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Impressionist Landscape,Trees, Fine Art Oil Painting “Nature's Eloquence” by Colorado Contemporary Fine Artist Jody Ahrens

4 days ago   |   By Daily Painters Of Colorado

FRESH OFF THE EASEL
This unique and colorful piece is headed to the 2021 Colorado Governor's Show. A textured substrate provides subtle nuances that appear totally by accident and could never be created on purpose. The trick is to be sensitive to them as they develop and let them have their way. It's called being present in the now.
30"x30" Oil on Panel
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Contemporary Impressionistic Floral Impressionistic Palette Knife Original Oil Painting by Sheri Jones

Contemporary Impressionistic Floral Impressionistic Palette Knife Original Oil Painting by Sheri Jones

4 days ago   |   By Daily Painters of Texas

From the Garden14x11 oil on gallery wrapped canvas
Taking the time to plant a garden and reap the benefits are one of my pleasures in life. This is from a photo I took last year when my sunflowers and larkspurs were blooming. I loved the birds eye view of the blue vase against the round stool it was setting on.To purchase or see more Sheri sherijonesart.com Thank you for viewing my art. Sheri Jones
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