13.00"W x 11.00"H x 2.0"D

$300 (Shipping Included)

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Emily Page


Medium: Painting

Subject Tags: photorealism, realistic, realist, green and blue, blues, food, fruits, kitchen art, water droplet, water, small oil painting, oil painting, pear

Media: oil on hardwood panel

Size: 13"W x 11"H x 2"D

Year Created: 2016

Ready to Hang

I'm a little obsessed with water droplets. I love the challenge of catching the highlights, reflections, and shadows produced in such tiny little spaces. The painting is 6" x 8", but comes in a gold plein air frame, so is listed below with the framed size and price.

“Color and texture are hugely important in my work. Applied appropriately, they can actually elicit a visceral response from the viewer,” says Emily Page, a California-born, Virginia-raised artist. Page now lives and paints in Raleigh, NC, where she owns a sip & paint studio called Artistic Abandon. You can follow her blog at emilypageart.wordpress.net. Page began experimenting with different brushwork and palette knife work, scraping and overlaying, from the very beginning. At Wake Forest University in North Carolina, she honed her skills and graduated with honors with a BA in visual arts. “I learned to work in a number of mediums, including sculpture and photography, but my passion has always been painting. I love working with oil paint simply for the richness of it. It just feels luxurious. No other medium matches it. I enjoy branching out and working with unconventional mediums and surfaces from time to time, but I’m always drawn back to oils.” You can see more of her work at emilypageart.com.

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