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High and dry art

As I mentioned in Sunday's post, I'll be selling my original watercolors at half price this week in hopes of finding every painting a good home (and of clearing up that space behind my desk).  Today's theme is High and Dry since oaks live on ridgetops in our region, and since the Virgin's Bower pictured has clearly climbed to higher ground.  If you buy one or more of the paintings below, they'll go in the mail early next week and will probably take roughly another week to arrive.

Virgin's bower
Virgin's Bower

29.75" x 22.5"

double-matted

Sold
$220 + $50 S&H

This cluster of Virgin's Bower seeds is about to break apart.  The seeds will waft away from the parent plant and drift to a new home in the mountains.

Oak community II
Oak Community II

29.25" x 18.75"

Sold
$100 + $50 S&H

This second-generation study of a cluster of fallen white-oak leaves brings the dead to life.
Oak community I
Oak Community I

13.5" x 7.75"

Sold
$25 + $25 S&H

This is a smaller rough draft for the painting above.



Thanks for looking!



This post is part of our Nature Art lunchtime series.  Read all of the entries:


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