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Elite Edition prints, are a neat way to own a Redlin art print in large size, 14" x 24" (image size), formatted on high quality pH neutral paper with light fast inks, each sequentially hand-numbered with the artist's signature printed in the image area. Eye catching prints in this series are:  

Prints are framed (sample) in a hardwood complemented by a color coordinated double matte. Glass, backing, and hanger finish the framing package.
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Elite EditionTwo books, The Art of Terry Redlin: Opening Windows to the Wild & Art of Terry Redlin: Master of Memories, have been published containing many of Redlin's paintings. You can enjoy reading either of these titles again and again. They make great Christmas gift choices though we have sold copies for other gift occasions like: Father's Day, birthdays, anniversaries, and retirement gifts.

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Terry Redlin's " Highlight of the Neighborhood"
"Highlight of the Neighborhood"
by Terry Redlin


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"On this beautiful summer evening in the 1950's, the ice cream truck is making its final stop of the day. The kids, who have been awaiting its arrival at the lighted park area, now enjoy their freshly scooped cones. As a softball game begins, the driver delivers a carefully wrapped package of ice cream to the nearby house. Intently watching from a window the cat knows that she may soon savor the soft, sweet leftovers from the bottom of an ice cream bowl. In the distant flood-lit park youngsters work off excess energy on wooden teeter-totters and a unique in merry-go-round, playground equipment seen less often today. The family dog strains at his leash, wanting badly to join in the fun. In this nostalgic scene Terry Redlin remembers a more gentle time in small town America. It was an era when the familiar Schwan's ice cream truck, as dependable and delicious as our memories will allow, roamed the neighborhoods of mid-America."
Terry Redlin's "Morning Chores"
"Morning Chores"
by Terry Redlin


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"In this classic painting the artist has stopped time for one crystal clear moment. The early morning air is crisp and clean. Hints of the coming winter have formed icy edges around the marsh. As the sun emerges from behind the barn a light in the window indicates that the farmer, as well as the mallards, are up and busy at the start of a new day. This image was selected for the cover of The Farmer in 1979, and gave the artist's work it first wide exposure."

Terry Redlin's "Good Evening, America!"

"Good  Evening, America!"
by Terry Redlin


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"Summer has drawn to a close in 'Good Evening America!". The two fishing boats have been stored for the season. The Lakeside Boat and Auto Repair has increased their business to "total service". Directional signs indicate that a few lakeside cabins have new owners. Helene's cafe has decided to offer a "weekend menu." As the flag is lowered, the community dogs gather, having learned that the shopkeeper will bring a bucket of table scraps from the cafe for evening treats."
Bountiful Harvest by Terry Redlin

"Bountiful Harvest"
by Terry Redlin

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Here we see it is fall and the bountiful crops are being harvested and brought to the local elevator for sale. As the farmers gather to wait in line to drop off their grain they gather to visit and discuss how their fields had produced.
Limited Edition print, 'A Helping Hand,' by Terry Redlin
"A Helping Hand"
by Terry Redlin


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"The artist often witnessed this scene on his great grandfather's farm. Deep snow has covered most of the available browse and the deer are hungry. Local farmers have constructed a bin down by the creek and are filling it with corn. These farmers never looked for, or expected, publicity or compliments. They simply went out and lent a helping hand to their wildlife neighbors."
Terry Redlin's Master Classic "Night Watch"

"Night Watch"
by Terry Redlin


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 "It's that special time in early evening when the western horizon still reflects a dim light and the stars are beginning to assert their rightful presence in the night sky Standing in silence, the two white-tailed deer watch this transfer of colors and listen to the faint sounds from the small town out in the flats. This painting was used as a Christmas cover for Outdoor Life."
Terry Redlin's "Autumn Traditions"

"Autumn Traditions"
by Terry Redlin


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"Autumn is one of the artist's favorite seasons. As he paints the bait shop that's closed for the season and the general store with the biggest pumpkins in the county, you can almost feel the crisp fall air and hear the beating of wings overhead."
Terry Redlin's Elite Ed. of "Sunday Morning"
"Sunday Morning" by Terry Redlin

