MYKONOS MORNING – 28″ X 40″
One of my favorite Oil Paintings of Mykonos, Greece. I love painting perspective and painting perspective in the extreme is a “fun” challenge. As an Expressionist, it can be a wonderful way to open a large wall and draw viewers in for a closer look. It also shows a little bit of life as it really is on the Greek Islands. The checkers board and leisure chairs wait for the daily game. Doors and windows are open early for another great day in Mykonos.
Canvas is stretched over an Oak wood beveled edge enhancing the 3-D effect of my Paintings is textured in Oils in a Realism form. Most of my beveled framing, when photographed, is only slightly apparent. You can see the two corners joined, and I have left them in, Prints are made without any appearance of the bevel because when I painted the original the image goes around the curve at a perspective from the horizon. Hard to explain, but most bevels you see here are portions of corners which are real photos. I create the curve digitally on the flat prints to give you an idea of the bevel and its effect on the image. It give my Originals a “pop” to the depth and perspective. I created this curved design and to my knowledge know other Artist has replicated it. Read below the next image about how the frames behind the canvas are made.
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Original Oil Painting, 28"x40". Frame designed and assembled by the Artist. Painted in Oils over a hand stretched canvas. Frame is hardwood, either Oak, Poplar or Ash. This is the Artist's website, BaywoodGallery.com, maintained by the Artist. Shipping is free within the United States, if you are international read last paragraphs.