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Limited edition prints are a signed and numbered (s/n) series. If you don't see the print you want, just contact us.
Terry Redlin Limited EditionPrices vary by how many limited editions are still available for 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 "October Evening"
"October Evening"
by Terry Redlin


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17" x 25"
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1982 - "In this image we are invited to relive a romantic range of experiences. Below the hill we see the deserted hunting lodge, and in the distance a wide expanse of water and marsh. In the foreground, partially buried, is a discarded wagon wheel that once carried someone's now forgotten dreams. The silhouetted shocks are surrounded by pumpkins waiting to become part of some home's Halloween festivities. The mallards, ignorant of such human activities, are interested only in the corn to satisfy today's hunger."
Terry Redlin's "Sharing the Solitude"
"Sharing the Solitude"
by Terry Redlin


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1987 - "In this idyllic scene the artist invites us to share, along with the cabin inhabitants and their camping visitors, one of those rare nights in the deep woods. The high moon has momentarily broken out from the clouds, turning the snowy landscape to bright day. The surrounding silence provides, for those of contemplative nature, a perfect setting for the primitive message contained in the flickering campfire."
Terry Redlin's "Night Harvest"
"Night Harvest"
by Terry Redlin


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"While traveling through a rural area the artist become fascinated by the night combining. He stopped, wandered out into the fields and absorbed the full flavor of its unique drama. Both this painting and Evening Surprise are beautiful treatments of the same theme. While city dwellers sleep the farmer, when the crops are ready, responds to an age-old imperative."
Terry Redlin's "Evening Comfort"
"Evening Company"
by Terry Redlin


Image Size:
17" x 26"
1,500 s/n

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"As evening approaches two pair of late leaving mallards are attracted to the farm lights below, and then to the open water in the small lake beyond. They have a choice of resting here or continuing on, hoping for warmer conditions in the morning when they will be several hundred miles further south."
Encore print, 'The Colors of Spring,' by Terry Redlin
"Colors of Spring"
by Terry Redlin


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

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$515 framed print

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"As the setting sun bursts through dense foliage the colors of spring are beautifully illuminated. A multitude of songbirds feed in this magical garden of plenty amid the profusion of flowers. Once again the season's annual rite of renewal is quietly celebrated."
Limited Edition print, 'Campfire Tales,' by Terry Redlin
"Campfire Tales"
by Terry Redlin


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

$275 print
$495 framed print

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"As a boy, Terry Redlin listened in awe as his father carefully planned hunting and fishing trips. He was too young to participate, but never forgot the excitement and wonder of those special times. The homemade camper top on the old pickup is a forerunner of the modern versions. The four deer are secretly watching the activities. Only in the morning will tracks reveal their presence. The man launching the wooden canoe occasionally "dipped", as we detect from the Copenhagen can vaguely outlined in his rear pocket. And the group's tall storyteller relaxes in a folding chair, hands extended, to recall the big one that got away. As the misty smoke rises to greet the moon we, too, can share in Terry Redlin's unique vision of man's romantic encounter with life in the wild."
Limited Edition print, 'A Helping Hand,' by Terry Redlin
"A Helping Hand"
by Terry Redlin


Image Size:
18" x 32"
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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."
Limited Edition print, 'Lifetime Companions,' by Terry Redlin
"Lifetime Companions"
by Terry Redlin


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

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"Sportsmen and others who roam nature's wild places will appreciate what is about to occur. After hours of hunting, a father and son rest on the hillside as the retreating sun burnishes the landscape with its golden rays. They are hidden from the approaching geese by an old wagon. In the next instant both wildlife and humans will become aware of each other's  presence. The geese will suddenly veer away. The man, boy and dog will look up in startled surprise. As the geese join other migrating waterfowl in the far distance, father and son will silently share in one of nature's memorable experiences. 'It is one of those times I loved best,' the artist remembers, 'a magical moment that has the power to create lifetime companions.'"
Limited Edition print, 'The Conservationists,' by Terry Redlin
"The Conservationists"
by Terry Redlin


