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An edgy and abstract ocean landscape painting.  Blues compose the top third of the canvas, blending into a soft coral and pink sky, behind faint island mountain forms on the horizone.  Sheer scraped paint descends from the clouds to the ocean, continuing to the bottom of the canvas in the form of paint drips.  Ocean waves are composed of greys, whites, colbalt blues, magenta and soft ballet pink.
Detal of Dana Mooney's abstract brushstrokes which compose her ocean landscape painting "Somewhere Last Summer."  Here you can see the brush bristle textures overlay the blended background colours, and below that paint has been scraped across the canvas resulting in deconstructed spatula effects.  Paint drips fall from the brushstokes, creating depth in the various textures and techniques.
A styled artist studio scene showcasing a collection of paintings on canvas, stacked randomly agains a wall.  One painting hangs horizontally while another is stacked vertically against it.  Some canvases are showing their front, some you can only see the raw canvas back.  Beside the canvases is a large cement fireplace mantle, and light wood flooring is lit by a window from the side.
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Somewhere Last Summer

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Painted in a time of the unknown, anticipation and strong sensitivity, this piece is textured and wild.  Storms contrast soft pink clouds and waves, a sense of apprehension is expressed through these brushstrokes.  

30" x 48" Acrylic on canvas