“Shadowed Hill” mini painting

May 8, 2008 at 11:20 am

\ “Shadowed Hill”, 2008, acrylic on paper, 5×5″ matted to 14×11″

The sun was lowering in the sky. Fog had begun rolling in from the ocean, filling the valleys of Topanga State Park and introducing a slight haze to the air. Distant hills and ridges took on a misty, blue appearance, like something out of a fairy tale. This painting captures the almost abstract quality of the moment.

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

Email inquiries welcome: info@barbarajcarter.com


Entry filed under: Acrylic, Color, Landscape, Mini paintings, Painting, Topanga.

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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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