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Terry Redlin's Limited EditionPrices vary by the number of prints availability sale. Prints are framed (sample) in a hardwood complemented by a color coordinated double mat. Glass, backing, and hanger finish the framing package.
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autumn shorelineTwo 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 gifts  though we've sold copies for other gift occasions like: Father's Day, birthdays, anniversaries, and retirement gifts.

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Terry Redlin's Limited Editon "Evening on the Ice"
"Evening on the Ice"
by Terry Redlin


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

$300 print
$520 framed print

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New in 07! -- "Growing up in eastern South Dakota, I loved to hunt and fish. In the winter, the lakes turned into small towns bustling with activity. One of the best forms of entertainment was ice fishing. Vehicles would drive out to the 'hot spots' and while the fishermen would swap stories and unwind from a long workweek, everyone would watch and wait for a bite.
    Today, it is no different, I look out from my studio and the frozen lake is alive with icehouses, vehicles, and snowmobiles. The enjoyment I get from watching these winter activities inspired the painting, 'Evening on the Ice'."

"Lifetime Friends" by Terry Redlin
"Lifetime Friends"
by Terry Redlin


Image Size:
18" x 32"
3,500 s/n

$300 print
$520 framed print

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On this windy hill, father and son will soon test their new kite. The sun is slowly sinking below the horizon and the remaining light flickers across the landscape. The sound of the wind whistling through the trees reassures the duo that this might be the perfect time to let the kite soar!

"Moonlight Frost" by Terry Redlin
"Moonlight Frost"
by Terry Redlin


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

$300 print
$520 framed print

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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


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

$300 print
$520 framed print

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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 "Strutting On In"

"Strutting On In"
by Terry Redlin


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

$300 print
$520 framed print

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New in 05!
-- "For the first time in his career spanning over a quarter century, Terry Redlin has captured for all to enjoy his version of the glorious turkey. "They are nature's proud display of color and beauty," says Redlin. In this scene, the magnificent turkeys are "struttin' their stuff" so to speak. It's mating season and the toms are "showing off" for the hens. In addition to painting the turkeys, Redlin also enjoyed the opportunity to paint a Spring scene. The bright greens of the field grass are highlighted by the golden rays of light, but the overall scene is full of soft and muted colors."
"Hometown" by Terry Redlin "Hometown"
by Terry Redlin


Image Size:
18" x 32"
3,500 s/n

$300 print
$520 framed print

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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.
Michael Sieve's "Winter Snows" "Winter Snows"
by Terry Redlin


Image Size:
18" x 32"
960 s/n

$420 print
$640 framed print

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"To commemorate Terry Redlin's 25th year as an independent artist, Wild Wings is pleased to announce the release of "Winter Snows" as a signed and numbered limited edition of 960. Each beautiful lithograph features a full-color printed remarque created exclusively for the release of this historic image. Along with the remarque, each print is accompanied by the custom silver medallion to further enhance this 25th anniversary commemorative package."
"His First Friend" - American Portrait - Terry Redlin
"Mother and Child Experience the Excitement and Happiness of a New Friend and Home"

There are seven prints in the series.  To see all the prints visit American Portraits.
"His First Friend"
by Terry Redlin

American Portrait Series

Image Size:
18" x 32"
3,500 s/n

$200 print
$440 framed print

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"This collection of paintings was one of the most technically demanding projects of my career. The coordination of all of the paintings, the consistency of each of the continuous elements, the lighting of each individual scene, and the creation of this boy's life - this family's life - made the collection of paintings an extremely difficult challenge. The 'heartfelt firsts' within 'An American Portrait' were built around my own personal experiences, but the setting in which they take place was not based on an actual location, rather my imagination. It is a tribute to America. It is my way of honoring Servicemen and Servicewomen, Veterans, and the families who have paid the ultimate price for our freedom."
Terry Redlin's "Camping on Sunset Point"
"Camping on Sunset Point"
by Terry Redlin


Image Size:
18" x 32"
5,000
Release s/n

$300 print
$520 framed print

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Inspired by an actual account of a fellow conservationist who came to the aid of baby wood ducks in distress, "Camping on Sunset Point" captures the elements of the perfect setting. It is early spring and the air is cool as the sun goes down. The deer cautiously move through the trees keenly aware of the campers, but not threatened by their presence. A new family of wood ducks rests on the warm shoreline rocks. Once again, we are reminded that man and wildlife can co-exist, and thanks to the efforts of conservationists everywhere, we will continue to enjoy this balance of nature.
Terry Redlin's "Puppy Love"
"Puppy Love"
by Terry Redlin


Image Size:
18" x 32"
3,500
Release s/n

$300 print
$520 framed print

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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 enamoured 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 "Migration Days"
"Migration Days"
by Terry Redlin


