozy and warm sleeping. The best light this time of year, as in most places, is from seven to sometime before ten in the morning or again late in the afternoon. It is still a little cool for painting at that time of day so I focus on getting photographs until about nine or so and then settle into doing a quick sketch. Eventually, I will get another blog post done, but for now this will have to do.

A glorious early morning in North Rustico, PEI!

I left Charlottetown about 6:30 am and arrived in North Rustico shortly after 7:00 am. The roads were generally quiet though the little traffic there was people had places to be and were in a hurry to get there. David stayed behind cozy and warm sleeping. The best light this time of year, as in most places, is from seven to sometime before ten in the morning or again late in the afternoon. It is still a little cool for painting at that time of day so I focus on getting photographs until about nine or so and then settle into doing a quick sketch. Eventually, I will get another blog post done, but for now this will have to do.___

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2016-05-12 16:39:23 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 16 +1s; )Open 

Yesterday's work at Cavendish was still a wee bit chilly but we got the job done. As you can see, I still have a plein air studio on the east coast of Canada on Prince Edward Island.

My mother is the one who insisted if I was going to come clean across Canada from shore to shore I HAD to go to Cavendish. So I laughed for her when I saw the two red chairs and the sandstone cliffs. It was not easy deciding which direction to focus on for a 40 minute bone chilling, finger-stiffing painting sketch. Either would have been just fine. As the waves kept me company, I worked as quickly as I could. The clouds were moving fast and the sea couldn't seem to settle on a colour and neither could I ;)

Yesterday's work at Cavendish was still a wee bit chilly but we got the job done. As you can see, I still have a plein air studio on the east coast of Canada on Prince Edward Island.

My mother is the one who insisted if I was going to come clean across Canada from shore to shore I HAD to go to Cavendish. So I laughed for her when I saw the two red chairs and the sandstone cliffs. It was not easy deciding which direction to focus on for a 40 minute bone chilling, finger-stiffing painting sketch. Either would have been just fine. As the waves kept me company, I worked as quickly as I could. The clouds were moving fast and the sea couldn't seem to settle on a colour and neither could I ;)___

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2016-05-09 12:23:18 (2 comments; 0 reshares; 19 +1s; )Open 

Yesterday, at Blooming Point Beach, PEI. Later in studio I'll likely do a large painting inspired on this landscape.

Yesterday, at Blooming Point Beach, PEI. Later in studio I'll likely do a large painting inspired on this landscape.___

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2016-05-07 16:02:07 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 14 +1s; )Open 

This morning's hour down at the harbour....

Boat Tours Harbour Charlottetown PEI 8 x 10 inch acrylic sketch on gessobord

As you can see it is much more prepared for business today than earlier in the week. I don't mind admitting that all these angles made my eyes want to cross as I painted this scene freehand - no measuring except for the "close eough" eyeball. But I think it just might be floating as a float house should.

This morning's hour down at the harbour....

Boat Tours Harbour Charlottetown PEI 8 x 10 inch acrylic sketch on gessobord

As you can see it is much more prepared for business today than earlier in the week. I don't mind admitting that all these angles made my eyes want to cross as I painted this scene freehand - no measuring except for the "close eough" eyeball. But I think it just might be floating as a float house should.___

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2016-05-05 12:22:21 (0 comments; 2 reshares; 47 +1s; )Open 

"late spring on the windowsill" 8 x 10 inch acrylic sketch on canvas paper, or it could be called "too cold outstide" ;)

Yesterday, I waited until afternoon hoping it would be warm enough to enjoy plein air painting. But it never did get above 7 degrees and I knew I would get darn chilled if I went. So, I decided to do a still life instead. The kitchen was warm and the pears and apples bright and inviting.

Today, is a heavy rain day so we are going to go to the galleries and maybe take our books to a coffee shop to read for a bit.

Tomorrow, we have a beach adventure planned with a friend though. More about that once we return.

All the best of Thursday to you!

