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Lock Greeting Card featuring the painting Glass Door Knob And Passage Lock Revisited by Ken Powers

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Glass Door Knob And Passage Lock Revisited Greeting Card




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Our greeting cards are 5" x 7" in size and are produced on digital offset printers using 100 lb. paper stock. Each card is coated with a UV protectant on the outside surface which produces a semi-gloss finish. The inside of each card has a matte white finish and can be customized with your own message up to 500 characters in length. Each card comes with a white envelope for mailing or gift giving.

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Absolutely love this whole series, fresh, interesting and well executed!!

Ken Powers replied:

Thank you Sheri! I hope to revisit this series at some point!

What a beautiful job you did on that glass knob. I just don't know how you water color artists accomplish what you do...

Ken Powers replied:

Thank you Sharon! You are too kind!

This is wonderful! Love the simplicity and power of the ordinary.

Ken Powers replied:

Thank you Lenore! Very nice of you!

Reminds me of a glass doorknob at my grandma's house. Your work is like a visual scrapbook of precious memories.

Ken Powers replied:

Thank you Bonnie! I definitely like things that have a history!

wow! You really nailed that one... the perspective is amazingly clear..excellent work my friend.

Ken Powers replied:

Thank you Faraz! This one and my other door knob painting were truly exercises in perspective and the challenges it can create!

Love this! Great detail.

This is outstanding... You work excellent with your lights, details and your shadows. Beautiful work and style ;)

Another superb piece of art from one of the best on FAA. I like that the screws on the plate are two regular and two phillips head. Shows that someone has had to work on it or painted it and like so many of us, they lost the original screws.

Love the glass knob....reminiscent of my childhood home. Thanks for your comments.

This may be (not) a simple subject, but Ken as usual you've done an EXEMPLARY job. -- Superb ! . ..........Joe

Your subject matter is interesting and well done,not overworked which I like.Thanks for the compliment on my Harbour piece! This website is fun to work with so far-

Thank you for your comments on my Rocks painting, Ken. I appreciate the time you took to write. I like to tap in multiple colors in rocks, and let either salt or Epsom salts develop some texture. I think your Glass Door Knob and Passage Lock painting is my favorite of your work...a little mysterious with the door ajar (what's on the other side?) and you did a lovely job on the shadow and crystal door knob. Warm Regards, Teresa

Had Walt Disney seen this I think he would have hired you on the spot. The design works; lots of interest and action, from the cast shadow, to how the door is just ajar (which creates tension), to the angles of the brass plates . Nothing is left to doubt, but it's not overly labored. The glass crystal knob itself is just the bonus in this expertly conceived and executed piece. A crowd pleaser and a show winner, I think.

This reminds me so much of the house I grew up in.. very well done!! And thank you for the kind comments on my work..

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Artist's Description

I had painted this subject in 2006 and wanted to try it again with the new paint I have been using in order to see how it would improve. I can't decide which I like better but I did paint this with an increased contrast and greater attention to the shadows. It is painted with 18th century reproduction watercolor paint on Arches 140# paper.

About Ken Powers

Ken Powers

Welcome to the online print fulfillment center for Tacoma, Washington watercolor artist Ken Powers and Powers Fine Art Studio. Recently named as one of the "21 Artists to Watch in 2012" by, the artist's watercolor paintings can be found in numerous public and private collections throughout the world as well as on the set of ABC Studio's hit television series "Desperate Housewives." Contact information for the artist can be found on this site as well as purchasing information for his original paintings and prints. Connect: Website | FAA Artist Page | Facebook | Google+ | Twitter

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