LIGHTHOUSE IN A STORM hand-repainted print 10x8
red canyon rock formation against clouds
Texas Canyonlands painting
artist Lindy Cook Severns
LIGHTHOUSE IN A STORM
unique hand-repainted fine art print, a one-of-a-kind Limited Original
custom printed giclee on fine art paper
after printing a single copy, the high quality giclee wil be meticulously painted on in color-rich soft pastels to add detail and rich color and make each print a unique artwork, a remarque ; even the original signature is painted over so that Lindy can sign the finished artwork anew to indicate that it now stands alone, a new fine art creation just for YOU.
We include an archival acid-free ivory mat and acid-free foam board backing to make this elegant landscape painting ready to frame
10" x 8" art image ships matted to outer dimensions of 14" x 11" so it fits a ready made frame (frame not included)
This print is the same size as the original painting and will not reproduce any larger. To see an actual size example of this remarque framed (again, we don't include the frame!) on a wall, click thru the dots by the image. You can estimate that the outer dimensions framed would be from 16" x 13" (shown in photo) up to 20" x 17", depending on how wide a molding you use.
A clear, resealable envelope protects the enhanced print until you frame it, and the ribbon-tied foam board case we package this painting in makes an elegant gift presentation!
Free Domestic Shipping in a protective fine art box
LIGHTHOUSE IN A STORM
The hoodoos of Palo Duro Canyon stand strong against the stormy summer sky over the Texas Panhandle. These dramatic rock formations, the products of uneven erosion were landmarks long before the canyonlands became an obscure tourist destination. None last forever-- it's a shock to return to find a favorite hoodoo has finally collapsed-- but they mark this hidden landscape as effectively as lighthouses led ships in from the sea. This, a most famous hoodoo, is known as The Lighthouse, and for many, it stands as the iconic image of Palo Duro.
In this small painting, heat is ever-present, radiating off the mudstone and bleaching color from the surrounding hardpack. The clouds haven't decided whether they'll drop rain or simply sweep across the canyons with gusty winds and grit. But the hoodoo doesn't care. The Lighthouse stands strong and anchors the land, despite wind and weather. In this painting, the sandstone tower says: Whatever comes, all is as it should be. I'll be here to guide you when you return.