Image Size:
14" x 24"
29,500 s/n

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"In the 1920s wood ducks were close to extinction. Thanks to thousands of concerned outdoorsmen and women, these beautiful ducks are today one of our most abundant waterfowl. This painting salutes one episode in this dramatic story. Early on a spring morning we watch as three generations of one family, working together, assure the next generation of wood ducks a secure nesting site."
Limited Edition print, 'Shoreline Neighbors,' by Terry Redlin
"Shoreline Neighbors"
by Terry Redlin


Image Size:
14" x 24"
29,500 s/n

$225 print
$390 framed print

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"The human inhabitants who live in this location have taken special efforts to welcome the arriving wildlife. The gentle, meandering stream offers a natural haven for visiting waterfowl, but these two Canada honkers have discovered an unusual and ideal nesting spot. Conservationists
have placed a tightly rolled hay bale at water's edge. The bale was donated by a local farmer and was carefully spotted on the ice during the previous winter. As spring arrived and the ice melted the bale dropped into its appointed place. Such innovative thinking is a beautiful example of
how man and nature are working together to become good 'Shoreline Neighbors.'"
Limited Edition print, 'Boulder Ridge,' by Terry Redlin

"Boulder Ridge"
by Terry Redlin


Image Size:
15" x 24"
4,800 s/n

$175 print
$345 framed print

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"While the area's human inhabitants are warm and secure in the house below, two white-taile!d deer quietly Scout the boulder ridge. The frozen lake, the hard-packed snow and barren trees all remind us of how nature provides all of her species with their own special survival skills."
Limited Edition print, 'Patiently Waiting.' by Terry Redlin
"Patiently Waiting"
by Terry Redlin

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

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"As the sun sets behind a hillside barn, two hunting dogs patiently wait for the farmers to finish harvesting. Overhead, a flight of honkers head for their evening resting place. The old pickup truck carries all necessary gear: shotgun, decoys, boat, lunch and welding equipment (handy for quick
in-the-field repairs). Note the fishing pole topped with a red flag. You only need to lose your truck once in the tall slough grass! This classic scene nostalgically revisits a new remote rural way of life experienced by few, but fondly remembered by many."
Terry Redlin's "Morning Warm-up"
"Morning Warm-Up"
by Terry Redlin


Image Size:
16" x 28"
1,950 s/n

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"Dawn is breaking as the canoe-topped sedan and trailer loaded with decoys chugs up to Leslie's Blacksmith Shop and Sports Store. Earlier arrivals, a friendly combination of farmers in their bib overalls and town folk in fancier outfits, are already warming up around the glowing forge.
    Terry Redlin fondly remembers scenes such as this from his boyhood. Leslie was a local entrepreneur who expanded his farm into a blacksmith service, then to a cafe wrap-around on his barn and, finally, to cabins along the stream for overnight guests.
    Terry especially recalls the restrained pre-dawn excitement of the coming hunt, the distinctive clank-clank of hammer on anvil, and the pungent aroma of hot metal blending into the compacted axle grease on the shop floor. We also notice two Canada geese have wandered up from the river bottom to feed on corn shocks. They are curious about this early morning commotion but sense that, at least for now, they are safe."
"Delayed Departure" by Terry Redlin
"Delayed Departure"
by Terry Redlin


Image Size:
16" x 27"
1,500 s/n

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"This green-winged teal drake and hen have gotten a late start on their annual journey south. The ground is already covered with deep snow, and only a small area at the center of the frozen lake offers open water. With the late sun reflecting brightly off this open surface, the teal pair will soon notice and head down to spend the night . Regular edition prints from this painting were donated to Wisconsin Ducts Unlimited."
Terry Redlin's "Night Light"
"Night Light"
by Terry Redlin


Image Size:
18" x 28"
1,500 s/n

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"Boyhood experiences gave inspiration to the artist for this dramatic scene. During winter nights he hunted the countryside for cottontail rabbits, and yard lights from nearby farms became friendly beacons to guide him home. These snow geese, contrasted against the dark sky are attracted by the same lights, but unlike the artist have been directed to the wrong home. Regular edition prints from this painting were donated to South Dakota Ducks Unlimited."
Terry Redlin's "Morning Chores"
"Morning Chores"
by Terry Redlin


