SUNRISE IN MYKONOS -Prints of Oil Painting
by Mary Grden
40.000 x 28.000 x 2.000 inches
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SUNRISE IN MYKONOS -Prints of Oil Painting
Painting - Oil On Canvas
The Original Oil Painting, “Sunrise in Mykonos", is available and can be viewed with extra images, enlarging portions of the Originals at BaywoodGallery.com (copy/paste or type) If you are looking for Prints of this painting, type, copy/paste BaywoodArtGallery.com into a browser and read why below.
This painting was painted with brush and knife with heavy texture on the walls and the patio is painted as if the stones have been embedded in the cement. I have changed, as I always do, many other things that I love to paint. The quiet patio, I believe is early in the morning. You can see long shadows cast by the tall rooftops, but soon the patio will be brighter, and the flowers will open up to bask in the sunlight. Many of the Geraniums, native to the Islands have been added providing color in the upper windows. I added one more for a small vase on the round table for those who would play checkers. I envision that this is where I would live. I would leave the windows and doors open to greet each new day.
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I am a self-taught Artist who began painting forty years ago in a form of Realism. “Oil painting is to me, much like writing is to an author, once the painting is complete many more than one can enjoy. Teaching yourself everything can be a long road, and what a journey to learn with God’s blessing every step of the way. The measure of success is the love or the passion you have for what you do and without it, an Artist can lose their way.” “I mix all my colors, rarely taking them straight from the tube, and create shadows for all elements like the sides of a buildings to oppose the front telling us if the sun is to rise or set. Perspective is enhanced with many color values as well, allowing us to see the realistic view of an open window, door, winding paths, steps, water and so much more. Composition can be difficult to perceive, and I am grateful that it came to me naturally.” I am self-taught in archival printing, website design and maintenance.
Our last name would be “garden” but our “garden” does not have an apple or “a.” “Grden” is said. ‘Grrrden .’ All our work is Copyright Protected, Mary Grden and John Grden, respectively, Artist under United States and International Law. Reproduction of our work in anyway without first, obtaining written permission from Mary Grden or John Grden, respectively, is prohibited. “Our websites; our names and our Art are all as one, and one in the same, respectively.
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March 25th, 2021
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