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"On this serene Sunday morning all of God's creatures are congregating. The humans have arrived in cars and buggies. The deer, who have been waiting all night, slowly stir. The cows amble contentedly toward their early morning drink. Suddenly, the calf becomes aware of strangers across the stream. In response the young doe rises, ears alert, and intently watches the intruders' approach. After a few moments of mutual inspection, both cows and deer will continue on with their business. High above the steeple, the circling pigeons have been scattered by ringing bells. They patiently wait for silence so they can return to their comfortable resting place on the church roof."
Terry Redlin's "Morning Surprise"
"Morning Surprise" by Terry Redlin

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"The artist remembers this idyllic scene from visits to his uncle's farm. "I was just a small boy then," he comments. "It was a wondrous time of day and, I think, God is very close on a morning like this."
"Moonlight Frost" by Terry Redlin
"Moonlight Frost"
by Terry Redlin


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"In this scene, Redlin captures that quiet time in the early morning hours when the moon slowly sinks below the horizon casting a soft glow across the icy countryside. The sparkle from the frost-coated grasses and the barren trees give this farmstead a magical feel. Look closely and you will find the "Poker Shack", an out-building that was no longer needed for farming, the duck-shaped weather vane on top the old brick silo, and a sign identifying the farmstead as 'Redlin Farms'."

"Basic Training" by Terry Redlin
"Basic Training"
by Terry Redlin


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As the sun slowly sinks below the horizon, it casts an amber glow across the land. Three generations gather on the end of the dock for one of many training sessions with their trusted hunting companions. As the young pup leaps off of the dock to retrieve, the older dogs watch and wait their turn all but the oldest lab. He hears the robins squawking and is alerted to the geese flying overhead. This practice session is of no interest to him after years of retrieving with his master. Soon the geese will disrupt this basic training and the controlled practice session will erupt into uncontrollable chaos.

Terry Redlin's Best Friends
"Best Friends"
by Terry Redlin


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2006 -- At sunset the man and his best friend have driven to the crest of the highest hill around. They've had a good day of hunting in the lakes and marshes below. Now both rest, but the man carefully watches the migrating patterns of the distant waterfowl. Tomorrow he'll have a better idea of where the best hunting will likely be.

Terry Redlin's "Evening Star" "Evening Star"
by Terry Redlin


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The first star to appear in the evening sky twinkles more brightly than the others. It is the planet Venus but stargazers prefer to call it the Evening Star. The children have just finished a long day of tobogganing and sledding and ire now working on their new friend, the snowman The dogs arc tired from playing in the snow, but not to tired to spot the rabbit under the evergreens. playing the hill, the skating rink is encircled with cars filled with spectators to the evening's entertainment. As the headlights burn through the ground fog, they become spotlights on the young skaters. In this image, Terry Redlin captures the magic of this snowy winter playground.
Terry Redlin's "Evening with Friends"
"Evening with Friends"
by Terry Redlin

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At sunset the man and his best friend have driven to the crest of the highest hill around. They've had a good day of hunting in the lakes and marshes below. Now both rest, but the man carefully watches the migrating patterns of the distant waterfowl. Tomorrow he'll have a better idea of where the best hunting will likely be.
"Hometown" by Terry Redlin "Hometown"
by Terry Redlin


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New in 04!
-- In "Hometown" Terry Redlin captures the romance of a snowy winter night with all the sparkle of the holiday season. In this scene, two deer have a clear view of the town below the hill. As the smoke from the surrounding chimneys wafts through the evening air, the deer slowly begin their nightly journey to the corn field just beyond the Lakeview Bed and Breakfast. We can see from the tracks in the snow that this is their favorite route. In the distance, the headlights encircling the skating rink tell us that the evening's entertainment has begun. We can almost hear the muffled laughter and the scraping of skate blades across the ice. Elements in this image were inspired by the artist's imagination, but it is a familiar scene in hometowns across America.
Terry Redlin's "Heartland Lights" 2003 Christmas Print

Terry Redlin's "Heartland Lights"
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"Heartland Lights"
by Terry Redlin


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Terry Redlin recreates for us in his beautiful scenes images that continue to resonate with warm memories. In "Heartland Lights" Terry conveys a family tradition. The crisp country air, the proud Belgians, the cheery greetings resound as neighbors gather for a warm bonfire. Marshmallows roasted on whittled green sticks offer a sweet memory for everyone on this holiday evening. We are reminded of a more innocent time when the countryside was at peace with itself and traditional family values reigned.
    Special price $355: Sold Out Deluxe frame package, limited number available - Triple matted, dark blue suede, fillet, horse and sleigh Terry Redlin designed etched glass, pewter title plate on the matte, dark cherry frame 21/2" wide with embossed holly leaf
"His First Friend" - American Portrait - Terry Redlin
"Mother and Child Experience the Excitement and Happiness of a New Friend and Home"
August 2004
"His First Friend"
by Terry Redlin


