“Broad Tree” mini painting

April 10, 2008 at 5:39 pm

\ “Broad Tree”, 2008, acrylic on paper, 5×5″ matted to 14×11″

The next in my new series of mini-paintings.

Because I work on several paintings at the same time, it’s not unusual for me to complete several around the same time. This is happening with these mini paintings. I finished painting a few of them late last night. I’m not quite done gluing up the mat assemblies for all of them, but at least I got this one finished and ready for its day in the sun.

I really enjoyed the unusual combination of colors in the lower part of this painting. Pink and orange and turquoise and indigo, oh my!

This painting is sold, but many others may be seen on my web site.

Email inquiries welcome: info@barbarajcarter.com

Entry filed under: Acrylic, Landscape, Painting, Tree Paintings.

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Barbara J Carter

I'm an artist. I make paintings with dots.

I work in acrylic paint, in a couple of distinct styles: landscapes and abstracts.

Native to California, I've lived elsewhere and only recently returned to my home state. I now live in Los Angeles.

I mostly show my art in outdoor festivals in California. I also occasionally show my work in art galleries or open studio events. You can see an up-to-date list of upcoming shows on my website (click here).

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