$3,200.00

Dreamscape 36" x 48" Original Oil Painting

Patricia Fabian Art

$3,200.00

Oil painting on stretched canvas and painted around the sides.  Ready to hang.

Dreamscape was inspired by looking UP.  As you lay on the beach you look up and off to either side from a flat level perspective.  I am always interested in unique perspectives in life and art.  When you lay there in the hot sand you start to fade off and suddenly you are caught in a Dreamscape.

This painting is at Burton Gallery in Clarksville, GA  You can see it there or order through this website and I will work with the Gallery to have it sent to you.

If you are in the area stop by and see the work at the gallery. If not, you can order the work through the gallery or through this website and I will contact the gallery to assist you.

Free shipping and returns with a one week trial period to see how the work fits with your home.  

“A painting is only started by the artist and than is launched and completed into the world for many chapters of the story. Art doesn’t belong to the artist. It will find it’s “home.”

 

 

 

 

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Oil painting on stretched canvas and painted around the sides.  Ready to hang.

Dreamscape was inspired by looking UP.  As you lay on the beach you look up and off to either side from a flat level perspective.  I am always interested in unique perspectives in life and art.  When you lay there in the hot sand you start to fade off and suddenly you are caught in a Dreamscape.

This painting is at Burton Gallery in Clarksville, GA  You can see it there or order through this website and I will work with the Gallery to have it sent to you.

If you are in the area stop by and see the work at the gallery. If not, you can order the work through the gallery or through this website and I will contact the gallery to assist you.

Free shipping and returns with a one week trial period to see how the work fits with your home.  

“A painting is only started by the artist and than is launched and completed into the world for many chapters of the story. Art doesn’t belong to the artist. It will find it’s “home.”