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At The Playground

9.00"W x 12.00"H x 1.5"D

$400 (Shipping Included)

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Samuel Noir

SHORELINE, WA

Medium: Painting

Subject Tags: parks, little girls, children playing, portrait art, figurative art

Media: oil on wood

Size: 9"W x 12"H x 1.5"D

Year Created: 2017

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This is just a fun painting of my daughter playing at the park. The sweatshirt with the stars is her favorite article of clothing. She's just starting to like to choose what she wears and its really cute. She flat out refused to wear a pair of pink pants the other day. It was the first time she was conscious of what I was putting on her. The little red box in her hand is a box of raisins.

I was born in Seattle and spent most of my life there. My start in art was cartooning and I briefly drew a comic strip for the Cooper Point Journal at The Evergreen State College. I then went into AmeriCorps for a year and finished my education at Washington State University. Later I joined the Coast Guard and used my GI Bill to begin work on my masters at San Diego University. I slowly became less and less involved in art. After suffering major losses involving family members, I began using art as a way to release pain. It worked well and I started painting and kept painting until I became obsessed with it. I knew I needed to hone my skills so I joined an atelier at Gage Academy of Art in Seattle and spent a few years expanding my skill set to allow me to truly express myself. Now I work out of my own studio in back yard in Shoreline, WA. I have an 18 month old little girl and another on the way who will join us in July!

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