LITTLE JEWELS: ART SHOW OFFERS GEMS FOR BUYERS AT SPECIAL HOLIDAY RATES

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November 20, 2010 (La Mesa)--Holiday offerings of smaller paintings priced for gifting is a tradition in the art world; many galleries feature shows entitled "Little Gems", "Holiday Miniatures Exhibit", and the like. 

 

In La Mesa, O'Dunn Fine Art has mounted a "Little Jewels" exhibit and sale with over two dozen original oil paintings, framed and ready to hang, in the $175-$400 range. The show is open now, and extends through New Year's Eve.

 

Owner Shannon O'Dunn has included several pieces by listed artist Stanislaus Sowinski, a special treat for collectors, at 33% below regular prices for Stan's work. Other featured artists are Alice Weil, Jack Laycox , Albert Hopkins, Lynne French, Willard Page, William Hawkins, Mike Bolger, Gary Ray, Taylor Lynde, James Hartmann, and Alfred Fierros.

For a unique and tasteful holiday offering for a loved one, stop by and talk with Shannon; she promises a 30-day return on all gift paintings, so shop worry-free! This exhibit and sale is also an excellent opportunity for the beginning collector. In addition to paintings, the gallery has a wonderful collection of 20th century American art pottery, and all pieces are discounted 20% for this sale.

The gallery will be serving refreshments during extended hours on Black Friday, November 26, as well as during Christmas in the Village, December 10 and 11. O'Dunn Fine Art is located at 8325 La Mesa Boulevard. There is metered parking on the street and in the public lot behind the gallery, on Lemon Avenue.

See the website www.odunnfineart.com for further information, or call Shannon at 619-337-8342.

 

Comments

I want that picture depicting

I want that picture depicting a glass of juice in the kitchen to act as an appetizer and that looks like cinnamon stick. Paintings are not just mere beautiful pictures, it means much more than that. The pictures can influence us in many ways so every time I want to buy one I go for those which depict happiness, prosperity and beauty. Many people also look at paintings as an investment since most are very, very expensive but it's hard to liquidate at the right time, so paints are better as assets, I guess.
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my wife keeps asking me to

my wife keeps asking me to buy a panting to place above the bedroom bed and i'm sorry I didn't take advantage of this offer, because the prices outside of these offers are huge, from my poin of view. I keep putting her off by buying perfume , rings and other stuff like that, but the day will come when it won't work anymore....