Tomlinson Park | Arvada | Colorado

Tomlinson Park | Arvada | Colorado


16"W x 20"H x 1.5"D

Certificate of Authenticity Included

It was a gorgeous Fall day in Arvada, Colorado. A light breeze with a touch of warmth made it perfect. A friend and I were painting plein air, and I'd been looking forward to working with a new, multi-media, abstract, perspective on landscapes. I was standing on the east edge of Tomlinson, just in front of a sidewalk rendered in in blue, paralleling a spit of land, in brown and orange, that contained the park lake. So prominent were the lake and the mountains beyond that they're joined together a huge blue shape. Two particular trees that dwarfed the lake became the red evergreen and the blue torch reaching the the sky wth scattered explosions of foliage. From the spit of land on the left is the vedgetation at lake's edge that the torch is wafting from the earth. There are no requirements in abstract landscapes other than the poetry it makes you feel.

This work is stretched and prewired and ready to enrich your space.  It is mounted on 1-1/2" deep museum stretcher bars which are painted as 3D extensions of the main image.

Materials Used:  Paint, Acrylic, and Charcoal

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