Acrylic Painting on Canvas Gihon River, Johnson Vermont
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Acrylic Painting on Canvas Gihon River, Johnson Vermont

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  • Gicleé Printed Fine Art Reproductions on Canvas in a variety of sizes, mounted on 1½" wood stretcher frame with sawtooth hangers and corner bumpers
  • Original canvas on wood stretcher frame (SOLD)

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    Artist's Notes


    Each painting has a unique story and love from the heArt!! The process starts with my love of nature and the details that encapsulate me on a daily basis. The heArtful canvases are created by (me) Veronica de Saint Phalle. Each canvas is created with acrylic paint, a variety of brushes and other techniques that I try - some work others don’t… always challenging…

    In the spring of 2020 I had taken plenty of pictures of flowers where we walk - the "Scrib walk" is what we call it - the dogs know go to Scrib… its one of our favorite walks. Quiet and mostly just us walking. Serenity!!

    I kept taking pictures throughout the seasons - the four seasons is my reason… capturing the wild flowers that grow and pass on… I had decided to do a painting in my mind so I was preparing myself for another 74 inch horizontal painting…

    This painting began as a lesson in clouds! Ok an exaggeration of clouds!! I was spending hours and hours on creating clouds - clouds that resemble some image… like a rose, a dog, faces - perhaps you’ll see something in there as well…

    Then I sketched out the river and created a scene that included more trees and grass and kept with the serenity theme… with the various tools at my disposal and now recently discovered the sponge - that was making my job a bit easier.. especially all the little flowers in the background… I was loving the process. Lots of dabbing and creating flowers that were now coming to life for all the seasons…

    As I was painting the flowers I realized there was a pattern - like the clouds - the flowers became an exaggeration - so fun and calming!! I really used my hands on this one… softening pedals, blurring out parts…is this what a painter feels like? I was getting excited about this artistic piece of work.

    - Veronica

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