Created with Cape Hatteras in mind. This was a fun and happy artwork to create. I love to use bright and vivid acrylic colors together especially when making a summer themed painting.
This is a 4 Panel Painting in a Cool and Fun Style. Blue Green Waves, a Whimsical Lighthouse and a Sandy Beach Celebrate the Colors of Summer!
12 × 36″ each panel – 36 x 48″ Total Measurement – XL WORK OF ART.
Acrylics on Canvas. BIDS start at $1.00 – Go to Auction
This will be my last Stone Rock’d fish for a long while! Aren’t you glad? It’s been awfully fishy around this blog and I’ve got a hankering to get my hands wet again in some acrylic paint. This project has been fun and time consuming, but I’ve got some killer fish for my clients and for the rest of the World to enjoy too. 🙂
Happy Sunday everyone!
Great Spirit Abstract Pattern Artwork
I see many spirited forms here and each one has an energy to express. In individual form these beings are vivid and full of spirit. Taken together they are an amazing portrait of soul and vibrance. I love the electric blues and intense orange and red. So many colors and so little time 🙂 I will do my best to make them as interesting as I can and I hope you enjoy my efforts. Namaste
Early morning springtime scenic landscape view of a country red barn and tractor with the majestic snow capped Rocky Mountains front range towering in the background. Colorado is home to towering mountains and flat plains. Soils in the eastern plains regions and the valley of the western mountains are the most fertile in the nation.
Colorado ranks first nationally in production of proso millet. This annual grass is grown as a grain crop and is used for bird and livestock feed.
By far, cattle and calves are the most important commodities to the state of Colorado. With over 60% of the state’s total agricultural receipts provided by cattle and calves. Dairy products are also an important Colorado product, with the production of hogs, sheep and lambs, and eggs contributing.
The most important commodities within the crop group are corn for grain and greenhouse and nursery products. Wheat and hay are…
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