Abstract of a Palm Tree by Barbara Haviland Texas Contemporary Artist

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ABSTRACT OF A PALM TREE


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© Barbara Haviland
© Barbara Haviland

Title   Abstract of a Palm Tree

medium oils on canvas

Size  20″ x 16″

Signed by Artist Barbara Haviland

I started this painting to have a background on the white canvas. The more paint I put on the more the palm tree evolved. I used a palette knife with textures and only use Yellow Ochre,Cad Yellow Light, tiny bits of purple and White for this painting. The paint is very thick and would make a wonderful gift or to be added to your collection

 

http://barbarahaviland.fineartstudioonline.com/workszoom/1579696

Published by barbarahaviland2014

New Web Site https://BarbaraHavilandArt.com WE have just recently moved the Woodville,Texas. So far, we are both loving the country. I create art for me. I love love doing this. I am a wife,mother,daughter,retired banker and an artist. I started painting in 1976 and was hooked. I have never been bored creating a painting. The subjects are endless. I have been frustrated, but never bored, I will try all subjects, landscape, floral, seascape, still life, and portraits. I belong to several art groups Outdoor Painters Society Oil Painters of America Artists of Texas EBSQart Tyler County Art League Livingston Art League When not painting, I love to be with my family. My husband is my best friend and we have been married for 56 years. We travel this great country.

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