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Prints 2017-10-19T10:24:36+00:00
Bethany Fields Contemporary Impressionism | Giclee Prints for sale

Bethany is excited to offer fine limited edition reproductions directly to her fans and collectors. Printed on fine Hahnemühle William Turner papers using the most archival Epson inks and processes, these prints bring rich color and vibrancy to the discerning collector.  When cared for and displayed properly (out of direct sunlight, as most art should be displayed), these prints will last a lifetime!  They arrive carefully wrapped and with a 1″ white border, for ease of framing.  These are hand-signed and numbered in Bethany’s studio.  These prints are from paintings from Bethany’s personal collection and originals not available to the public. For her original pastel, acrylic, and oil paintings, please visit here.

Our Blessed Summer - Contemporary Impressionism | Landscape Pastel Paintings by Bethany Fields
Golden Afternoon - Fine Giclee Print | Bethany Fields Contemporary Impressionism for Sale
One in a Million - Fine Art Giclee Reproduction | Bethany Fields Contemporary Impressionism for Sale

Golden Afternoon - Fine Art Giclee | Bethany Fields Contemporary Impressionsm
Shem Creek #1 - Fine Art Giclee | Bethany Fields Contemporary Impressionism
Clarity - Fine Art Giclee | Bethany Fields Contemporary Impressionism
The Last Sunset - Fine Art Giclee | Bethany Fields Contemporary Impressionism


Bethany Fields

Bethany Fields is an American contemporary artist known for her pastural and reminiscent works. Fields produces art in a variety of media, including painting in pastel, oil, and acrylic, and photography.

Bethany graduated from Texas Tech University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theatre Arts. She went on to perform professionally and continued honing her skills in composition and design working as the on-air talent and designer for a DIY web series in Burbank, CA. She has worked as a professional lifestyle photographer for the past 15 years which naturally led to landscape photography and painting. Her creations have been published in several national magazines, including Country Living. Bethany has exhibited in NYC at the historic Salmagundi Club, most recently at the National Arts Club and will be returning to The Butler Institute of American Art in 2017-2018. She travels nationally and internationally for art societies and workshops, and produces her own Youtube channel, focusing on teaching and demonstrating her pastel techniques, art branding, and artist studio process. Bethany is a proud 7th generation Texan, and she and her husband of 17 years are raising their three children in Texas. She paints daily in her home studio and is an active member of the American Impressionist Society, The Degas Pastel Society,  and is a Signature Member of the Pastel Society of America.


FAQ:

1. Why don’t I see my favorite painting here? Can I request a print of a piece not offered here?

Bethany only prints a select few of her paintings, mainly those currently in her private collection. You can certainly contact Bethany at info@bethanyfields.com to request a certain painting be made into a print. She will check to see if this option is available and let you know!

2. I want the original painting.  Where is it?

My original paintings are over on my main portfolio site at bethanyfields.com.  Please contact Bethany at info@bethanyfields.com if you are interested in a certain piece.

3.  Will you be adding more options and paintings?

Yes!  Bethany is rolling out her Ecommerce site slowly and hopes to add more options soon!

4.  Are these prints archival?

Yes!  Bethany has carefully selected an amazing professional printing lab which uses the best inks/papers/canvas available on the market.

5. How do you recommend I frame my print?

I recommend using a professional frame shop!  A knowledgable and experienced framer will ensure you have a piece to last a lifetime.  For those DIY folks, please choose acid-free materials/backing/matting to prevent discoloration that may occur over time.  Also make sure your print is not hung in direct sunlight or where the humidity could affect the paper.

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