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We embark on a journey through the life of a young American boy and his family. As we step into the world Terry Redlin has created for them, we are aware that the paintings are compilations of experiences many of us have shared. The story begins with the American dream of home ownership. Today, this young family is moving from the farm into town. They purchased a “fixer-upper”. The old house needs some tender love and care; but for now, it is moving day. As they unpack the truck, they are filled with promise. This is the beginning of a whole new life for them and for their young son. Reflecting back on his own childhood, Terry Redlin remembers moving to town before first grade. In this scene, the young boy has a great surprise. He has just met his first friend, “Buddy”. Terry remembers getting a dog after he moved to town, as well. “My dog was an orphan my parents found at a dance. I named him Bootsie because he had four dark paws. Bootsie was my first friend.” The family is proud to have a place to call their own. We can sense the pride they feel. To watch their young son experience the unconditional love of the puppy fills their hearts with joy and makes moving day a little less traumatic for everyone.
"His First Day" - American Portrait - Terry Redlin
"Mother and Child Experience the Difficulty of Leaving Home for the First Time"
August 2004

"His First Day"
by Terry Redlin


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With each scene, we watch the change of seasons and the progression of time. "His First Day" brings to life the smell of autumn. The falling leaves color the ground as they float through the quiet stillness of the morning. The old house has undergone a transformation with new siding, a new porch, and the addition of a garage. As the school bus pulls around the corner, Mom tries to comfort her young son. While the driver waits, she gently tries to coax him out of his Radio Flyer. It's his first day of school and he doesn't want to leave the comfort of his mother's arms, the safety of his yard, or his trusted furry friend, 'Buddy'. The family has put down roots here. There will be many more 'first days', but none like this one. With trepidation, the youngster will soon take that first step onto the bus leaving, for the first time, the security of home.
"His First Date" - American Portrait - Terry Redlin
Mother and Child Experience the Excitement the Tensions of Growing Up"

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"His First Date"
by Terry Redlin


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Each painting leads us deeper into the lives of this young American family. We watch them grow just like the trees around the neighborhood. In this scene, we are reminded of the nervousness of “young love”. As the boy and girl sit side-by-side on the front porch, Mom knows this is her son’s “first date”. This must be the girl whose initials have recently appeared in the heart-shaped carving on the tree just below the tree house, his “Private Club.”
    As the full moon begins to rise, shadows dance across the yard. The new lampposts illuminate the streets as the ground fog settles in. It is Halloween and one of the neighbors has just pulled up in his Cadillac Coupe DeVille to drop off some trick-or-treaters. Keeping an eye on the two, Mom offers a tray of refreshments. Her baby is growing up. His dog, Buddy, resting in the grass, has already given his approval. The family loves their neighborhood and the life they have built.
"His First Graduation" - American Portrait - Terry Redlin
Mother and Child Experience One of Life's Greatest Achievements"

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"His First Graduation"
by Terry Redlin


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It’s a proud day. We have watched this boy grow into a young man. We have experienced with him the trials and tribulations of many firsts and today, his parents could not be more pleased to announce their son’s graduation from high school. The car out front is the “victory car” with the treasured teddy tied to the hood. The bear as well as Buddy have been with him every step of the way. The graduate will soon go off to college and we see the preparations have already begun. His bicycle is up on the rack. Mom remembers how he mastered the art of “throwing papers” on his paper route from that very bicycle. The tree house is gone and his “Private Club” above the garage is all closed up. For this special occasion, Mom, like always, has been working to keep her yard looking its best – the greenest in the neighborhood! As Mom, Dad, our young man, and his girlfriend pose on the front porch, we see that this is a snapshot from many of our own lives.
"His First Homecoming" - American Portrait - Terry Redlin
Mother and Child Experience the Delight of an Unexpected Early Arrival"

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"His First Homecoming"
by Terry Redlin


