Passing Through, 18 x 1.5 x 18", Framed
I don't know about you, but I love watching storms pass especially at the beach in the summer. Some of the most special memories I have from my childhood are sitting in the garage with the door open with my grandpa listening to the thunder and the rain, and watching storms pass through. I remember the excitement I felt with each clap of thunder, but the peace I felt knowing that I was ultimately safe. This painting brings me back to those moments. Painted with subtle, muted tones and detailed with rich oil pastels, this painting is full of depth and emotion. Earthy, natural and serene, it's sure to bring feelings of peace wherever it ends up.
Medium & Materials:
Acrylic paint, oil pastels and watercolor pencils on raw cotton canvas, primed with clear gesso.
Details: Artwork is 18x18" set in a handmade, natural pine floating frame. With the frame, the piece is approximately 20x20" and 1.5" deep. The painting is sprayed with multiple coats of UV protectant, matte varnish. The painting is signed on the front in the bottom right hand corner. It is also signed and dated on the back. This painting will come ready to hang!
Shipping & Packaging information (PLEASE READ): Shipping price listed (both domestic and international) is the average cost to ship. You may be credited or charged after the purchase based on where you live. If you would like a shipping quote before making a purchase please send me an email with your mailing address here! Artwork will ship within 8-10 business days after purchase. The painting will come safely packaged and in a cardboard box.
You will be charged the following shipping amounts at checkout:
- US: $15
- International: $25
A few details about framing:
Frames are constructed in house, by hand! We take great care in selecting each piece of wood and inspecting the quality of each frame so that the finished product is something we are proud of. Due to the natural shape and texture of the materials used, each custom created frame is unique. Please be aware of this and allow for slight variations in the way the canvas sits inside the frame.