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Line Dance Peppers

18.00"W x 24.00"H x 1.0"D

$250 (Shipping Included)

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Delmus Phelps

LYNCHBURG, VA

Medium: Painting

Subject Tags: light, stop, peppers, painting, oil, kitchen, realism, modern, contemporary

Media: canvas, paints, professional, oil, grade

Size: 18"W x 24"H x 1"D

Year Created: 2018

What do I paint? Things of beauty. It's just that simple.

I create my paintings out of need. It's not something I have much choice with. Painting is my drug. When I'm not painting, I'm grumpy, irritable, distant and moody. When painting, I'm in my element. All is right with the world.

It makes me feel whole and human.

I feel my work has a great importance to it also. It forces us to stop and take a look at the beauty that surrounds us every where. To allow light and color to touch that part of us that says we are alive, and that these fleeting moments shown in my work can be forever captured on the canvas.

When these peppers posed for me, it reminded me so much of a group of dancers facing away and ready to start there performance. Stop light peppers with an orange one too.

This is an original oil painting on canvas, gallery wrapped so you can hang it right away, or at least till you get that golden frame. It's dimensions are 18" x 24".

This painting is on gallery wrapped canvas and is ready to hang!


It's always interesting to hear an artist's journey, so I offer mine up for your review. Being an artist started very early for me. At 6 years old, my friend (Daniel D.) had extraordinary art skills. Coming from a famous artistic family, he had a great deal of positive reinforcement to produce art. I remember the beautiful beach scene he made for us in school with crayons. Blue skies, crashing waves, sea gulls in the air... I remember Daniel, tongue extended to the corner of his mouth, crayon pushed to the limit, extracting every ounce of color onto the paper as he mashed the wax down with each scumble. He had a vision and needed no preliminary outlines. Lot's of times his crayons broke (you weren't supposed to do that in those days), but at the end of the day, he was a 6 year old wonder. He was my inspiration way back then...I wanted to learn just how to do that! So I did.

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