Autumn Marsh in Morning Light - Giclee on Canvas or Paper
This was an unusual painting for me. No birds. No hidden animals. Just a study of beautiful morning sunlight falling across a marsh lined by the autumn colors of maples, oaks and elms. I wanted to take a more impressionistic approach on this one, and left it loose and painterly. Those brush strokes really come through on the canvas giclee, as you can almost "feel" the texture of the bold oil paints.
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