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In this, the fifth painting in “An American Portrait”, Terry Redlin captures the icy stillness of a winter’s night and the peaceful, quiet joy of “His First Homecoming”. Our young man’s new independence has not overshadowed his deep sense of family. It’s only been a few months since he went away to school, but he is lonesome and homesick. As he pulls up to the snow-packed curb, the neighborhood sleeps. The only sound is the crunch of snow beneath his boots and the thump, thump, thump of Buddy’s tail on the sidewalk. His arrival is unexpected. The cat patiently sits by the doorstep as our young man reunites with his dog. As he hugs his trusted friend, the steady wag of his tail tells us that Buddy has been waiting to see him, too. The full moon brightens the night sky; and tucked in, under a blanket of freshly fallen snow, his home awaits. Colorfully wrapped packages and a freshly cut evergreen will soon surprise his family. This will be a special holiday season for them all. In this painting, we are reminded of the peacefulness, the safety, and the comforts of home.
"His First Good-Bye" - American Portrait - Terry Redlin
Mother and Child Experience One of Life's Proudest Moments"

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"His First Good-Bye"
by Terry Redlin


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As the American flag waves brightly, we feel our hearts swell as this family prepares for “His First Good-Bye”. Our young man has joined the military. Although filled with a great sense of pride, this day brings mixed emotions for Mom and Dad. His desire to serve his Country is honorable and his commitment true. As the taxi waits, Dad fumbles with his hands in his pockets, unsure of how to tell his son how proud he is and how much he loves him. Theirs has always been a quiet, unspoken bond. Mom, while trying to maintain her composure, is finding it hard to smile for the picture. Tied to the flagpole with his teddy bear near, Buddy watches carefully as his friend says good-bye. As he takes another look around, he remembers growing up here. His first friend, his first day, his first date! So many memories. He glances over at his car. Dad helped him put it up on blocks . It will remain there until he returns.
"His Last Good-Bye" - American Portrait - Terry Redlin
Mother and Father Forever Live in Pain with the Ultimate Loss"

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"His Last Good-Bye"
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His Last Good-Bye" from Terry Redlin's "An American Portrait" Series - "A Collection of Heartfelt Firsts" In this, the final painting in "An American Portrait", the neighborhood is aglow with lights as families prepare for the upcoming holiday season. The snow glistens in the moonlight and the stars twinkle in the clear night sky. Dad has just finished hanging the homecoming banner. He has been busy all day getting ready for his son's return. The cars are all washed and the garage straightened. Mom has the tree decorated and lit; and from the house wafts the aroma of freshly baked chocolate chip cookies, his favorite. From the window, she sees a car slowly pull up to the front walk. As she opens the door, expecting to embrace her son, she is horrified to see a representative from the Navy and a Chaplain walking up the snowy steps. At this moment, our hearts sink as we realize it is not her son, but the devastating news that he has been killed in war. As her body begins to crumble, she finds herself unable to speak...unable to even breathe. A very old Buddy drops the teddy. He knows his friend is never coming home. "His Last Good-Bye" immerses us into the pain of this American family's ultimate loss.
    This final painting was inspired by one of Terry Redlin's personal experiences. It captures on canvas the memory of his brother-in-law and good friend, Charles Langenfeld. Terry and Charles loved to hunt and fish. They also enjoyed Chess and other board games and would spend hours together. Even though Charles was ten years younger than Terry, the two men shared many interests and had great respect for one another. It was a true friendship and a brotherly bond.
    Charles, a Navy Hospital Corpsman, was killed in the Siege of Khe Sanh during the Vietnam War in 1968. He had only 8 hours to go before he would have been rotated to the rear and out of harms way. Like many Americans, Terry and his wife Helene, along with their entire family, live forever with the pain of the ultimate loss.
"Puppy Love" by Terry Redlin


"Puppy Love"
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Terry Redlin once again surprises us with his ability to capture on canvas the solitude of nature, the magic of a sunset, and the sweetness of young love in his image, "Puppy Love".
    In a style all his own, Terry Redlin recreates another wonderful memory of youth. A young boy and girl have discovered a new friendship. The setting sun casts a warm glow across the sky and the heat of the day fades to a gentle breeze. As these youngsters walk hand in hand, all of their senses are heightened as their summertime romance begins to blossom. They smell the campfire and listen to the sound of the crickets as they watch their shadows dance across the trail. Each step is a new experience they share only with each other…and their trusted furry friends, the Golden Retrievers. In this scene, we are reminded that true friendship makes every sunset more beautiful.
    Redlin remembers young love well. He always had a "crush" on the older grade school girls. As a third-grader, he was enamored with a 6th grade girl. One day the young girl, knowing Terry was hopelessly "in love" with her, gave him a hug. Terry said, "I thought I would pass out cold! Now that's puppy love!"
Terry Redlin's "Morning Retreat



