Welcome to Plain Truth Ruth's Art Gallery and Sales! Three ways to buy; go to Ebay and put my name in the search bar for some items; or call 404-374-1763 or email email@example.com. It's very easy. Special sales monthly. Call to find out more. If you commission me to do a work; terms are: 50% non-refundable deposit; balance due on delivery.
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Thanks so much for visiting my site and viewing my paintings and one of a kind jewelry. Make sure you look at all the screens and you will find the screen numbers at the top of this screen. I welcome your comments. All my larger frames are hand cut and built from raw lumber by my son, Brayden, and me and hand cut matted by me. Paintings are sold as shown, however I am willing to discuss a different frame. No two paintings or frames are exactly alike. After you click on the pic you want to see in the thumbnail; click again on the full screen view; then you can click on that blow up and really zoom in on any detail; make sure to use the back arrow to go back to main screen. Most of my oils are framed under glass for protection during public exhibits. I will gladly remove the glass if you prefer. You may make any reasonable offer. Thanks for looking! You can find all my sold pieces shown last numbered screens. Feel free to give any of my paintings a good home and may God bless my paintings! Mini Bio: Artist Ruth Roberts, born in Baltimore, Md., started drawing very early in life and by age 7 had accumulated a large portfolio of drawings inspired by newspaper ads for women’s clothing. When she was a student at Clayton State College she completed a self portrait in graphite from a black and white photo taken of her at Easter when she was 3 years old, titled, "Little Ruthie". She also learned ceramic painting and made many pieces that she signed and dated. She learned crochet and made many pieces of clothing, afghans and bedspreads. She became a professional singer in her 30’s, singing in many local clubs. After giving her life to Christ she gave all her vocal talents back to Him and is now the Director of the choir at her church. Most of her art is usually exhibited at Arts Clayton Gallery in Jonesboro, GA. Please be sure you view all screens.
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