"late spring on the windowsill" 8 x 10 inch acrylic sketch on canvas paper, or it could be called "too cold outstide" ;)

Yesterday, I waited until afternoon hoping it would be warm enough to enjoy plein air painting. But it never did get above 7 degrees and I knew I would get darn chilled if I went. So, I decided to do a still life instead. The kitchen was warm and the pears and apples bright and inviting.

Today, is a heavy rain day so we are going to go to the galleries and maybe take our books to a coffee shop to read for a bit.

Tomorrow, we have a beach adventure planned with a friend though. More about that once we return.

All the best of Thursday to you!___

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2016-05-04 16:39:48 (3 comments; 0 reshares; 26 +1s; )Open 

Another recent painting will be leaving the studio....

Sold - On the Rocks Tofino 24 x 30 inch oil on canvas

In the next couple of weeks this painting will be off to home, where I know it will be treasured, on the lower mainland of British Columbia.

Another recent painting will be leaving the studio....

Sold - On the Rocks Tofino 24 x 30 inch oil on canvas

In the next couple of weeks this painting will be off to home, where I know it will be treasured, on the lower mainland of British Columbia.___

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2016-05-03 12:39:47 (2 comments; 2 reshares; 59 +1s; )Open 

Large Terrill Welch west coast landscape paintings in a group show of new work in their rental/sales program at the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria in the Massey Gallery April 28 - May 22. Do drop by if you happen to be in Victoria or visit the artist's website to view these and other of her landscape paintings online.

Large Terrill Welch west coast landscape paintings in a group show of new work in their rental/sales program at the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria in the Massey Gallery April 28 - May 22. Do drop by if you happen to be in Victoria or visit the artist's website to view these and other of her landscape paintings online.___

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2016-05-02 16:48:39 (2 comments; 2 reshares; 26 +1s; )Open 

Today's work....  "St Paul's Anglican Church Charlottetown PEI" 8 x 10 inch acrylic sketch.

Neutral and red sandstone blocks give body and weight to the old church with the bare branches making stain-glass etchings in the sky. How could a painter not stop to do a quick sketch?

Original is 8 × 10 inch acrylic sketch on gessobord and is not available for purchase at this time.

Prints at http://www.redbubble.com/people/terrillwelch/works/21724436-st-pauls-anglican-church-charlottetown-pei-sketch

Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada

Today's work....  "St Paul's Anglican Church Charlottetown PEI" 8 x 10 inch acrylic sketch.

Neutral and red sandstone blocks give body and weight to the old church with the bare branches making stain-glass etchings in the sky. How could a painter not stop to do a quick sketch?

Original is 8 × 10 inch acrylic sketch on gessobord and is not available for purchase at this time.

Prints at http://www.redbubble.com/people/terrillwelch/works/21724436-st-pauls-anglican-church-charlottetown-pei-sketch

Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada___

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2016-05-01 14:00:42 (4 comments; 0 reshares; 16 +1s; )Open 

Today's work is a straightforward seascape that had difficultly staying still long enough for me to rendered it in about 45 minutes on the gessobord.

The seascape's apparent simplicity is deceptive but this is actually the strength of the painting. This landscape has little land visible to work with here on the east coast. There are no protruding mountains defending these shores like in the west. In fact, if the sky took a deep breath just as the sea exhaled, Prince Edward Island would likely vanish. But in the bright morning light, there its red-shores sit, defying the odds of rising seas levels and erosion. If I squint just right, I can make out Nova Scotia visible low in the water between the narrow opening. May 1st is the opening of lobster season. It seems fitting to paint the sea even if the boats are someplace off the north side of the island working to bring in the first catch.... more »

Today's work is a straightforward seascape that had difficultly staying still long enough for me to rendered it in about 45 minutes on the gessobord.

