Sacramento river #2
Sacramento river is a part of the Sacramento river watershed, which covers an area measuring 9,556 square kilometers in Northern California. It is 530km in length and runs from the Sierra Nevada range to its mouth at San Francisco Bay. As a life source for millions of people it’s been dubbed “the American Nile”. In the past it was one of the most mighty rivers in California and now it’s known as a prime fishing ground.
The picture shows a river meadow with reeds and water plants dotted around, their reflections shimmering across the surface.
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Northen CA. Coast
The painting depicts a Northern California Coast scene with a sailboat in the foreground and a pier in the background. The time of day is close to sunset according to the artist, who wanted to capture a moment when both warm and cool colors are present together at that time of day. The work was completed on location while traveling…
Palm beach diptych
A collection of artworks by Xu Bing Ikebana, besides the beauty of form and colour, is an art form that also conveys profound meaning through its forms and colours. The spirit of Ikebana comes from Buddhist churches in Japan, where it was created along with Zen Buddhism. It has evolved into a unique Japanese style that has been passed down…
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Stairway to light
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