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Flowing into the Morning Original Artwork Original Acrylic Painting by Ron Gramling

Flowing into the Morning Original Artwork Original Acrylic Painting

by Ron Gramling

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Birch trees are very calming to me. Each one is uniquely poetic and enchanting. I imagined this little winding brook keeping these three company in the morning light.

Original acrylic painting by Ron Gramling. 24" x 24"
Orientation:SquareEdition:Original
Height:24"Medium:Acrylic
Width:24"Framing:Unframed
Product Type:Original Acrylic PaintingOrigin:Made in USA
Brand:Wild WingsDisplay Location:Wall Mount
Orientation:SquareEdition:Original
Height:24"Medium:Acrylic
Width:24"Framing:Unframed
Product Type:Original Acrylic PaintingOrigin:Made in USA
Brand:Wild WingsDisplay Location:Wall Mount

Ron Gramling

Artist

After twenty years of representational painting by hand, Ron Gramling’s work took a profound turn in 2005 when cumulative trauma injuries to his arms forced him to paint entirely with his feet. Years of artistic experimentation followed. A paintbrush between the toes felt too limiting. Hopping around on...

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Description
Birch trees are very calming to me. Each one is uniquely poetic and enchanting. I imagined this little winding brook keeping these three company in the morning light.

Original acrylic painting by Ron Gramling. 24" x 24"
Product Specifications
Orientation:SquareEdition:Original
Height:24"Medium:Acrylic
Width:24"Framing:Unframed
Product Type:Original Acrylic PaintingOrigin:Made in USA
Brand:Wild WingsDisplay Location:Wall Mount
Orientation:SquareEdition:Original
Height:24"Medium:Acrylic
Width:24"Framing:Unframed
Product Type:Original Acrylic PaintingOrigin:Made in USA
Brand:Wild WingsDisplay Location:Wall Mount
About the artist

Ron Gramling

Artist

After twenty years of representational painting by hand, Ron Gramling’s work took a profound turn in 2005 when cumulative trauma injuries to his arms forced him to paint entirely with his feet. Years of artistic experimentation followed. A paintbrush between the toes felt too limiting. Hopping around on...

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