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18" x 14"
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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 "Pure Contentment"
"Pure Contentment"
by Terry Redlin


Image Size:
14" x 24"
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"After a long day the hunter and his dog have returned to their cabin at lake's edge. While the dog rests outside his master relaxes for a moment after the evening meal. Through the window can be seen several decoys awaiting minor repairs. We can be assured that both dog and man, for this brief time, are experiencing a sense of pure contentment. Across the inlet the farmer, sometimes a hunting partner, is also preparing to retire for the night. Off to the west lights from a small town sparkle along the far shore. And to complete this scene, several flights of Canadas move across the moonlit sky, no doubt signaling that tomorrow will also bring good hunting."
Terry Redlin's "Morning Glow"
"Morning Glow"
by Terry Redlin


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"The raising sun has just topped the distant tree line revealing a camper's tent and canoe. A white-tailed buck and doe appear from the forest depth and cautiously approach the water's edge. The beginning of a new day has been signaled, and the tranquil mood suggests that in this corner of our world man and nature live in harmony."
Terry Redlin's "Leaving the Sanctuary"
"Leaving the Sanctuary"
by Terry Redlin


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"The deer are hesitating before venturing out of their deep woods sanctuary to cross the road. The sign informs us that there may be trouble on the other side, but curiosity is likely to prevail. In this atmosphere of autumn browns and oranges, sunlit faces and stands of white birch, we prefer to imagine that nothing could possibly happen to disturb the tranquility."
Terry Redlin's "Back to the Sanctuary"
"Back to the Sanctuary"
by Terry Redlin


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"It's a peaceful late winter afternoon. The whitetail deer are out foraging for browse. While the buck nibbles at the tender branch, two does intuitively sense that something is out of order, and peer intently toward the hidden viewer. However, it is obvious these deer understand the limits of their territory and have retreated behind the sign left from last fall."
Terry Redlin's "Moonlight Retreat"
"Moonlight Retreat"
by Terry Redlin


Image Size:
16" x 28"
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"This image is one of the artist's three 'retreat' paintings, the other two illustrating a similar rustic cabin in the morning and the evening [Morning Retreat and Evening Retreat]. In this version the day's hunt is over and the men relax inside trading tall tales, eating and perhaps enjoying refreshments. 'The actual hunt is only one part of this grand experience,' Terry Redlin comments. 'Just as important and satisfying is being with old friends and getting away from it all in the great outdoors.' At this moment, if the cabin occupants had taken a walk in the cool night air they would have been surprised by the cabin occupants had taken a walk in the cool night air they would have been surprised by the low-flying honkers."
Terry Redlin's "Prairie Skyline"
"Prairie Skyline"
by Terry Redlin


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24" x 18"
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"These isolated prairie grain elevators are located four miles from the artist's hometown in eastern South Dakota.  ... Terry describes this painting as one of his first 'heavy mood' scenes. Published in 1984."
"Twilight Glow" by Terry Redlin
"Twilight Glow"
by Terry Redlin


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"Birch trees frame this serene setting as the day's last light lingers on the horizon and reflects in the still waters. The campers have retired to their tent, but will return shortly to enjoy the crackling fire. A mallard pair swing by for a short visit, and then will continue on to their own resting place."
Terry Redlin's "Indian Summer"
"Indian Summer"
by Terry Redlin


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"Mother Nature has paused in her annual cycle of seasons to lavish the countryside with a final breath of summer warmth. Two white-tailed deer, a doe and spectacular trophy buck, cautiously approached the creek, instinctively understanding that this mild weather reprieve is only a lingering prelude to harsh months ahead."
Terry Redlin's "Changing Seasons-Summer"
"Changing Seasons- Summer"
by Terry Redlin


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"Somewhere, tucked away near the water's edge, is a wilderness dream home. One version of this reverie is presented to us here: a spacious log home with stone fireplace, a balcony from which to watch the geese who have taken up residences just below, and a sailboat for those windswept days on the bay. Expected soon are friends from the city to share for a few hours a portion of this deep woods poetry."
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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