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Once again, I’m listing small, affordable original oil paintings on eBay!
For the next week you can bid on any or all of three works. Two are 5×7″ and the bidding starts at $44.95. One is 4×4″ and starts at $34.95. These are one-of-a-kind originals, ready for framing.
2. River Otter
“Camel Rock Sunset” is a scene well-known to locals. The beach from which the rock formation can be viewed is always one of the most popular. And Camel Rock, seen on the right, is a local landmark. Click to bid here
“Mongol Horse, Arburd Sands” is a study of a horse I saw one morning near the Arburd Sands Ger Camp in Mongolia. He and the rest of the herd were all grazing together in great morning light. Click to bid here
“Wine Country Scene” is a study of lovely fall colors that I saw in the Napa Valley some years ago. I really liked the contrast of the upright landscape trees, the intense warm colors of the grape leaves and the spot of pink lavender. Click to bid here
Wait for Me! is a study of a baby elephant I saw in the Samburu in Kenya when on an art workshop/safari in October of 2004. The herd had crossed the river right in front of us and a couple of the “little” ones were hurrying to catch up with the adults, who were engaging in a morning dust bath. Click to bid here
“Back Country Summer, Humboldt County” is a typical late summer scene in southern Humboldt County, California on the road between Petrolia and Honeydew. Although world-renowned for its coast redwoods, the inland areas have rolling hills and prairies with native oaks and often eucalyptus trees planted by early settlers. I wanted to capture a sense of the stillness of hot summer day and the contrast of the rich greens of the trees with the golden grass. Click to bid here
The guidebook stated in no uncertain terms that if you took your rental car off the road at this famous beach and got stuck, well, it was a long walk back. We left the car in the parking lot and spent part of one afternoon on our last trip to Hawaii enjoying the gorgeous colors of the water, sand and sky. A little spot of summer for you in the middle of winter. Click to bid here
“Takhi Yearling” is a painting of a takhi that I saw at Hustai National Park in Mongolia in Sept. 2006. Takhi are the only surviving species of true wild horse. It’s a thrill and a privilege to see them in their native habitat. I’ve now visited two of the three places in Mongolia where they have been reintroduced after going extinct in the wild in the late 1960s. Click to bid here