The seascape's apparent simplicity is deceptive but this is actually the strength of the painting. This landscape has little land visible to work with here on the east coast. There are no protruding mountains defending these shores like in the west. In fact, if the sky took a deep breath just as the sea exhaled, Prince Edward Island would likely vanish. But in the bright morning light, there its red-shores sit, defying the odds of rising seas levels and erosion. If I squint just right, I can make out Nova Scotia visible low in the water between the narrow opening. May 1st is the opening of lobster season. It seems fitting to paint the sea even if the boats are someplace off the north side of the island working to bring in the first catch.

#Charlottetown #PEI #landscapepainting  ___

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2016-04-29 21:20:58 (3 comments; 4 reshares; 17 +1s; )Open 

First Prince Edward Island, Canada blog post which wraps up where today began....

#Charlottetown #PEI #eastcoast  

First Prince Edward Island, Canada blog post which wraps up where today began....

#Charlottetown #PEI #eastcoast  ___

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2016-04-29 16:05:02 (8 comments; 1 reshares; 20 +1s; )Open 

It was bloody windy and cold but here is today's quick 8 x10 inch acrylic sketch from Confederation Landing. Glorious sunshine, 8 degrees and my fingers got so stiff in the wind that I could hardly move them. I couldn't take photographs with my big camera as I was using it for a weight to keep the easel upright. Early spring Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island. Invigorating!

It was bloody windy and cold but here is today's quick 8 x10 inch acrylic sketch from Confederation Landing. Glorious sunshine, 8 degrees and my fingers got so stiff in the wind that I could hardly move them. I couldn't take photographs with my big camera as I was using it for a weight to keep the easel upright. Early spring Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island. Invigorating!___

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2016-04-23 20:47:22 (3 comments; 2 reshares; 26 +1s; )Open 

Sitting on the floor undecided as to what to do next. Nothing sort of has a nice ring to it.

Home studio mostly organized for visitors while I am away. Luck you and me, I have someone available to do the hosting. So just contact me in the usual way and arrangements will be made.

Sitting on the floor undecided as to what to do next. Nothing sort of has a nice ring to it.

Home studio mostly organized for visitors while I am away. Luck you and me, I have someone available to do the hosting. So just contact me in the usual way and arrangements will be made.___

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2016-04-22 15:43:12 (0 comments; 1 reshares; 11 +1s; )Open 

Crazy focused on getting all my stray ducks lined up in the next couple few days! But it is #earthday2016   today. I know, for me, it is earth day everyday. But just the same, I have released as print and merchandise "On the Rocks in Tofino" to celebrate. There is a new chiffon top that works well with this painting print. However, it is the throw pillow which has really caught my eye.

There is a tension for me in releasing products of my original painting on earth day. Yet, the original is certainly not something everyone can add to their personal art collection and not everyone can stand beside the ocean for days taking in its natural rhythms to balance their ever day lives. So, here we have a few accessible ways to enjoy the benefits of this work with many of them being ordinary objects use anyway. Enjoy!

Crazy focused on getting all my stray ducks lined up in the next couple few days! But it is #earthday2016   today. I know, for me, it is earth day everyday. But just the same, I have released as print and merchandise "On the Rocks in Tofino" to celebrate. There is a new chiffon top that works well with this painting print. However, it is the throw pillow which has really caught my eye.

There is a tension for me in releasing products of my original painting on earth day. Yet, the original is certainly not something everyone can add to their personal art collection and not everyone can stand beside the ocean for days taking in its natural rhythms to balance their ever day lives. So, here we have a few accessible ways to enjoy the benefits of this work with many of them being ordinary objects use anyway. Enjoy!___

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2016-04-21 17:56:42 (9 comments; 5 reshares; 102 +1s; )Open 

New Release....
Cherry Blossoms Mayne Island Japanese Garden
20 x 24 inch oil on canvas

Clouds of pink blossoms fill the morning sky with petals drifting slowly onto the garden paths. It is Cherry blossom season in Mayne Island’s Japanese Garden. The season of sakura is here! Want to go hanami?

