See a selection of my paintings and large giclee prints on canvas at the Silver Tips Tearoom in Tarrytown. Located near Main Street at 3 North Broadway, it's open for breakfast, lunch, and teatime. For more info call 914-332-8515.
Tarrytown: Main Street, Summer Day, with Tarry Tavern
I'm honored that Tarrytown used one of my paintings on the poster celebrating Forbes Magazine's recognition of the beauty of our town (see image below, click on it to enlarge.) The posters were originally only sold to businesses, but now you can buy a long-lasting version on canvas. See the Ordering Prints page to purchase.
I sell signed photographic reproductions of my paintings, made by me to highest standards, on 8.5x 11 inch glossy archival photo paper. The image is 10 inches wide for landscape orientation or 10 inches tall for portrait orientation. The rest of the space on the photo is a dark border;
You can also get the images on greeting cards, blank inside, 5.5 x 8 inches, some with the image horizontal and others vertical (some images may be carefuly cropped to fit this format.)
Shipping charges are refunded if you come pick up the prints.
See the "Ordering Prints" page. Use PayPal, or mail an order with contact information and a check. Credit card processing is being added.
If you're in Tarrytown, look for my greeting cards and prints at Bella's Boutique on North Broadway (just one block north of Main Street.)
See below for a link to purchasing my prints and paintings on Etsy.com
The Ice Cream Shop Detective, my mystery novel, is available now! It's the story of an artist who agrees to help a charismatic cop tell forgeries from real masterpieces, then finds herself way too close to a murderer.
Some reviews by Amazon customers, copied from Amazon.com:
By JillLori on May 19, 2014
The Ice Cream Shop Detective is a very enjoyable book. The author does a terrific job of combining her talents as a writer and artist proving she is gifted in both areas. Great characters. You feel a warm connection to the main characters and the setting. I look forward to reading additional works by Ronnie Levine.
By nancykb on August 12, 2014
Good mystery story with fine descriptions of the town. It has interesting characters but, if you are not an art affectionato, it can be complicated. I enjoyed it.
A thoughtful, engrossing and enjoyable read!
By Al W on December 10, 2014
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I have found Ms. Levine's novel to be fascinating, compelling, enjoyable and a really good read! I specially liked learning about the art world and its intricacies! I miss the characters after the book was finished. Always a good sign!
Interesting and informative
By terracatta "terracatta"on June 27, 2014
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The writer is an artist herself and I enjoyed the references she has to the work of the impressionist masters. It is a nice little book, especially for those of us who also paint, even if we don't make a living at it.
What a fun story! I happened to be on vacation in ...
ByAmazon Customer on October 19, 2014
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What a fun story! I happened to be on vacation in New York and drove through this town . Beautiful!
In conjunction with the publication of my book on art forgery, I'm offering prints of one of my own museum copies. Doing these (in oil pastel on paper at the Metropolitan Museum about twenty years ago) helped me understand the special qualities that only a master can produce. My version of The Calmady Children by Sir Thomas Lawrence is shown here. Click on image to enlarge.
To inquire about commissioning a painting, purchasing work from the images you see here, or taking classes, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org call 914-552-4148. To purchase a print, please see the "Ordering Prints" page.