This is Bemis Creek, a charming little river in Tamworth, New Hampshire. I painted this while on a six week adventure with a dear friend, and fellow artist, Jodie Maurer. We roamed around Maine and New Hampshire in the dismal March weather which hovered somewhere between 34 - 42 degrees F. The colors in reality were brown, gray, and dark gray, and it rained A LOT on that trip, so this presented a fun challenge to try to find and heighten the colors that were secretly there. As you can see in this painting, I imagined it was fall, with bits of sunshine peaking through and highlighting the fallen leaves and sparkling off the water. This is called artistic license. :-)
This image is offered as:
A matted print at 8x10" (XS) - ready for you to frame, or as a gallery wrapped canvas at 16x20" (S), 24x30" (M), or 32x40" (L) - ready to hang on the wall.
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