"Morning Retreat"
by Terry Redlin


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Close observers will notice a single gun leaning by the cabin door, indicating the first hunter has arrived. The lighted window suggests he is awake, but on this first morning too late to see the high flying honkers or the mallard pair sweeping gracefully across the foreground. Published in 1981.
Terry Redlin Limited Edition art printsIn the early 1980s Terry Redlin was exploring new subject matter. Wildlife continue to appear in his work, but no longer dominate the compositions.
Terry Redlin's "Natural Curiosity"

"Natural Curiosity"
by Terry Redlin


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2003 - "All animals are curious. Deer are especially cautious, too. On this quiet summer day, Terry Redlin remembers the behavior of animals he watched in the fields as a kid. The rail fence serves as a protector for both the fawn and the colt allowing them the safety in which to satisfy their curiosity. The doe knowing all is well in front turns her head to watch for predators. Note the small trio of wildflower blooms in the foreground. Name has found the perfect protected spot for these wayward seeds to flourish."
Terry Redlin's "Morning on the Green"
"Morning on the Greens"
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"In this, the third image in Terry Redlin's "On the Greens" series, the artist illustrates how wildlife and man can coexist in close proximity. As dawn breaks, golfers on the far green begin their game while the swans in the conservation area peacefully settle on their nests. Only the errant golf balls in the stream indicate that the two groups sometimes interrupt each other's days."
Terry Redlin's "Summer on the Greens"

"Summer on the Greens" by
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"Nature's splendor can be enjoyed by outdoorsmen of varied interests. After a day of fishing downstream, paddlers quietly head home on a river that snakes through a golf course of many water hazards. A golf ball drops on the nearby green as mallards pass overhead. Only the unseen flag's low hanging shadow informs us that light is fading fast." This is the second in the "On the Greens" series.
Terry Redlin's Spring on the Greens
"Spring on the Greens"
by Terry Redlin

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Terry has ventured into golf for the first time. If you look very carefully into the back of the picture you can see some golfers. To see them a little better click on the picture for the large version. He has not abandoned the wildlife either. Look down at the bottom of the picture.
Terry Redlin's Backwoods Cabin

"Backwoods Cabin"
by Terry Redlin

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"On this fresh morning stroll down the steps from the hillside cabin. Sit by the lake, quite and watchful. There, see? One of nature's wonders, a trio of wood ducks, glide to a landing just across the inlet."
Terry Redlin's Welcome to Paradise
"Welcome to Paradise"
by Terry Redlin

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"The store owner in this backwoods retreat is a true entrepreneur, offering everything a sportsman might need: cane fishing poles, decoys, guns, shells, fuel, refreshments, groceries. While the visiting hunters are inside stocking up, the main action appears overhead as a flock of mallards set their wings to break and flutter down for a night's rest. Notice the pole flag at the rear of the jeep. Personal experience has informed the owner that vehicles left in high grass can be easily misplaced after the day's hunt. Careful observers also will see the tree sign listing the population of Paradise at thirteen. This includes the dog resting in front of the store, but does not imply any bad luck for sportsmen who have found their way to Paradise."
Terry Redlin's Peaceful Evening

"Peaceful Evening"
by Terry Redlin

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"An early winter snow has covered the ground, but melted as it fell into the still open lake. The cabin owners have shoveled their walk and driveway and no longer use the warm weather balcony. The pheasants, unlike their neighbors, require neither path nor amenities to live on the land and meet their elemental needs."
Terry Redlin's The Birch Line
"The Birch Line"
by Terry Redlin

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"After many years of bow hunting the artist has seen this occur several times. Portrayed is a typical reaction as the young buck, overwhelmed by curiosity, has stopped. The older buck and doe sense the same presence, but are wise enough not to hesitate as they move quickly away toward the birch line and distant brush."
Terry Redlin's "Morning Frost" "Morning Frost"
by Terry Redlin


