roxanneart

Playful prints and cards from original paintings

269 Sales

roxanneart

Playful prints and cards from original paintings

269 Sales On Etsy since 2009

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Announcement   Greetings friends and art lovers.

My current art is inspired by my inner kid, a mixture of curiosity, play, and perversity. I put a lot of love into the art that I create. Let me know what you think.

All the prints for sale are made from high quality, professionally photographed original oil paintings created by me.

Please inquire if you're interested in originals. They tend to sell out, but occasionally have a few left.

Commissions are most welcome - Feel free to contact me.

To see other bodies of my artwork including figurative, portraits, and illustration, please visit my website at: www.roxannepatruznick.com

Announcement

Greetings friends and art lovers.

My current art is inspired by my inner kid, a mixture of curiosity, play, and perversity. I put a lot of love into the art that I create. Let me know what you think.

All the prints for sale are made from high quality, professionally photographed original oil paintings created by me.

Please inquire if you're interested in originals. They tend to sell out, but occasionally have a few left.

Commissions are most welcome - Feel free to contact me.

To see other bodies of my artwork including figurative, portraits, and illustration, please visit my website at: www.roxannepatruznick.com

Roxanne Patruznick

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Art making and being creative has always been an important part of my life. I carried around a sketch book throughout my youth. In school my text books were filled with drawings and doodles. To this day it's difficult for me to have a phone conversation without doodling strange stuff from my subconscious on a piece of paper.

In Junior College I took my first oil painting class and then I was hooked. There is something very intimate about oil painting, maybe the way it smells, or the way the paint bonds to the surface, or it's long history...I still haven't quite figured it out. But, when I found oil paints I knew this was a different relationship.

Eventually I went to art school for animation. I loved art school and learned so many valuable skills and techniques that reached beyond the scope of painting. I worked in animation for several years and learned a great deal more. Then after a while, I decided to leave animation and return to oil painting.

I moved to Portland Oregon where I began my first body of oil painting work after almost 12 years. I began showing and selling my art work around town and building a community of artist friends.

For the past few years I've been working primarily with the figure, nudes, portraits and what I call conceptual figurative realism. I've always loved human figures and faces. The end of last year I decided to try something different. I've started a new series of paintings that are what I call narrative still lifes. I use things from childhood, like candy or toys and create stories with them. It began as a way to make myself smile and laugh, but I noticed it also had the same effect on others. It delights me to be able to make affordable prints of this new artwork and share it with others.

I hope you enjoy the work that you see here. There's more on the way, so check back often. If you have any questions about my work, please contact me. If you'd like to see my paintings of figures and portraits, check out my website www.roxannepatruznick.com

When I'm not painting I'm probably, dancing, doing yoga, writing, body work, meditating, and spending time with friends.

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Last updated on February 7, 2014
Thank you for taking the time to learn more about my work and shop policies.

All prints for sale are from original oil paintings painted by Roxanne Patruznick. The paintings are then professionally photographed and printed on high quality paper on an Epson Stylus Photo 1400 printer. All care is taken to preserve the color and quality of the original work of art.

Each piece is personally signed and dated in pencil on the back.

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Please make your payment immediately. This will ensure that your order is filled and shipped in a timely manner. All shipping estimates are from date of cleared payment, not purchase. I only accept Paypal at this time.

Payment not made within 5 days of your order may result in cancellation of your order. I will attempt to contact before cancellation.

You may cancel your order at any time prior to shipping for a full refund. See Refunds and Exchanges below.
Shipping
I offer shipping worldwide.

INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING POLICY: USPS First Class International is used for international shipping. If you need the item quicker please contact me.

DOMESTIC SHIPPING POLICY: I ship items USPS First Class Mail. If you need the item quicker, please contact me.

Domestic First Class Mail averages 3-5 business days transit time. First Class International averages between 6-10 business days depending on your location.
Refunds and Exchanges
Please contact me immediately regarding any concerns with your purchase you may have following the receipt of your order.

I want you to love your new item(s), and appreciate the opportunity to correct any problems prior to receiving/leaving feedback.
Additional policies and FAQs
Please note: When you receive your print, there might be a slight variation between the color you see on your screen and the color of the printed work.

Please contact me with any questions that you may have.