Sea Path, 8x10in. Oil on linen/panel. (small oil painting)

Sea Path, 8x10in. Oil on linen/panel. (small oil painting)

450.00

The following reflection is attached to the back of the painting on laminated card stock.

Sea Path

The weather is changeable by the sea. When I arrived this morning, a clear blue sky stretched into the distance. However, as I worked in a meditative state a cloud cover slowly crowded out the clear blue above. Billowy clouds settled into place, revealing only small pockets of blue.

In the distance, slats of bright sunlight stroke the sandy shores; while deeper blues dominant the land. Curves of land and sea push forward trailing the eye to shore like a meandering pathway. It would be nice if life acted the same; flowing in an easy motion allowing one to live it with grace and ease.

Debbie Lamey-MacDonald

Details:

Original 8x10in. Oil on linen/panel, Painted En Plein Air in Powell’s Point Park, Nova Scotia

Original Written Reflection attached to back on laminated cardstock.

Painted with professional grade paints and archival material

Sold Unframed, Signed front and back

“Bringing the beauty of nature into your space with original art! Lovingly packaged for you!”

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Anecdotes:

This was painted in one of my favorite provincial parks which is close to my home. It is such a pristine and peaceful park! I have painted here frequently over the last number of years and have witnessed many changes in the landscape. Some years when I return after winter, there will be areas that have washed out or changed in structure due to a harsh winter. It reminds me of life, where changes are inevitable no matter how hard we wish to hold on to certain states of being.