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"This could be a self portrait," Terry Redlin remarks. "As a young boy early morning church service was not my favorite activity. I would much rather have been outside experiencing the healing power of nature." This image is a delightful retelling of that youthful struggle. The boy is playing hooky, fishing one last time before the creek freezes over. His family's horse drawn carriage is headed home after the service. As the young fisherman quickly ducks behind the bridge railing, he is not noticed, and can only hope his dog will remain silent and out of sight on the stream bank below. Terry Redlin collectors may note that this picture seems faintly familiar. Last year's painting, "Evening Frost", includes the same distinctive covered bridge, stream and church. "Morning Frost" conveys its own intriguing story at the slightly earlier time in the season.
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"Evening Frost"
by Terry Redlin

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"The dropping evening temperature has turned the moist air into a frosty white wonderland, with every surface sparkling in the moon's bright beams. The covered bridge, with lanterns hanging at both ends, guide the horse and sleigh safely across its slippery surface. Listen, you can hear the jingle of the bell harness in the still night? The large Christmas tree will soon be delivered to the nearby church, then gaily decorated for the coming season's celebrations. Rarely does Terry Redlin create a painting without some hint of surrounding wildlife, and this beautiful image is no exception. Careful observers will note a deserted bird's nest clinging to the inside roof of the bridge. A few months ago swallows called this home as they gracefully swooped about during their summertime frolics."
Terry Redlin's Spring Morning
"Spring Morning"
by Terry Redlin

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"In this idyllic scene, on this warm spring morning, Terry Redlin asks us to consider both the wonders on nature and the many caring people who work to maintain its splendor. Here in a cathedral of over-arching trees, near altars of sweet-smelling flowers, young students and their teachers consult the health of the river's purity and compare it with the previous years. ... This painting was inspired by three school groups from Mr. Redlin's hometown who conduct just such an annual review of their rivers health. 'It is a tribute to conservationists, both older and those in training,' the artist says, 'who seek to preserve our precious environment for the generations to come."
Terry Redlin's Harvest Memories "Harvest Memories"
by Terry Redlin

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14" x 24"
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"In this colorful image we can almost hear the whir and roar of the old threshing rig, feel the intensity of the crew straining to feed the machine's voracious appetite, and wonder at the fast growing mountain of golden straw. 'As a young boy I watched such scenes in awe,' the artist comments, 'and noticed that the dust and chaff could be so thick that it almost obscured the sun! This image is also something of a self-portrait because I am the boy pulling the lunch wagon.' Notice that the kids have more in mind than a day filled with farm chores. Soon they will be off to a nearby lake, pulling the gear-laden wagon appropriately named, 'Terry's Fishing Rig.'"
Terry Redlin's Sunset Harvest


"Sunset Harvest"
by Terry Redlin

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14" x 24"
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"In this classic Terry Redlin image the local farmer demonstrates both a concern for his wildlife friends and the land he works. As the combines slowly rumble through the field, two rows of corn stalks are left standing. This not only provides winter feed for the deer who wait patiently and unafraid on the nearby knoll, but also serves as a natural windbreak for soil conservation."

Terry Redlin's "Good Evening, America!"

"Good  Evening, America!"
by Terry Redlin


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14" x 24"
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An Intimate Look into
Terry Redlin's Vision of America


In Terry Redlin paintings there is often far more to see than initially meets the eye. These two new images are no exception and represent dramatic studies in contrasted lighting, The scene is first depicted in the fresh clear light of early morning. The same subjects are then burnished by the golden rays of a setting sun. In both the artist provides us with his own unique nostalgic feelings of a more innocent time in American history.
   Careful observers will see many more subtle differences between the two paintings. "Good Morning, America!" greets an early spring morning. Accompanied by the family dog, the children are starting off to a great day, of fishing. Two boats (can you find them?) are yet to be put in the water. The shopkeeper is completing his daily duty of raising the flag. It's going to be a great day.
   Summer has drawn to a close in 'Good Evening America!". The two fishing boats have been stored for the season. The Lakeside Boat and Auto Repair has increased their business to "total service". Directional signs indicate that a few lakeside cabins have new owners. Helene's cafe has decided to offer a "weekend menu." As the flag is lowered, the community dogs gather, having learned that the shopkeeper will bring a bucket of table scraps from the cafe for evening treats.
Terry Redlin's "Good Morning, America!" "Good Morning, America!"
by Terry Redlin


Image Size:
18" x 32"
9,500 s/n



Image Size:
14" x 24"
Open Edition

$115 print
$255 framed print

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