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Looking Towards Home

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Looking Up Towards Home, Original Watercolor by Jenny Armitage

Looking Up Towards Home II (watercolor 13 x 19) $400

Walking home from a morning walk in the woods we looked up the hill towards our house into magical morning light.  I’ve done my best to capture that light in this pair of paintings.

Looking Up Towards Home, Original Painting of Light Through Trees by Jenny Armitage

Looking Up Towards Home I (watercolor 13 x 19) $400

I’ve priced the paintings at $400 each or $700 for the pair.

 

 

Painting Choice

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Seville: City of Color

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To The Cathedral, Watercolor Painting of Seville, Spain by Jenny Armitage

To the Cathedral (watercolor 15 x 19) $500

Santa Cruz in the Barrio on a street leading to the Seville Cathedral.

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Waking Forest

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Waking Forest, Original Painting of a Nymph by Jenny Armitage

Waking Forest (watercolor 13 x 18) $600

A Columbia Gorge nymph emerges out of the landscape


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A Doggie Moment in Caceres

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A Doggie Moment, Original Watercolor of Caceres, Spain by Jenny Armitage

A Doggie Moment (watercolor 12 x 19) Sold

One more painting from my Spring trip to Spain. This is Caceres, Extremadura inside the medieval city walls.

This painting has sold, but you can still purchase a fine art print.

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Montana Skyline

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Montana Skyline, a watercolor by Jenny Armitage

Montana Skyline (11 x 15 watercolor) $150

Touring Wyoming, Montana, South Dakota, and sliver of Nebraska this summer, I was forcefully reminded of what is so beautiful about the mountain west.  It’s the vast ever changing vistas with little or nothing to clothe them or block the view.  There’s a reason they call it big sky country.

I took the reference photos for this painting from the car window on I90 somewhere east of Butte but west of Bozeman.   But it hardly matters, there isn’t an ugly spot on all of I90 throughout Montana.

It was the light on the peaks that caught me eye.  If anyone can identify name of  the mountain for me, I’d like to know it.


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