Posts Tagged ‘texture’

Sunup Over Kailua: Painting #68!

Sunup Over Kailua: Painting #68! When I sailed from Kauai to California a long time ago, one of the things that blew me away the most was how dawn looked over a glassy-surfaced ocean.

The horizon practically disappeared, the water reflected the sky making the world into soft cotton candy with streaks of light blue and lavender – a delicious dream!

Sunup over Kailua looks like that, too, sometimes – and you can see the end of the point going out past Kaneohe there on the left. This is a very heavily textured painting.

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I just got a box in the mail today with some of the journals, mousey pads and pillows, and boy am I pleased. They look beaituful! It’s going to be hard to sell them – I want them all. At least I know I can order more!

Haleakala Dawn: Painting #67

Artists for A Pristine PlanetSOLD. Haleakala Dawn: Painting #67! A way long time ago, I spent a month at a fellow artist’s beautiful place on Maui near Wailuku. Every day I’d hike to the top of the hill looking towards Haleakala, the dormant volcano.

On this morning, there was a heavy mist over the mountain and you couldn’t see the peak, but the colors were opal-spectacular.

This painting doesn’t even begin to capture it, but will have to do….and the actual painting is less harsh than this looks – I just couldn’t get it where I wanted it. Those light colors are a bear to catch –

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You’re Always With Me: Painting #66!

Artists for A Pristine PlanetYou’re Always With Me: Painting #66!

I’ve sailed all over the upper eastern coast and across from Hawaii to California, and looking back, I can’t think of one time when I didn’t feel the Presence of That Something.

That huge Something people call god and all the other names…I could feel it – it just was always there.

Still is.

On the trip across the Pacific, when I’d be sitting on the bow of the boat at 5pm, with dusk beginning to sneak its way in, the dolphins would come out of nowhere to dance and leap and sing all around us for about 10 minutes – and then poof! They’d be gone.

How did they Know when 5pm was? How did they Know where we were? That was over 25 years ago, but so clear in my memory….

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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And if you miss getting the original of You’re Always With Me, get a fantastic, high-quality print of it here:
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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.

PRINTS & GICLEES: And if you miss getting the original of Mokulua Sundown, get a fantastic, high-quality print of it here:
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