Sunset At Pilot Mountain North Carolina Usa

Phillip H George

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Sunset At Pilot Mountain North Carolina Usa Painting

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Jonesville, NC - United States

SUNSET AT PILOT MOUNTAIN, Sculpture & Painting has 'A.' Very Unique Microscopically Detailed Campfire Painted onto the Mountain Side of the Faraway Blue Ride Mountains in the Background. In order to see all the 50 hours of True Microscopic Hand Painted Superfine detailing in this one Needle that has two different detailed panoramic Mountains-capes; 'A.' person would need 'A.' Microscope. The campfire off in the distance reminds me of a time when the Native Indians lived in this Northwestern region of North Carolina. The campfire has the glow of a far away camp; I painted the smoke rising up the Mountain Side on into the sky then a light wind is carrying it away with the Clouds. There is a Strange True Story About how this Campfire came into being in this picture. When I'm working on this 2 sided Jumbo MICRO Art I will work on one side and sometime I will get to a point were the paint needs time to dry. At that time I will start to paint on the other side of the picture. One day while painting the base coat for background Mountains on the other side. I got to that point of needing drying time for that paint. So I flipped the Needle Around and started painting the Background Mountains on this side. That day I had worked about 18 hours on the Needle. Being tried and know that now the two painting needed to dry; I put the Art away for that day. After resting a few hours I started to work on the Needle again. When I put the Art Work back under the Microscope and zoom in on this side on the painting; there it was the glow from a distance campfire in the Background Mountains. I had no intentions of creating a campfire in this picture; IT CREATED ITS SELF DORING THE FEW HOURS OF DRYING TIME. All I had to do for the fire at that time was add the Smoke. It didn't take me very long to understand what took place during those few hours of drying time. This picture TAUGHT ME HOW TO CREATE FIRE AND INTRODUCE FIRE INTO MY MICRO PAINTINGS. Now I know how to set a hold Mountain Range a Blase on a Microscopic Scale; in time to come I will do a Firestorm in the Eye of a Needle. The next time I set up my Microscope Camera I will take a photo of the Campfire & post it on this website. A person with 20x20 vision can see the some the Art in the eyes of these large Needles. A magnifying Glass Will bring into view allot of the detail work. In order to see the 50 HOURS OF SUPERFINE DETAILING A. MICROSCOPE IS NEEDED. Thank You.