Posts Tagged ‘sunset’

Almost Across the Line: Painting #55

Artists for A Pristine PlanetSOLD. Almost Across the Line: Painting #55! Every evening I hear/see the outrigger canoes racing up and back down the canal behind my house.

From little kids to men in their 70s, it’s always exciting to hear the clank of paddle against hull, the “HUT” cry of the steering guy, and the shuffle of hands and paddles as they shift from paddling on one side to the other. Here, they’re almost home, almost across the finish line as the sun sinks….

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Sunset Through the Leaves

Artists for A Pristine PlanetSunset Through the Leaves

When the setting sun hits my garden wall just right, the leaves all light up from behind just like organic jewels.

This view is right outside of my office, so I get to see it every single afternoon as I sit here and work!

Lucky me!

The original is SOLD! Thank you!

When you get these original paintings, you help me support the cleanup of the nasty plastic drinking water bottle trash we’ve created on the planet.

Because out of each piece I sell, I donate to an organization that helps research the problem and how to best approach it and where, or do the actual cleanup needed.

Thanks!

You can get a mousey-pad of it here:
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And since you missed getting the original, I invite you to get a print (on paper or canvas) starting at $104: PrintsbyLyon.com.

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Flying by the Seat of My Pants: Painting #62

Artists for A Pristine PlanetFlying by the Seat of My Pants: Painting #62! Are you one of those people who counts on inspiration and intuition to get you to the core of what you’re doing?

Even in big projects, do you even sometimes ditch those careful plans and fly by the seat of your pants? And what keeps you sane and on track is knowing the value you’re providing for others through what you’re doing? The more you use your intuition the more it makes itself available to you?

Artists for A Pristine PlanetYes! Me, too. Every day.

ORIGINAL: Get the 12″ x 9″ original acrylic on canvas painting of Flying by the Seat of My Pants: email me at Lyon at AngelaTreatLyon.com and let me know you want it! $100 & S&H.

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CLOSEUP: You can see a really good, high-resolution image of this painting here, to see how the brush strokes, colors and shapes really look closeup:
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Painting #6: Puerto Vallarta Umbrella

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Puerto Vallarta Umbrell: Painting #6

This is kind of an odd bird – I almost threw out the photo I used for reference for this piece as I went through my photogrpahs after I got home from Mexico because it was so fuzzy.

But after looking at it more, I decided it was kind of neat and thought I’d paint it, instead.

I love how the pinkish ‘auras’ around the people get kind of shmooshed into the layers of the sunset – that was how they really looked.

It had been a very hot, dusty day, and there was no breeze. Everyone and his left brother was on the beach, trying to cool down, waiting for the evening breeze, enjoying each others’ company as the sun slipped into the rosy sea.

Get the 9″ x 12″ original:
Just email Lyon at AngelaTreatLyon.com and request it! $100 plus S&H.

Get a print here: http://bit.ly/puerto-vallarta starting at $104.

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Mokuluas Sundown: Paintings #63 & 64!

Artists for A Pristine PlanetMokuluas Sundown: Painting #63 & 64

[This was a bitch to scan and is near but not quite true to the original colors. As it is a diptych, it is 12″h x 18″ w.]

Sometimes I walk on the beach at sunset, and go past where all the outriggers are kept – it’s a magnificent sight, all those modernized but old-timey canoes lined up. Must be a good three dozen of them.

Then as you go past them onto the beach and look south, on the right is the tip of the beginning of Lanikai Beach, with the Mukulua islands guarding it out about a 45-minute kayak paddle away.

You can see the island of Maui from there when it’s clear – a full 200 miles away!

This is a diptych, meaning two canvasses make up one painting. They will be sold together! This is a heavily textured painting.

ORIGINAL: Get the 12″ x 9″ original acrylic painting: email Lyon at AngelaTreatLyon.com and let me know you want it.

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My Friend, Painting #41

Artists for A Pristine PlanetMy Friend, Painting #41.

Ever have a friend who got himself into trouble you just can’t help him out of?

Sometimes it’s just too late. But wait…maybe not…if I can just put in a good word, maybe he isn’t chewed so thoroughly badly and Bear will let him go….

I like how the sunset lights him up with peachy tones…and how the ripples in the snow light up, too, just like ripples on sand.

ORIGINAL:
Get the 12″ x 9″ original acrylic painting: email Lyon at AngelaTreatLyon.com and let me know you want it.

Missed getting the original?
Get posters, greeting cards or prints here: http://bit.ly/My-Friend-Prints

Don’t have room for a painting or print? The holidays are coming – I invite you to get a beautiful Mousey Pad of My Friend here:
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And here’s a Journal of My Friend you might like:
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What if We Couldn’t Water Our Gardens?

Artists for A Pristine PlanetWhat if we didn’t have the water to souse our gardens with?

Here’s a shot of where I sit when I do my teleclasses.

What if I couldn’t water those plants? I’d be left with an ugly bare, bald patch of dirt.

Did you know that some bottled drinking water companies reprtedly use up so much water in the manufacturing of their products they the local ground water is disappearing, and the residents are going without? Bummer.

But you can help – quit buying bottled water! The National Resources Defense Council says that more than half of all Americans drink bottled water – about a third of the public consumes it regularly. Sales have tripled in the past 10 years to billions a year. . (Read more here)

Americans purchased nearly 31 billion bottles of water in 2006 and spend $11 billion on bottled water every year. That was 2006! Imagine what is is now!

Nearly 2.5 billion bottles of water a year are sold in New York alone—stacked up end to end, they’d reach the moon.

In New York, the oil used to make our bottles is equal to 66 million gallons of gasoline; enough to power 120,000 automobiles for a year.

Get more details – I urge you to get and download this easy-to-read revealing pdf here: dec.ny.gov/docs/materials_minerals_pdf/waterbottles.pdf

If your tap water is yugh, then get Prill Beads on Ebay. You can get one little bag (that will last you for years) for a whole 8 bucks. Or get a good filtering system.

I’ve been using Prill Beads for over ten years, and I figure I save more than 100 bucks a month – probably around 1300 annually. That’s a goodly amount! Imagine what my bill would be if I still had my 2 big thirsty sons living with me – ouch!

If you can’t afford to get a filtering system, Prill Beads is your answer. Here’s where I get mine: http://bit.ly/prill-beads (No, I’m not affiliated with them.) Although they say they’re good for a lifetime, I change mine once a year – just because.

(Prill hints: Use a GLASS bottle, not plastic, to refresh the ‘mother’ batch in every day. You can use reusable bottles for carrying around with you. I have three, and switch out so I can keep them clean.)

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