Friday, June 21, 2024

Summer Solstice I and II

Summer Solstice I and II were created to celebrate the longest day of the year, and the day when the sun appears to stand still, then change direction, moving south after having moved northward for 3 months. This day is the beginning of summer, though the days will already be getting shorter! Summer is a time of play in the Northern Hemisphere, when families visit the beach, play outdoors, eat and drink cold treats, and spend time goofing off. The colors of these pieces reflect that outlook and time of year. 

The paintings are done on white mixed media paper, 9x7", and the image area is 7x5". Due to the conditions of the photo, Summer Solstice I seems to have beige paper. It is actually nice and white. These are available through my website for $50 per painting, or $85 (USD) if you purchase both at the same time. Visit my website 

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