This painting was started plein air while standing on the edge of the path in the garden for several hours and then finished in the studio the next day. As I was painting, visitors came by who have lived on the island for more than twenty years and helped in the development of this garden. The Japanese Garden was built and is maintained by volunteers with funding that comes from donations. They told me that the current design was centered around nine original cherry trees that were planted by the Japanese family who owned the land before their interment in the second world war. Thisg... more »

New Release....
Cherry Blossoms Mayne Island Japanese Garden
20 x 24 inch oil on canvas

Clouds of pink blossoms fill the morning sky with petals drifting slowly onto the garden paths. It is Cherry blossom season in Mayne Island’s Japanese Garden. The season of sakura is here! Want to go hanami?

This painting was started plein air while standing on the edge of the path in the garden for several hours and then finished in the studio the next day. As I was painting, visitors came by who have lived on the island for more than twenty years and helped in the development of this garden. The Japanese Garden was built and is maintained by volunteers with funding that comes from donations. They told me that the current design was centered around nine original cherry trees that were planted by the Japanese family who owned the land before their interment in the second world war. This garden is a way of acknowledging this part of Mayne Island's history and helping to heal the past. For me, as a painter in the garden that day, this acknowledgment and healing is alive and ongoing. While my brushes moved quickly across the canvas, a Japanese family came by to enjoy the garden and stopped to watch me paint. The grandmother spoke only in Japanese while the two young adults quickly translated both my words and her words mixed in with conversation and observations of their own. This painting of cherry blossoms holds what is left of our shared experiences or at least as much as I was able to render on the canvas.

Also, released as prints and merchandise on Redbubble at the same time. Link can be provide if desired.___

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2016-04-20 23:28:36 (0 comments; 2 reshares; 26 +1s; )Open 

A favourite wild flower find when out for a walk yesterday...
Chocolate Lily or Fritillaria affinis

A favourite wild flower find when out for a walk yesterday...
Chocolate Lily or Fritillaria affinis___

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2016-04-19 21:24:59 (2 comments; 7 reshares; 135 +1s; )Open 

Feels as warm today as on this day - "Salish Sea late August morning" 11 x 14" acrylic plein air sketch

Soon I shall be painting the east coast of Canada for several weeks and need to start a whole new collection.

Feels as warm today as on this day - "Salish Sea late August morning" 11 x 14" acrylic plein air sketch

Soon I shall be painting the east coast of Canada for several weeks and need to start a whole new collection.___

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2016-04-18 19:55:01 (3 comments; 3 reshares; 30 +1s; )Open 

I do believe this painting has come together rather nicely this morning...

Cherry Blossoms Mayne Island Japanese Garden "resting" 18 x 24 inch oil on canvas

I will leave it for a bit now and wander off to do some of the other tasks on my list. Earlier this week a company was setting up a full page spread about my work for their catalogue. I slightly amused to see they had it in the section for "Realism." But if Van Gogh can be described as a realism painter by art historians because he painted from life then I suppose I can live with this categorization too.

Enjoy your Monday and I wish for you in a wee bit of time in nature doing nothing in particular!

I do believe this painting has come together rather nicely this morning...

Cherry Blossoms Mayne Island Japanese Garden "resting" 18 x 24 inch oil on canvas

I will leave it for a bit now and wander off to do some of the other tasks on my list. Earlier this week a company was setting up a full page spread about my work for their catalogue. I slightly amused to see they had it in the section for "Realism." But if Van Gogh can be described as a realism painter by art historians because he painted from life then I suppose I can live with this categorization too.

Enjoy your Monday and I wish for you in a wee bit of time in nature doing nothing in particular!___

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2016-04-18 16:25:59 (1 comments; 5 reshares; 121 +1s; )Open 

Northern California Surf Building 16 x 20 inch oil on canvas

Knowing what is coming and yet unable to decide whether to stay or to move forward or back from the surf as it builds its strength before coming ashore again.

The first of three works in the series.

Happy Monday to you!

Northern California Surf Building 16 x 20 inch oil on canvas

Knowing what is coming and yet unable to decide whether to stay or to move forward or back from the surf as it builds its strength before coming ashore again.

The first of three works in the series.

Happy Monday to you!___

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