Secret Forest Muted Moments:
Mixed Media painting, Canvas -Size: 40 × 30 × 1.75 in (unframed)
Good art elevates us. It awakens our souls. A piece of art has the unique power to lift the human spirit, delivering beauty, hope, meaning, and passion to those who live and work in its midst.
Hows wonderful this painting sold on ArtFinder Nov.14, 2016.  

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