Landscape Impressions

Simply There

Simply There is a series of recent paintings in which I take time to celebrate the beauty in ordinary places -places that might be easily passed by without a second look.

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These paintings are similarly framed in a recessed box with a gold crackle finish.

Some are naturally paired or in a three-some for possible wall display.

Rocks and Prairie

This series of paintings records travel observations across the prairies of the Midwest and hikes along rocky places.
Except for Superstition Mountain which is larger, these paintings are 28 x 28", acrylic on canvas and box framed in oak.
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215647_Bear Butte
214718_Ranchland Grasses
214718_Still with Rocks
214718_Pinion Off_Trail
214718_Mesa Sentinel
214718_Oak Creek Rocks
214718_Jordan Light
214718_Oak Creek Winter
214718_Red Mountain
215647_Early Light
215647_Superstition Mountain
215647_Roadside Blue
214718_West Fork Grasses
215647_Bear Butte
215647_Storm Just Past

Beauty surrounds us. The earth, the sky, the change of seasons.

 The myriad shapes, colors, textures. . .  up  close and at a distance, observing these can be a celebration of life for us, a recognition that we are connected with all of  life.

For information about these paintings or giclee prints contact the artist.
Copyrighted by Marie Thielen 2017
marie thielen art      minneapolis mn
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Looking East