Posts Tagged "Earth painting"

3764 – Imagine

3764 – Imagine Acrylic on Canvas 20 x 16 inches, Unframed SOLD     This painting was inspired by the poem The Season of Phantasmal Peace by Derek Walcott. I imagined the birds of the earth desperately trying to save the world from extinction. I simplified the concept with one bird and the focus of world peace and cooperation in protecting our resources. The title came to me one day when listening to John Lennon’s, Imagine.   Share and Enjoy...

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3759 – Earth’s Breath

3759 – Earth’s Breath Acrylic on Canvas 10 x 8 inches, Unframed SOLD A small painting commissioned by a client who fell in love with, Breath of Life, when she it in my book, This Little Rock We Call Earth. Share and Enjoy...

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3454 – From Above

3754 – From Above Acrylic Skins on Canvas 24 x 24 inches, Unframed     COLLABORATION – Wendie Donabie, Janice Feist, Pat Whittle, Lynda Lynn This painting created with Acrylic skins was completed by four artists, each adding approximately one quarter of the artwork. I began with 4 hot air balloons on the canvas. The next artist promptly removed them, cut them into pieces and reapplied the bits to the canvas. After the canvas made the rounds of the four artists it came back to me for the final touches. Although my initial idea had been hot air balloons high above the earth, the final product reflected a view of earth from above and with the added...

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2014-14 Firmly Rooted – Breath of Life

2014-14  Firmly Rooted – Breath of Life SOLD 48 x 36 inches, Unframed Acrylic on Canvas Without trees, there would be no life on our planet. Here I painted the earth nestled in the boughs of a strong, healthy tree as a reminder we need to care for them if we are to survive. Share and Enjoy...

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2014-6 Firmly Rooted: Mother Earth – Africa – Our Shared Roots

  2014-6 Firmly Rooted: Mother Earth – Africa – Our Shared Roots SOLD 24 x 24 inches, unframed Acrylic on Canvas Mother Earth – the view of Africa is the image used to symbolize Earth Day. I painted it to illustrate our shared human roots and our responsibility to care for all life on the planet.   Share and Enjoy...

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