This colorful abstract is based on a long dead 'live oak' tree. the wood is so strong and hard that the major limbs hold up longer after the smaller twigs and leaves are gone. "The 4th of July" because of the color, "the Happy Tree", well, don't you think it looks exuberant waving to the colorful clouds high in the sky?
The original is on a full sheet, 22 X 30 of Arches 300 lb watercolor paper. painted in 1996.
"rd", also known as Roy is a "native" of Florida, born and raised. He has a Bachelor of Fine Art from the College of Fine Arts at the University of Florida. rd has had a camera in his hands for many years to record the sights of his travels and life around him. I have a new Fine Art America web address for my Photographs. Please check it out at rd's Photographs
For twenty or more years rd put his creativity into award winning watercolors that have found homes across the United States. Today, rd has put his creativity into producing fine art digital abstracts, each one a unique image. Some of the abstracts are indeed photo-manipulations that you can still perceive some remnant of the photograph. Most of them however are hours of...
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