#19 South Llano River State Park, TX PrintRegular price $20.00
From my April 2020 hand painted watercolor collection, 31 Days of Mini Paintings. Each of these 4”x4” pieces were inspired by my favorite places I have visited around the world, they each hold very special meaning for me and my loved ones. As I painted, beautiful memories rushed in my heart of the laughter, joy, hugs, meaningful conversations, and breathtaking views that were inspired by our Creator. I hope a spark of inspiration springs forth in you as you enjoy your own piece of our blue jewel earth.
The big flood of 2018 changed the trajectory of the river we love to kayak, which gave our new puppy lots of room to roam, chase butterflies and fireflies, discover deer, paddle all over and dig to his little hearts content on the shore of the Llano. It was so much fun watching him in discovery overload at our favorite place to tent camp, shiny little black nose smelling it ALL until he wore out and for the first time slept through the entire night. He is a natural outdoors dog and a perfect fit for our family, especially the little boy. Getting outside is at the core to our existence, freedom awaits in the simple, campfires, s’mores, morning bird songs, sunrises and sunsets, hiking and long naps, coffee and trees rustling in the breeze, waking up next to all that matters most, in breathtaking Creation that is a priceless gift to mankind. Four walls forget...maybe that’s why I love to say ‘Bedouin’ so much, always dreaming of a life full of wander and wonder.
Imagining my favorite places is so much more than a painting... #19 South Llano River State Park, TX
Printed on archival quality 140lb (300gsm) 100% cotton acid free watercolor paper on Canon Pixma Pro9000 Mark 2 printer with genuine Canon Chromalife inks for beautiful long lasting color. The white border is maintained for framing.
Ships from San Antonio, Texas, USA, in a clear cello bag inside a thick flat mailer.
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