Appalachia Series

Briar Patch Sketches (two separate sold as set)

12 comments on “Appalachia Series
  1. Cindy Rush says:

    Walking in Tobermory on a sunny fall day my eye was drawn to the most captivating drawings I have ever seen. As I entered the shop, I felt a rush of emotions as I gazed at each drawing. The expressions on each face warmed my heart. There was on drawing in particular that actually brought tears to my eyes.
    Thank you for that moment.

    Cindy

  2. Ron Lindsay. says:

    I have appalachia 75/450 sold to me and framed by your gallery.I am thinking of selling. Would your gallery be interested? Kathy examed the print and said it was one of the best.

    • Admin says:

      Hey Ron, How are you doing? Hope all is well. I am not taking on any more art for sale. I am advising people to go on ebay or a more international website to sell and not to ask top dollar. Any price over $1000, it usually helps to have a layaway, it makes it easer to come up with the money on time. Good Luck. Paul has shown in a couple museums and will be highligted in “Cowboys & Indians” and Western Art Collector and American Art Collector in Jan, Feb. and March 2013….
      Have a Merry Christmas. Kati-Jane (Kathy) Murray

    • Admin says:

      Ron,
      We have our list of sellers and are full of secondary listings for now. THanks, try ebay, make sure to validate by listing our website. I send clients to ebay all the time

  3. larry broadt says:

    love your art.

  4. kelly says:

    I have briar patch trio 213/680 professionally framed in my living room. They enlighten my heart!

  5. Anne Whiteman says:

    Thinking of selling “Secrets”. 136/325 Any suggestions?

  6. Deby Findley says:

    I am interested in a print of an elderly woman holding a shotgun. This goes back a few years. Is it available? I will be Gatlinburg start Friday for a week and could come to the gallery. I am looking for print and frame to be around 21″ x 27.5″ with a green mat. My goal is to match my coal miner with gun print.

  7. Laurie Erb says:

    I have Baking Flour and 1884-1984. 125/275. Framed exactly as you had on display. Frame shop consulted with Paul purchased in Goderich ontario maybe as much as 20 years ago. Love it but am now old and my family in need. Please give the value as I regretfully have to raise cash. Pls quote in cdn dollars. Laurie

    • Admin says:

      http://paulmurray.com/orderinquire/insurance-guide/ this is the link for values of all the artwork. Times may have made these drop some. Good luck, if you want any of the images digital for ebay listings I can help you. We have many clients that keep an eye out for Paul’s work on ebay. Hopefully they were kept out of the sun and framed in archival materials.
      KatiJane 865-436-8445

  8. Armando says:

    I purchased two (2) pencil art pieces back in 2010 when I worked in Gatlinburg, TN and visited his Gallery. One is titled “John Proffit” and the other one is not titled (an old lady thinking).
    I would like to frame them but, would like to know if Mr. Murray can autograph them for me.

    • Admin says:

      Armando, Paul is always willing to sign his art. Call us in Tenn. before Nov 1 and we will arrange this for you. KatiJane 865-436-8445

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