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#dailygratitude - Gardens and Galleries of Art


Seek the Arts.

Fill your soul.

Breathe the colors in.


Use your hands.

Use your heart and mind.

Listen closely.

Hear Art whisper.

A miracle you’ll find.

“In the Shade”

The Huntington Library

Oil on canvas

30” x 30”


Commissions and Prints available


The backstory:

After first visiting the Art Gallery at the Huntington Library, I found myself outside under a tree with my easel and paints, gazing at this structure. Soon shapes, lines and colors began to tell me their stories... and the Artist paints.

“Once the house of Henry E. Huntington (1850–1927) and his second wife, Arabella (1850–1924), the Huntington Art Gallery opened in 1928 displaying one of the greatest collections of 18th-century British art in the country, including the celebrated Blue Boy by Thomas Gainsborough and Pinkie by Thomas Lawrence ... The Huntington Art Gallery currently displays approximately 1,200 objects of European artfrom the 15th to the early 20th century.”

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