Shop for artwork based on themed collections. Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Garden and Chair by Donna L Munro
Calgary Lens Flare by Donna L Munro
Resplendent Fair by Donna L Munro
Calgary Tower w Light by Donna L Munro
Roses and Diamond Plate by Donna L Munro
Cherries and Memoires by Donna L Munro
Edie Blond by Donna L Munro
Edie Snow Squall by Donna L Munro
Edie Golds by Donna L Munro
Jehovah Wrote the Bible by Donna L Munro
Pink Rose Portrait by Donna L Munro
Rose Red Single by Donna L Munro
Gerber Pink by Donna L Munro
African Violet V2 by Donna L Munro
Rabbit by Donna L Munro
Gerbera by Donna L Munro
Gone Fishing V3 by Donna L Munro
Garden Tree Flower Bed by Donna L Munro
Rose England by Donna L Munro
Silhouettes 1 by Donna L Munro
Space Blue Tone by Donna L Munro
Space Scene by Donna L Munro
Beam Me Up by Donna L Munro
Silhouette Tree Bird Night by Donna L Munro
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In Dots Artian collections, you will find here Donna L Munro art based on idea concepts: cotton like clouds, sunsets and sunrises, cute houses, birds, events, pastoral scenes (with reflections in water), historical art. And you will find a few more restorations of: Elna B. Niccolls collection, and James Wharton's collection.
The James Wharton drawings based on gallery feedback that color sells. The first sets done have been done to show the authenticity of the paper near the edges, the second being perhaps easier to frame eliminating paper edges, and the next set will now be colored. A favorite James Wharton print is Meeting at the Docks, which ties to an existing place today.
The second artist is Elna B. Niccolls, who was a committed family historian and who hand copied 8 or more of her books to give to family for a very meager wage. Elna was an artist, photographer, and writer. Most of her efforts using these skills were for pleasure and for supporting her roles as a wife and mom. She made photographs to record all the family and life moments she wanted to remember forever.
Earlier, we released an Indian Princess which Elna drew. Elna saw the First Nations Princesses perform at her day's stampedes: either in Brandon or Moosejaw.
To be clear, these additional artists featured did not prepare their art for release. Donna restored and painted their art. And they are Donna's relatives.
Welcome and stay a while at Dots Artian.