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The delighted runners
The startled horse and the naughty hare
An autumn forest and the backdrop of majestic mountains
Orchards and more orchards
The abundant apple orchard
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Such density of life!


Such density of life! Painting

Sabina Puppo

United States

Painting, Oil on Canvas

Size: 24 W x 18 H x 0.8 D in

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About The Artwork

So many forms of life are happening in this painting. Where are you drawn? Towards the horses —with one eating apples from the tree, the ones just walking the land, or the one startled by the hare with an apple? Is it towards the endless rows of vineyards tidily sparkling the rolling hills? The fruitful apple orchard? The house tucked in the autumn forest? The lemon grove that supplies the whole valley? The runners delighting in the endless landscape? The blue mountains in the distance? The bright sky with ethereal clouds? Whatever it may be you pause on, I wish you do it with a slow deep breath that brings tranquility and joy. Let this painting, filled with such life, enrich this and every day.

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Painting:Oil on Canvas

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:24 W x 18 H x 0.8 D in

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Sabina Puppo grew up in a family of artists. Sabina’s art education started under the tutelage of her grandparents, and at her father’s art studio. Sabina was an active collaborator and helped her dad prepare canvases, mix pigments, collaborate in mixed media projects, and -under his supervision, even paint sections of his artwork. Sabina found success early in her art career. When she was 6 years old, one of her drawings drew a bidding war between two art collectors. Another of her drawings was selected for the cover of a record. Before her 10th birthday she sold prints of her drawings and donated to multiple fund raisers. Throughout her teens, she commercially sold hand-woven bracelets made from fibers and roots. In her mid-twenties she moved to the United States and focused on ink drawings and fired clay. In her mid-forties she and her husband moved to a farmhouse in a tranquil little piece of paradise that proudly calls itself Pueblo Eden in the Uruguayan countryside. Sabina has been influenced by Grandma Moses, Henri Rousseau, Joan Miró, Caleb Ives Bach and Francisco Toledo. She treasures early American folk art, romanesque, precolumbian and Native American art. Sabina loves painting stories about life in nature. “Joyful” and “uplifting” are the words most often used to describe her artwork. Sabina’s oil paintings celebrate the rural landscape where she currently lives. Other paintings also depict life in New England, where she lived for decades. Her art has been exhibited in Uruguay and the United States. Her work has endeared her to many collectors who have taken her art to private collections in Argentina, Spain, France, Italy, Germany, UK, Israel, Japan, Canada and the United States. Sabina’s wish: “I hope you enjoy the paintings as you get to imagine your own stories. I would love for a painting to bring up a pleasant memory or a smile! Each painting is unique and original, and they have been imagined and painted with great joy.”

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