Purchase Originals

HOW TO PURCHASE ORIGINAL ARTWORK

On average, I complete 8-12 original paintings annually. Most of these paintings are reproduced as limited edition, signed and numbered paper prints or canvas prints. Mechanical printing methods do a great job of reproducing the work, however, nothing completely matches the color and texture of oil paint.  There is an added dimension and quality that exists when looking at the original painting. Brushstrokes are visible when viewed up close and colors are more intense.  A personal connection exists between the viewer and the artist that can’t be achieved with a copy.  Please contact the studio if you have an interest in purchasing a one of a kind original painting or drawing. When possible a private showing can be arranged.

HOW TO COMMISSION ARTWORK

Commissioning a custom piece of art begins with a consultation between (myself) Terrence Fogarty and the client to determine the subject matter, cost, time frame, commercial use of the image and other important details.

When considering a commissioned painting or drawing remember that my schedule may not permit me to begin a project for several months due to work currently on the easel or previously scheduled work. Please try and plan at least a year ahead for commissions if possible. While a drawing may take three weeks to complete a painting often will take three months. Original artworks can range in price from $4,000 to $30,000.

This page will periodically update original paintings currently for sale.

The Tree Lot

2016 – Oil on Canvas – 14″ x 35″   $9,500

End of An Era

2016 – Oil on Canvas    20″ x 20″     $8,500

Sioux Nation

2016 – Oil on Canvas    10″ x 10″     $1,800

The Skies for US

2016 – Oil on Board    18″ x 24″     $9,500

The motto of the 13th Air Force-42nd Bomb Group was “The Skies for Us”  The 42nd adopted the nickname ‘Crusaders’ and displayed the Croix de Lorraine on the tail of their B-25 Mitchells. It was one of the most recognizable bomb group markings in the Pacific theatre.

 

Meatball

2011 – Oil on Canvas – 18″ x 56″

The ball yard at Dassel, Minnesota is as good as it gets.  What initially drew me to paint this park was the building in right field. The Universal Lab building is on the national register of historic places. It gives the entire scene a throwback quality.  The scattered sunlight on the infield highlights some of the players while keeping some in shadow. A very pleasant effect and just the way mother nature presented it to me.

Just Add Butter

2016 – Oil on Canvas    12″ x 36″     $9,500

 

War Letters

2016 – Oil on Canvas    12″ x 18″     $8,500

A tribute to my dad and the ground support crews that served the 5th Army Air Force in and around New Guinea in WWII. Biak, Hollandia, Port Moresby and Finschhafen to name a few.   I chose the P-40E Warhawks of the Eighth Fighter Squadron, 49th FG for the backdrop.

Through the Glass

2015 – Oil on Board   11″ x 14″     $3,000

Game Night

2013 – Oil on Board    11″ x 14″     $3,000

Game Night captures the flavor of high school hockey in a small northern Minnesota town. In this case the town happens to be Roseau, Minnesota.  Roseau is a stones throw from the US /Canadian border and is steeped in hockey culture.

Autumn Legends

1999 – Oil on Canvas   34″x 44″

The schools of the MIAC Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference each provided one or two priceless artifacts from their football archives.  I picked the best and painted this large canvas.  It’s a piece that really is best seen in person. The detail and color are hard to replicate with a copy. The different textures were fun to try and replicate with a paintbrush. The woolen stadium blanket,  the leather sleeves on the letter jacket and the shine of the old trophy create a great contrast of surfaces.