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12x16 oil on canvas. This is a view from the north, of Portland Head Light, Cape Elizabeth, ME. Painted in 2015. Original is not for sale, was given... more
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12x16 oil on canvas. This is a view from the north, of Portland Head Light, Cape Elizabeth, ME. Painted in 2015. Original is not for sale, was given as a gift to a family member.
I've always loved art. I give my Mother credit for that, taking me to the Washington Museum of Art when I was young as often as she could. My Mother could paint and draw very well, but never had enough time to devote to it. She taught me a few basics of drawing, and I always had a natural eye for composition, but never fully pursued it, because I had to make a living instead. I started painting in the Winter of 2012, 2 years before my Mother passed away. I took a small class at a local craft store. I had never picked up a brush before that, and a light inside me lit up like fireworks! That class taught me the basics of how to start the painting, and I was amazed when I actually came away with a finished piece of art! The teacher said...
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