Golden Stream Through Cobalt Trees' landscape by American Expressionist George Brinnerartsyhome.com: Product
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Product description:A memory's interpretation of a remote upcountry Maui landscape painted in my Kihei studio, 'Cobalt Trees and Golden Path' is acrylic on 300lb. cold-pressed Arches 100% rag gesso- prepared watercolor paper. The painting is mounted on a cradled beechwood panel, a most durable treatment for any work. The paint surface is protected with a Gamvar UV satin glaze. It will be shipped in a free gallery-style wood frame made for my gallery display prepared for hanging, certificate of authenticity enclosed.
 
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Golden Stream Through Cobalt Trees' landscape by American Expressionist George Brinner

$2900.00 USD
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  • Product ID#: 217318.
  • Dimensions: 38.5" width x29.5" height x2" depth
  • Weight: 10
  • Materials: Acrylic, Paper, Wood
  • Subject: Landscape, Other Subjects, Places
  • Style: Contemporary, Expressionism, Impressionism, Surrealism
  • Colors: Blue, Green

Artwork Description: A memory's interpretation of a remote upcountry Maui landscape painted in my Kihei studio, 'Cobalt Trees and Golden Path' is acrylic on 300lb. cold-pressed Arches 100% rag gesso- prepared watercolor paper. The painting is mounted on a cradled beechwood panel, a most durable treatment for any work. The paint surface is ...
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My paintings are in private and public collections across the USA, Europe and Japan. Institutional collectors include the Houston Museum of Art, Tulane University, The Blaffer Foundation Collection, and the Hawaii State Foundation for Culture and the Arts. Selected for numerous juried shows including The Illinois Artist's Exhibition at the Chicago Art Institute, three Indiana Artist's Annual Exhibitions, and more than twenty pieces to the prestigious Annual Art Maui Exhibitions. I am one of only four painters selected for the first two editions of Hawaii's Schaefer Portrait Challenge and one of eleven...