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UPDATE: They have names!! "the Endless Visitor" is to the right. "The Endless Visitor" is SOLD AND ... "three moon circle" is just below...
I just painted these today...they aren't even named yet....but I just felt like putting them up anyway, besides, the information on their dimensions is totally different.
The first one (top right) is acrylic on back-stapled duck canvas-3/4"depth with 24"x 20"with the sides painted so it can be hung without framing...and the second one is acrylic on paper, 11"x15". Both are finished with a UV protective gloss varnish...and if you are interested in purchasing either of them you can me reach me through this blog, OR... simply click on my on-line gallery with my entire collection, with all mediums, sizes, prices, and even a "make offer" option. So get something for yourself, or a gift for someone else...Original art is a very special gift... http://www.yessy.com/richards ...I am running this sale the whole month of December!!
we managed to build an elevated "treehouse"-which became for the local girls in our mostly boy dominated neighborhood, a sanctuary of magical proportions. We could see all three streets and where they came together-from our secret meeting place, and it served us well, until, like all good things, they (the local boy bullies) discovered it and it came to an end...but for that wonderful and scary innocent time in our lives, it was our mansion, a FORT, our refuge.
Acrylic on paper, 11" x15" with a UV gloss varnish.