An original acrylics painting, on gesso primed panel
12 X 15", unframed
$210.00, ( plus $25.00, pack and ship )
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This painting was done in a fairly impressionist style, to try and capture a loose,
fresh feel of new-fallen snow. There is a special beauty to this season when the
earth sleeps beneath a cold, white blanket, but as we get older we fail to find winter
as enjoyable as we did in our youth. We tend now, to wish for an end to the bitter
season, and yearn for the brighter and warmer days of spring, as soon as possible.
Groundhogs have nothing to do with advancing spring for us, of course, but the
sun is indeed returning from its winter solstice, and heading north toward the equator.
Every day now, the shadows across our landscape grow shorter and our days
grow brighter. Unfortunately, the same can not be said about the rough days ahead
for our nation and the world. Without a wise and thoughtful captain at the helm of
our ship of state, the shadows grow deeper and darker, and I fear we are facing
many stormy seas and disasters ahead.
For those who prefer to buy art framed and ready to hang, this painting is now
available custom framed, in a wide-contour, weathered-molding, which compliments
the painting, and is appropriate to the subject. Framed as shown, the cost is
$300.00, plus $30.00, to pack and ship.
As with most all of my work, which is shown in this blog, prints are also available.
A fine-art, giclee print of this painting, on archival, 8 X 10" paper, is $15.00, plus
$8.00. pack and ship.