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36.00"W x 24.00"H x 1.5"D

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Medium: Painting

Subject Tags: modern art, contemporary art, foggy mountain, light, oranges and reds, abstract expressionism, abstract mountains, mountains, landscape

Media: acrylic on canvas

Size: 36"W x 24"H x 1.5"D

Year Created: 2017

Ready to Hang

This abstract painting gives one the sense of a mountain range on a drenched in a foggy mist. I named it Warusawa after a mountain located in Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan, that is part of the Akaishi Mountains, which are known as the "Southern Alps". It is located in the Minami Alps National Park

My mission as an artist is to inspire others to follow their own dreams, no matter their age or present circumstances. My goal is to create art that touches people's hearts and excites their senses and trigger emotions. My painting style is very intuitive. I start each piece of art with a general idea of what I want the painting to look like, but as the painting progresses and speaks to me, it often evolves into something else. My hope is that my artwork will make a personal and beautiful statement in your home.

Please visit my website at debbiejoplinart.com. Thank you!

In the back of my mind, I always wanted to be an artist but life took me down other paths. Raised in Kansas, I moved to Las Vegas as a young adult and received a BS degree in Business from UNLV. My path would change again with the birth of my son who was diagnosed with autism. Advocating and raising him became my full time focus. My husband accepted a job in Utah in 2002 resulting in another big move. Several years later, after taking an online class in art journaling I realized the part I loved the most was playing with paint. I knew I had found my passion!! For the next several years every chance I could I pushed myself, trying new techniques and mediums in an effort to find out who I was as an artist. I love creating textures and working with abstract forms. I am grateful that other’s have found a connection to my artwork and for the opportunities I have had to show and sell my art, but regardless I would paint anyway, it is a part of who I am. *************************************************************************** My painting style is very intuitive. I may sometimes start with an idea of what I want the painting to look like, but it rarely turns out like I planned in the end as I let the painting speak to me as it evolves. I am constantly evaluating the painting for composition, movement, light and value. I think the hardest part of painting for me, and many artist, is that sometimes I know I must cover a part of the painting that I have fallen in love with, but for the overall composition of the painting, it is sometimes necessary to make those sacrifices. My artwork has been exhibited at the Urban Arts Gallery in downtown Salt lake City and the Gale Center of History and Culture in South Jordan, UT. Thank you for taking the time to view my art. Also viisit my website at debbiejoplinart.com. Modern Abstract. Contemporary Abstract. Art for the Home. Art for the Office. Home Decor. Interior Design Art.

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