Size: 12"W x 24"H x 2"D
Year Created: 2015
Ready to Hang
This is one of my many polar bear paintings. I have an affinity for the polar bear only because I am concerned about their fate. This guy is obviously in a place he doesn't really belong, and that is what I'm afraid is the future of all polar bears at some point in the future. This painting will give any location an interesting, dreamy vibe, and start a conversation. It comes in a beautiful wooden frame and is ready for hanging. The size listed is without the frame, which is about 2" wide.
Many years ago in the frozen north (Minnesota) I was a talented child drawer. That led to a love of painting that I have had all of my life. I received a degree in illustration while in high school. Later I studied fine arts painting at a MN university and have been painting ever since. I paint mostly in acrylic and watercolors but I also do occasional oil paintings. I do portraits, landscapes, and abstracts, and occasional series like wildlife on abstract backgrounds. I'm very interested in environmental causes and often do paintings about those themes. I sometimes work in a series but ultimately paint what inspires me. Originally from MN, I have also lived in San Francisco, Berkeley, Oakland, North Dakota, and northern Minnesota. I don't really love to move, but I love to travel, especially to central America. Sometimes I interpret my travel photos later as paintings. I now live in the Atlanta Georgia area with my husband and cute dog. My studio is in my home so I can paint at 3:00 am if I want to, and yes, that happens. I'm a night owl painter, because that's often when the magic happens.