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Hallowed Halls acrylic painting by Joy Parks Coats Hallowed Halls acrylic painting by Joy Parks Coats
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Product description: This painting, entitled, “Hallowed Halls,” is a continuation of a series of paintings I began as an art student at East Carolina University. I began a monochromatic series at that time that was not always popular with my art professors who wanted me to use more color. I now paint in bold, vivid colors and rarely paint abstracts, so this painting was a walk down memory lane. It brings back to my mind the “hallowed halls” of learning. - It is a 40 x 30 x .8 stretched canvas done with acrylic paint. It is a monochromatic painting done in various subtle shades of brown; the colors are very rich. This is a fairly large painting so it would look good in a place of prominence. (It is also a tribute to Jackson Pollock's "drip" paintings.)
 
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Hallowed Halls acrylic painting by Joy Parks Coats

Paintings by Joy Parks Coats

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  • Product ID#: 212624
  • Dimensions: 40" width x30" height x.8" depth
  • Weight: 2.5 pounds
  • Materials: Acrylic, Canvas
  • Style: Abstract, Expressionism
  • Colors: Brown, White

Artwork Description: This painting, entitled, “Hallowed Halls,” is a continuation of a series of paintings I began as an art student at East Carolina University. I began a monochromatic series at that time that was not always popular with my art professors who wanted me to use more color. I now paint in ...
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Joy Parks Coats was born and raised in North Carolina and currently lives on the coast. She began creating art as a small child and won her first blue ribbon in the 4th grade for a county-wide art exhibition. She takes a camera with her everywhere she goes and likes to paint from her own photographs (and occasionally paints en plein aire). She has often stopped on the side of the road to photograph an unusual cloud formation or beautiful sunset. Joy attended East Carolina University School of Art where she majored...read more