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Here's my cute little painting, which I did back in 1996, wow, that's 25 years ago now! Anyway, its small, its pretty, its ready for a new home. Here is it in its natural light form, as it shows today, on a white background.


Floating Polar Bears Painting

Vernon Finney

United States

Painting, Acrylic on Cardboard

Size: 12.3 W x 7.5 H x 0.2 D in

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About The Artwork

I couldn't think of a good name to name this quaint little piece of art. A study of sorts, something I did on a little piece of illustration board I had around. Drawing and painting on whatever I could find, was my daily compulsion, aside from those days when I was out and about traveling the wilderness. The name of this one is "Floating Polar Bears", featuring a polar bear mama and her cub, floating in a sheer space of white expanse. It will look beautiful sitting on any desk, table or curios cabinet, with the right frame. Or, you can choose to hang in, in a nice quaint area of your home or office. Lovely! As intended. And at a great price!

Details & Dimensions

Painting:Acrylic on Cardboard

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:12.3 W x 7.5 H x 0.2 D in

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My last painting, thus far, was just recently completed in September 2021. As of May 2021, at 97 years of age, my desire to paint lives on, even though I have trouble seeing properly (Macular Degeneration) and my hands are a bit shaky from time to time (Essential Tremors). Nevertheless, I still managed to finish this latest painting, a landscape, with fields protruding from below a majestic looking column of colorful clouds glowing in the vibrancy of a fiery sunset. Seeing as I have trouble with my hand trembles, I have to complete my work by using the 'daubing' technique, however, not in a careless manner as the terminology may suggest. I plan to outlive my mother, whom lived to be 107 years of age. To do so, I must try to find forever homes for some of my larger and most coveted pieces of art. I've always said I want to donate all the art I have in my possession to an art museum that'll agree to display it from time to time, when I pass away. Yet, finances dictate I should try to use my artwork to better set myself up for the years ahead, if I do indeed plan to live in my own home for the next decade or so. Hence, putting some of my children (original works of art) up for adoption to a new loving home and future.

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