Sold via Zatista on Amazon

This little work on paper is on its way to its new home in New York City. 聽Many thanks to my new collector!

Sold through Zatista on Amazon; my first sale on Amazon.

Not-So-Daily Painting 2012-005 Mixed Media on Paper 6.0鈥漢 x 5.75鈥漺 漏 2012 Marilyn Fenn

Sold Four Little Paintings via Zatista

Woo-hoo!  I know these are going to look fabulous matted and framed and hanging together (if that is in fact what happens to them).  馃榾

Thank you so much to my new collector in Maryland!

“Enchanted Rock” print – SOLD

Sold my last remaining matted print of this painting of Enchanted Rock, from my early representational days of painting. 聽I still have 2 unmatted small prints left, and I imagine those will sell eventually, too.

This has been my most popular image for selling prints. 聽And聽I still have the original. 聽馃檪

I am considering whether I will resume printing giclee prints of聽any聽of my work, as my office space is likely to be completed within the month, and I’ll have access to my good printer again.

If I choose to make any more of my images available as prints, I prefer printing them in small editions only on good fine art paper and signing and numbering them, rather than offering unlimited, unsigned prints that can be printed on any old kind of surface through any online printing shops. 聽I really can’t imagine any of my work on metal or plastic, for example, and FAA (for example) 聽doesn’t give the artist the right to veto any media.

The last 2 available prints of “Enchanted Rock” (unmatted) are here:

Sold – Another Enchanted Rock Print

Enchanted-Rock-Oil-on-Masonite-16x24-inches-copyright-1992-Marilyn-FennThis framed print of Enchanted Rock just sold to a couple who recently got engaged there. 聽Enchanted Rock is a magical place, the largest pink granite monadnock in the United States, and has a history of聽human visitation聽going back at least 11,000 years.

There are numerous myths about the rock, such as it was “revered by native tribes as a holy portal to other worlds”, that聽“anyone spending the night on the rock becomes invisible”, and that there exist “many spirits in the tunnels” under the rock. 聽(source:聽

My favorite myth, though, is that in the 70’s, hippies used to hang out there doing psychedelics (so I am told), and grooved on the eerie noises of the sun-warmed rock cooling at night. 聽馃檪

I’ve visited several times, but as yet, I haven’t wandered through the caves under the rock. 聽Putting it on my local bucket list.

Paintings Going to New Homes


I’m so happy to have sold a few paintings in the last week!

Going to a new home are “Spiral Jetty” and “Tornado – OK – July 2, 1999.”

Tornado - OK - July 2, 1999 | Encaustic on Masonite, framed | by Marilyn Fenn
Tornado – OK – July 2, 1999 | Encaustic on Masonite, framed | by Marilyn Fenn
Spiral Jetty - Oil on canvas - by Marilyn Fenn
Spiral Jetty – Oil on canvas – by Marilyn Fenn