Acrylic on masonite 8 by 10 $75.00, I named this painting for my father in law, Murray.
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Don’t laugh but I have painted this painting three times. I’m not sure why I find it intriguing but I do. Now don’t get me wrong I have changed a few things each time and they are all a bit different yet very much a like. Perhaps its like having the same dream, you don’t know why that happens either.. but it does. I love these colors and the idea of the path and the trees…
I squeezed this painting in between dinner and errands. I had only one hour so I had to really paint fast. I like sunsets and trees but sometimes I feel that everyone paints them and I should concentrate on other things….but if you think about it.. you can say that about anything.
$30.00 SOLDThis lovely watercolor piece is 5.75 by 5.75 and is painted on gessoed masonite. It can be framed without glass or as a traditional watercolor under glass whichever you prefer.
The size of this painting is 11 by 15 inches, a watercolor on 100% cotton rag paper.
Of course if you would like a more professional look you could always frame it in a 16 by 20 inch standard size frame with a mat. I sell this size painting framed for $300.00 So you see a little do- it- your- self can save you lots of money.
I’ve never lived in snow country and lots of folks tell me they like the way the cool snow paintings done in blues and greens look, I however have always tried to make my snow paintings a little warmer. Usually I put yellow or orange in the sky and it just seems to make the white of the paper (snow) glow a bit more by contrast.