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Phil Burton


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Waccamaw River Sloop Framed Print

Waccamaw River Sloop Framed Print By Phil Burton


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8.00" x 5.88"

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13.50" x 11.38"



Waccamaw River Sloop by Phil Burton - 8.00" x 5.88"



Archival Matte Paper



CRQ13 - Black Wood (CRQ13)


Top Mat:

Arctic White



1/8" Clear Acrylic - Foam Core Mounting



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About the Image

Waccamaw River Sloop by Phil Burton

This work is titled "Waccamaw River Sloop" a sailboat is nestled in a small cove adjacent to a river cabin along the southern part of the Waccamaw River south of Conway South Carolina. The painting was done from sketches and a photo during a recent river outing. The Waccamaw River is such a serene and inspirational place. It is tidal and for the most part slow moving black water and the extensive forest communities cover the Waccamaw floodplain, including cypress-gum swamp and bottom-land hardwood forests. The bottom-land hardwood forests of the Waccamaw are unique in the Carolina's containing abundant Atlantic white cedar and live oaks filled with Spanish moss, along with the more typical laurel and overcup oak and loblolly pine.

About the Artist - Phil Burton

Phil Burton

Local Accomplished Artist Phil Burton, Bio of Phil Burton I have always had an interest in the expression of Art; oil is my medium of choice. Although I think in terms of freedom and artistic license; I adhere to a limited palette as a challenge to color mixture and purity of color, (I basically use the same color palette for all paintings). I subscribe to the color theory of Earth, Water, Air and Fire as inspiration in my paintings. I have no formal training I am developing I surmise, my own style and feel. Im currently studying and collaborating with local Artisans such as respected artist Linda Weatherspoon and Danny McLaughlin and others to further my art and style, My mentor was renown Artist Jim Horton, I am a founding...

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