Down by the Sea in Mykonos,a house on the sea with its shutters, awnings, stone walks and Bougainvillea, blue shadow walls,white clouds

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Handmade

Materials

hand stretched canvas, Oil Paints, handmade hardwood beveled frame behind canvas

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Height: 24 Inches; Width: 24 Inches; Depth: 2 Inches

While in Mykonos I walked many little walkways, some down by the sea, others along the narrow streets that would be called paths in some parts of the world. Each has its unique patterns in the stones and their simple life lead me to put several memories together to paint "Down by the Sea in Mykonos".

Being an artist has some very rewarding parts one, most importantly, is to create the “unseen.”That is the essence of this painting, drawing you in for “what could be”, or what you see. Mary Grden, Oil Painter

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Mary Grden

Mary Grden

Baytown, Texas

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I will include care instructions with each print or original painting. Canvas prints are sold without the glass. The canvas is treated, and will last as long as a paper print behind glass, if hung away from extended periods of direct sunlight. Clean with a soft dry painting brush without liquids. The Print and its mounting board take up the space where the glass was. Paper prints are sold and shipped with glass. Both paper and glass prints have a life expectancy of 100 years plus. If your print becomes damaged, please contact me.

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