After a long and tedious creative journey, I have decided to offer prints of my artwork for sale! I am thrilled to have them ready to go! I hope you enjoy!
If you have landed here, you must have seen something that caught your eye! I hope it was a good thing! I am thrilled to have you here.
Putting my artwork out in the world has been one of the hardest things I have ever done. To open yourself to unlimited criticism and critique is a bit overwhelming, but through my readers responses, I have been so encouraged and this is why I have decided to sell my artwork.
A little info about my artwork for sale:
I am offering canvas prints, wood prints, and paper prints. All of my prints are printed directly from my carefully selected printer. They are printed on museum quality paper and canvas with archival ink. These painting are meant to last and I have spent hours scouring for the perfect printer to transform my painting into prints for you.
My style is definitely abstract in nature. I love the movement and emotion that can come from abstract paintings. I have a passion for using pallet knifes solely in my paintings, however the random paint brush does come into play.
I love to work in soft soothing pallets that can evoke emotion and create a calming atmosphere.
My floral paintings are often inspired by simple peonies, as well as wild flowers in my area. I love the many ways you can portray one single flower. I have many floral artworks for sale, so make sure to check them out.
These are one of my best selling and can go in practically any room, but they are particularly great in bedrooms!
Check out this video to see how I create some of my paintings. This time lapse video is just a short part of how I paint my paintings:
I live just outside Bryce Canyon National Park on Highway 12 in Utah, and as we travel this area constantly, I am inspired by the endless hay fields that run along the sides of the highway. Many of my landscape paintings are inspired by these views.
Some of my landscape paintings are also inspired by our travels around the United States and other destinations such as Iceland and Vancouver Island.
My temple paintings are mainly inspired by the LDS Cedar City temple which is our local temple and it was just built last year. Whether you are LDS or not, these temple and church paintings can speak across many beliefs. A church or a temple is a safe haven and that is what I see when I paint these.
My barn paintings are inspired by local barns throughout the area, as well as further away, such as the iconic Park City Utah barn.
All of my paintings have an abstract nature to them, which is my favorite way to paint.
I hope that you find something that speaks to you and that will want to live in your home.
I do offer original paintings for sale from time to time.
Also, if you are interested in a commissioned painting, please contact me at:
And guess what?!?!
I have decided after some requests to offer certain accessories for some of my paintings. You can enjoy duvet covers, weekends bags and totes, cell phone cases, and notebooks.
If you want to see my full art website, you can check it out here at Twelveonmainshop.com
And as always, if you know of someone looking for artwork, have them come check out what I have!