At 20″ wide by 16″ tall, this painting is priced at $250.
Although loons have been on the endangered species list for some time, they are working hard to make their come back in the Adirondack Mountain lakes. They are a bit rare, and popular among the locals as well as tourists. This is one of the few paintings I have done on plastic instead of glass. This is strictly due to the availability.
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When I begin a piece, the last thing that entered the painting is painted first. Therefore, a lot of the tiny details are painted first. By this I am talking about the reflections in the water, or the shadow the subject leaves from the light source. The thing about doing a reverse painting on glass, is that if I paint it with the subject of the painting facing left, when the painting is finished, and viewed from the opposite side of the glass, the subject will be facing right.