I Wonder
Oil, Mixed Media, Acrylic, Oil Crayon
On Canvas
30"x40"x1.75"
Gallery Wrapped canvas sutible for framining.
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The studies below indicate the work in progress. Color is built up in layers of transluecent oil. Opaque sections are created with acrylic. Oil Crayon line added.

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