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Scree Trees
Media:  gouache on illustration board
Genre:  Landscape
Size: 3x4 in
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Artist's Notes

Artist's Notes:

‚ÄčWe use an app called "All Trails" to find most of the hikes we go on. They are rated as easy, moderate or hard. This one was ranked moderate, but the comments said some people might consider it hard. It was about 2+1/2 hours of lung-busting, heart-breaking UP, so we tended to agree with HARD. And the lake they promised at the end? We got a tiny peek of it from the top, WAY down the other side of the mountain, with no discernible trail to get there. The hubs and I agreed pretty quickly that we didn't want to go down just to come back up again. The silver lining of this particular hike was this scree field & cliffs about halfway up where I got some nice pictures. My favorite part is the way the shadows change colors depending on where they're pointing, and what light is reflecting back into them (cool sky or warm reflected sunlight). I thought about it the whole way back down, on shaky legs.

As you might guess, we are back from camping. : ) A couple of highlights: we saw a bear! Just a small, black bear, and it ran away immediately, but it was pretty exciting - closest I've ever been to a bear in the wild. And I went to an art opening! My first social event in FOREVER (boy was I rusty)! And a very cool show - artist Turner Vinson, who has lived in this area for a year now and has made some awesome Youtube videos of him painting here. Check them out!

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This is an original work of art by Carol Marine. Gouache on 24-ply, cold press, illustration board.

The winner will receive this painting safely packaged and ready to frame. Please allow 1-5 days for shipping. I recommend framing behind glass.

If you plan to buy more than one painting and would like to save on shipping by putting more than one in a box, please email me: me@carolmarine.com.

***Please understand colors may vary slightly between the actual painting and the image on your screen due to my digital camera's results and your monitor.***


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