Near Atlanta, Georgia, is a bed-and-breakfast and farm/nature enclave called Serenbe. I've enjoyed spending a few New Year's holidays there, and I found inspiration and rejuvenation from its scenery and serenity. I made several paintings of moments I experienced there. This is one of them. I was intrigued by the unusual shape of the gazebo and how it both harmonizes and clashes with its surroundings.
This original painting is sold unframed. Please note: You probably will want to frame it to your taste, as the edges of the canvas are not finished and the stretcher is not gallery depth.
Thank you for taking a closer look and considering this painting. Though you buy the painting itself, I retain unlimited rights to use and re-use images of the painting, and works derivative of it, for all purposes.
A limited palette of five artist's quality oil paints laid down on stretched canvas