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Product description: My Owl pictures are painted on wood plaques. The plaques are cut from a basswood tree. The wood is prepared for painting by sanding ,sealing and priming. Artists quality acrylic paint is used for the painting. I add driftwood to compliment the picture. The driftwood is found in some northern Canadian lakes called stained lakes. The tea color of the water is from tannin in the pine trees. Tannin is a preservative which prevents the wood from deteriorating. The final painting is sealed with a varnish and can be cleaned with a damp water cloth.
 
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$190.00 USD

Great horn owl

Paintings by Naturewoodart

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  • Product ID#: 208259
  • Dimensions: 11" width x15" height x.625" depth
  • Weight: 3
  • Materials: Other Materials, Other Materials, Other Materials, Other Materials, Other Materials, Acrylic, Other Materials, Other Materials, Other Materials
  • Colors: Black, Blue, Brown, Clay, Gray, Green, Orange, Purple, White, Yellow

Artwork Description: My Owl pictures are painted on wood plaques. The plaques are cut from a basswood tree. The wood is prepared for painting by sanding ,sealing and priming. Artists quality acrylic paint is used for the painting. I add driftwood to compliment the picture. The driftwood is found in some northern Canadian lakes called stained lakes. The tea color of the water is from tannin in the pine trees. Tannin is a preservative which prevents the wood from deteriorating. The final painting is sealed with a varnish and can be cleaned with a damp water cloth.

I was born and raised in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania and still live there. Many "top ten" lists say Pittsburgh is one of the most livable cities. I graduated from the University of Pittsburgh, also known as "Pitt." I painted as a hobby in high school. It competed with cars , girls, pool, and poker. I still managed to paint and learn a little every week. Much later in life I started to exhibit in galleries and art/craft shows. read more