Wednesday, September 21, 2005

Abstract landscape Arizona desert



My reference for this original oil painting was a evening in June in Cave Creek Arizona. The sun had just set and the air was soft and warm, the tea ice cold and the company of my oldest daughter was perfect. One of the meanings of abstract is to "extract the essence of". This painting does just that for me. It recalls the feeling of that little jewel of time. When I stay in the present my life is filled with wonder at the perfection of the moment. The size of this painting is 11"x12" it is painted on primed hardboard and is ready to frame. The price is 189.00 with s/h and insurance of 20.00 added. To purchase contact me at phyljan@aol.com

4 Comments:

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Your reference to this painting brougt tears of happiness to my eyes- It made me feel like I was there with you up on that mountain-feeling the soft air all around. Thank you for brightening up my morning!

Sarah Beth

10:09 AM  
Blogger Linda Blondheim said...

This one is especially nice Jan.
Love,
Linda

10:35 AM  
Anonymous karyseman said...

I remember......It is so quiet..Ilove the way you caputured the bliss of the evening desert..the reflecion of the sunset on the desert floor...nice

5:23 AM  

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