Nothing but Blue Sklies
Piece description from the artist
"Nothing but Blue Skies" was inspired by my very first visit to the little town of Sequim, on the Olympic Peninsula in Washington State. Sequim's claim to fame is that it is home to 40+ lavender fields, and hosts an annual Lavender Festival that brings people from all over the world. Sequim holds the greatest number of lavender fields in the country. I was absolutely smitten with this modest little farming town, which I discovered just by chance on my first drive around the Peninsula, and I've gone back several times to take in the intoxicating aroma of the lavender, take tons of pictures, and of course, partake in the lavender ice cream when it is available!
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- 30.0" x 24.0"
- Acrylic on canvas
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