Image Size:
18" x 32"
Very Limited Availability
Release s/n

$400 print
$635 framed print

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2003 - "Literally hundreds of thousands of waterfowl fill the skies during one week each spring. They have responded to a primordial urge to head north. Leaving their winter resting areas as far south as Central America, these graceful wanderers will guide their way to summer nesting areas in Canada and the northern tier of states.
    In Terry Redlin's 'Migration Days' it appears the entire town has gathered to celebrate and share in the sounds and sights of the glorious migration flight. The honkers flying low are locals now having already arrived. But the blues and snow geese are flying high as they journey farther north."
New
Terry Redlin's "Natural Curiosity"

"Natural Curiosity"
by Terry Redlin


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

$300 print
$520 framed print

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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."
New
Terry Redlin's "Heartland Lights"

"Heartland Lights"
by Terry Redlin


Image Size:
22" x 36"
960 s/n
Also available as a Christmas print.

$430 print
$705 framed

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2003 - "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."
New
Terry Redlin's 25th Anniversary Print " Guardian of Conservation"

"Guardian of Conservation"
by Terry Redlin


Image Size:
18" x 32"
2,500 s/n

$300 print
$520 framed print

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25th Anniversary Print
- 2003 - "Terry Redlin, who grew up hunting and fishing, continues to paint the wildlife he learned to appreciate years ago. 'The relationship between man and wildlife is one of modern civilization's continuing dilemmas. But the contestants,' says Terry, 'are capable of living in harmony. All of conservationists efforts are working in my new painting. The blue heron fishing is a symbol of good ecology.
   The scene in 'Guardian of Conservation' is just before sunset in the Fall of the year. We can see the waterwheel at the old grist mill is still working although now the rustic building is most often used as a banquet and meeting hall." cont.
New
Terry Redlin's 25th Anniversary Print "Sharing the Sunset:

"Sharing the Sunset"
by Terry Redlin


Image Size:
18" x 32"
2,500 s/n

$395 print
$520 framed print

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25th Anniversary Print
- 2003 - "I started this painting last year with an idea I'd had for years," relates Terry Redlin. "As these deer watch from a distance, they are curious and acceptive of the small group of fisherman setting up camp. Man and his friends can together truly enjoy the beauty of day's end as the ever-changing lights at sunset create a colorful display over the land and water. Each sunset is unique and I have been driven to capture each one's individual glory in my works." cont.

Terry Redlin's "Gathering of Friends"

"Gathering of Friends"
by Terry Redlin


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

$300 print
$520 framed print

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"Arriving at the old family homestead, friends and relatives will gather tonight and celebrate the warmth of the season with a well fed fire, a table piled high with favorite foods and drinks and many a nostalgic story. Eager faces, smiles and laughter will greet each story told anew.
 The two whitetails settled near the fenceline are not spooked by the horse-drawn sleighs. The sound of the visitors' voices preceded them and the deer sense no danger from these familiar sounds."
Terry Redlin's " Highlight of the Neighborhood"
"Highlight of the Neighborhood"
by Terry Redlin


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

$300 print
$620 framed print

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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 "Good Morning, America!"

"Good Morning, America!"
by Terry Redlin


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

$300 print
$520 framed print

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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 Evening, America!"

"Good  Evening, America!"
by Terry Redlin


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

$300 print
$520 framed print

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Terry Redlin's "Always Alert"

"Always Alert"
by Terry Redlin


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

$300 print
$520 framed print

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Terry Redlin's beautiful images often capture nostalgic reminders of America's rural past and his newest print, "Always Alert", is an excellent example of his visual story-telling skills. At the end of a hot summer day, under a threatening thunderhead, the farmer on his John Deere tractor is almost finished baling. His last cut has flushed out four ring-necked pheasants from the edge of the field. The farmer does not notice, nor do his helpers on the wagon who point to a formation of Canada geese winging south in the distant sky. Only the three multi-colored labs, who are "always alert," appreciate the sudden wildlife activity. They have been tethered near the water's edge waiting for their master to finish his chores. Hunting season will begin soon, and we can be assured these three anxious canines will shortly be free to pursue their favorite pastime.

