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Nora Bergman

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The Normal Tree
Media:  oil on gessoboard
Genre:  Landscape
Size: 6x6 in
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Artist's Notes

Artist's Notes:

I must credit my three-year-old for the title, - he was very disappointed that I was painting just a 'normal tree', as opposed to a much more festive Christmas tree. :)
This normal tree is seasonally appropriate to me; we had many 'brown Christmases' when I was a kid. I didn't like them then, but I can appreciate their subtle beauty now. Several years in the perma-green environment of the Pacific Northwest (which I completely love), has made me all the more aware of the lovely sepia tones of midwest winters, especially on those overcast, frigid, snowless days. (This photo is from a Minnesota November.)
And also, making that collage of my 200 paintings had me overwhelmed with color. Too much color! Lol. Don't worry, I'll get over it - you know I can't stay in one spot too long. ;)

Auction Notes

Auction Notes:

Winner of this auction will receive original painting by me, Nora Bergman, on Ampersand gessoboard panel. Paintings are varnished, carefully packaged and shipped within three days of end of auction.

* I do my best to insure an accurate image of my artwork, however, colors may vary from camera to monitor to monitor, etc.

Don't hesitate to contact me if you have any questions or concerns. Thanks for viewing my art!

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