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Return to Golden Pond (On Golden Pond) California Tonalist Landscape Oil painting by Karen Winters

July 12th, 2011

“Return to Golden Pond”
14 x 18 inches
Oil on canvas
SOLD

Central California – Western Sierra Foothills painting

This painting was done for an upcoming exhibition at the Colony Theater Gallery in Burbank, in conjunction with the performance of “On Golden Pond.” In addition to a dozen or more other paintings which will be exhibited, I painted this one to tie in very specifically with the theme of the play. Although the play is set in the eastern United States, I decided to do my own take on it, as a California landscape painter. The location is a pond bordering the western foothills of the Sierras. I don’t usually paint in a tonalist/monochromatic style, but it seemed perfect for this project.

More details on the show will follow as the opening approaches.

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  1. This is beautiful Karen….love the golden light.

    Comment by joyce — July 14, 2011 @ 9:47 am

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