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d'ART ID#: 84806
Length: 60.00 IN (152.40 cm)
Height: 24.00 IN (60.96 cm)
Depth: 2.00 IN (5.08 cm)
Framed: no
Dominant colors
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Media Types
Oils
Style & Subject
Business Contemporary Modern
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David Ehlen

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Blue Stones
David Ehlen

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This series was very exciting to create. I had started on the blue stones, 8" x 12", just a week prior to school warming up for the semester. The first piece is the 24" x 24" black panel where I made a startling discovery that I can buff the oil paint into a very high gloss surface. I then wanted to continue the technique onto a smaller surface 8" x 13", where I concentrated heavily on the shine. This piece alone is a marvel. It polished up enough to see yourself. I created the 8" x 11" blue stone painting to complete the set.

The Stones themselves were very relaxing to create. I approached them as something that I knew would take a while but I knew how I wanted them to look so I buckled down and did the two blue stone panels.

Currently I have this displayed at home in one of my rooms. It is a large piece when you arrange them like this. None of these pieces are attached allowing you to arrange them however you would like.

Without commitment I write the following. I like to paint. I like to draw. I like to sculpt. I like to fix and create things.

Art is the only thing in my life that I don't have to take seriously. It comes from within and I don't argue with it. The meanings or influences that go into my painting although they are my own are easily translated by viewers from their perspective.

I have a lot of irons in the fire which is an expression meaning that I have a lot going on in my life. I build websites for companies and work from home. I have no children, I'm not married, I'm surrounded by cats, dogs and horses. I always find time to paint because I'd rather be doing that anyway.

A year or more ago I gave birth to a painting using 3 point perspective. It is titled Absolute Uncertainty. It is my member gallery but take a look at all of the developing photos, close ups and flash presentation on how to properly use 3 point perspective. I receive emails from all over the world on how cool this is, so I point to you this shining star.

Appreciate all you have in your heart and love the people around you. Dave

Profile Howdy, They are handsome pieces and are fun to rearrage on the wall in any pattern you like. For more information on this artwork please take this link http://www.dewds.us/p_a1_stones.html If you can part with $1,000.00 US plus the shipping, I would be willing to let them go to your new h...  
Profile The work is actually four panels and I've arranged them on my walls in many different ways over the years. The stones were pure therapy for me to work on. I should probably do a lot more of them. ha ha  
Profile I like the architectural and yet at the same time organic feel of the piece David: )  
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