Terry Redlin's "Natures Sentinel"

"Nature's Sentinel"
by Terry Redlin


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

$300 print
$520 framed print

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"I have often wandered off alone deep into the woods," Terry Redlin comments, "and waited very quietly and still in one place for a long period. After awhile the birds, squirrels and other small animals have become comfortable with my presence and gone about their normal activities. But when deer have approached, these small creatures would begin to make a racket, sending out a warning that something strange and possibly dangerous was in the area. I've actually experienced this behavior several times. It's a bit eerie but, also, comforting to understand that nature's creatures seem to watch out for each other."
Terry Redlin's "Close to Paradise"
"Close to Paradise"
by Terry Redlin


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

$300 print
$520 framed print

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"Who is closer to paradise?" asks Terry Redlin. "Is it the man and his canine companion who have wandered upstream from the main lake to this secluded fishing hole? Or is it the retired couple in the lovingly cared for A-frame high on the forested bank with bird houses and beautifully tended flower gardens?" Both in their own way, the artist suggests, are living out their dreams, enjoying the great outdoors and receiving the full healing powers of nature. As in many Terry Redlin paintings we find specific reminders of his boyhood. The artist owns and continues to use an old six horse Evinrude outboard. And back in those clays, lie hastens to inform us, it was legal to fish from two lines!
Terry Redlin's "Family Time"
"Family Time"
by Terry Redlin


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

$300 print
$520 framed print

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"Three generations of the of the same family gather together on this spring morning, for a relaxed day of fishing. Grandpa, sitting on a discarded wagon tongue, still uses his trusty old cane pole. The grandkids are equipped with  new model rods and reels. Dad carefully baits his son's hook, while the family dog watches intently. It is a special time, a peaceful time, for both young and old to renew a shared kinship in the spectacular beauty of a rural landscape. For this old farmstead to survive, it has become "Lakeside Trails," a hobby farm catering to horse owners from a nearby city. The land, once planted with corn and wheat, today boards horses and provides beautiful trails through the rolling countryside for the owner's city neighbors to enjoy."
Terry Redlin's "Lazy Afternoon"
"Lazy Afternoon"
by Terry Redlin


Image Size:
16" x 28"
9,500 s/n

$275 print
$495 framed print

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"Peace and quiet describe [this print]. As the geese head for the cornfield behind the farmhouse, only the beating of their wings breaks the silence. The farmer has paused for supper, too, and down at the dock the fishing gear waits for him to try this luck before the sun goes down. Even some of the pets reflect the slower pace of life on the farm once the chores are done. This absence of activity is temporary, of course. The hunting dogs know that their busy season is approaching, and watch the passing geese with alert anticipation. The cats, always curious, have their eyes fixed on the darting fish that swim close to the water's surface, but safely out of reach."
Terry Redlin's "Evening Rendezvous"
"Evening Rendezvous"
by Terry Redlin


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

$300 print
$520 framed print

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"Even if not actually experienced, this romantic scene represents a time and place in every camper's rich imagination. Several people have already reached Rendezvous Point and set up camp. Now, at sundown, before a dramatic sky of developing thunderheads and bursting light, the rest of the family group quietly glide toward their destination. But they do not arrive unnoticed. Perched on the very tip of a tall pine tree, a hawk surveys his wilderness domain. Mom, in front of the canoe, looks up in delighted surprise.
We note the young girl in the canoe carefully trails a line and bobber. The family dog, not fully at ease in the rocking canoe, is anxious to reach land. The campsite is really for visitors, with camp table and benches in place. The chopping block and axe are ready to produce an ample supply of firewood for the coming evening hours."
Terry Redlin's "Autumn Evening"
"Autumn Evening"
by Terry Redlin


Image Size:
18" x 32"
29,500 s/n

$475 print
$705 framed print

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It's a fall evening and the children are out raking leaves and burning them in preparation for winter's winds. Can't you just feel the heat from the fire?
Terry Redlin's "The Social Hour'"
"The Social Hour"
by Terry Redlin


Image Size:
16" x 28 1/8"
9,500 s/n

$275 print
$495 framed print

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"Across the river at the Lakeside Conservation Club the party is in full swing. Its members gather annually to review past activities and plan coming events. Some drove to this idyllic setting, others arrived by boat after a little hunting and fishing along the way.
Terry Redlin's "Autumn Shoreline"

"Autumn Shoreline"
by Terry Redlin


Image Size:
15" x 24"
14,500 s/n

$175 print
$350 framed print

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"The bait shop is closed for the season, but someone is preparing to make one final attempt to catch the big one. Perhaps the waiting boat and gear is for the shop owner who, after a summer of catering to others, is finally taking his turn. The mallards, too, are enjoying the quiet, blissfully unaware that a different type of season will soon begin."
Just a thought -- wouldn't one of these lovely Terry Redlin Limited Edition prints make a great, wedding / anniversary gift, birthday gift, Mother's Day gift, Father's Day gift, or Christmas gift. Plan ahead to have that present ready for the special occasion by ordering today!. We can direct ship for you in time for the day.

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The first print is $35.00 and each print after that is $10.00.
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