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Promenade — Signed, Limited Edition Print

Promenade, a stroll through the garden on an endlessly summer day, is now available as a signed, limited edition print through Steve Henderson Fine Art.

An affordable means of owning fine art, Steve’s collection of signed, limited edition prints features landscapes, seascapes, and figurative work. Each print comes with a certificate of authenticity, and is available in a variety of sizes and prices, framed and unframed. Six-months interest free financing through PayPal and free shipping complete this attractive, affordable package.

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Ideeli Solo Art Show — October 26-28

Join Steve Henderson Fine Art October 26-28 — Friday through Sunday —  at Ideeli.com for an online solo show of Steve’s paintings in the Home Department. Steve is proud and honored to be showcasing his art at Ideeli, one of America’s fastest growing retailers. Hope to see you there!

Gathering Thoughts

Gathering Thoughts — Original Oil Painting on Canvas — 36 x 30 — at Steve Henderson Fine Art.

A young woman, absorbed in her thoughts and dreams, strolls through the ocean’s surf.

Descent into Bryce Accepted to 6th Annual Paint the Parks Exhibition

Descent into Bryce  — original oil on canvas — 18 x 18 — is one of three paintings by Steve Henderson accepted to the 6th Annual Paint the Parks Competition. Featuring the work of some of America’s top representational painters, Paint the Parks celebrates the beauty of our country’s national park treasures.

Joining Descent into Bryce at the Paint the Parks Exhibition are Last Light in Zion and Eyrie, the latter which is also in the Top 50 of Artist and Illustrator Magazine’s Artist of the Year competition.

Descent into Bryce is available on the Steve Henderson Fine Art Website as signed, limited edition prints of varying sizes and prices, framed and unframed, and shipping is free.

Eyrie Advances to Artist and Illustrator Magazine’s “Fabulous Final 50 — Artist of the Year”

Eyrie just keeps racking up the accolades. Out of 4,000 entries to Artist and Illustrator Magazine’s Artist of the Year competition, Eyrie was selected by a panel of esteemed jurors to be in the Fabulous Final 50. Now, it’s up for the popular vote, and we would certainly appreciate yours.

You can vote for Eyrie by following this link — http://www.artistsandillustrators.co.uk/artists-of-the-year-2012-landscape — and scrolling down to the tenth painting, Eyrie, and clicking “vote now” under Steve’s name.

Please consider passing on this link to your friends, family, and colleagues via word of mouth, Facebook, Google Plus, Linked In, Pinterest, and other social media sites you enjoy. On Twitter, if you incorporate

@aandimagazine http://bit.ly/Q4M16v #AOTY

into your Tweet, then Artists and Illustrators will retweet it to their followers. (The bit.ly link takes your readers to the voting page). A sample Tweet would look like this:

Steve Henderson has been shortlisted for Artist of the Year! Vote for Eyrie @aandimagazine http://bit.ly/Q4M16v #AOTY

Voting closes October 23.

Thank you!

Eyrie Accepted to 6th Annual Paint the Parks Exhibition

Eyrie — accepted to the 6th annual Paint the Parks Exhibition

Eyrie joins Last Light in Zion and Descent into Bryce as accepted works to the 6th Annual National Paint the Parks Exhibition. Blue Ribbon was awarded Honorable Mention.

Eyrie, in addition to the original oil painting, 30 x 36, is available as a signed limited edition print at the Steve Henderson Fine Art website. Experience the exuberant sprite of the Grand Canyon.

Last Light in Zion Accepted to 6th Annual Paint the Parks Competition

Surrounded by red walls, the Emerald Pools of Zion National Park catch the last light of a summer day.

Last Light in Zion — original oil on canvas — 30 x 30 — is one of three paintings by Steve Henderson accepted to the 6th Annual Paint the Parks Competition. Featuring the work of some of America’s top representationl painters, Paint the Parks celebrates the beauty of our country’s national park treasures.

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