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This is my first oil painting in my studio! This delicious avacado looks good enough to eat! The original oil painting was on 5"x7" wood board. I could never oil paint because it always gave me a headache, even outside. But I recently came across and purchased M.Graham Walnut Oil Paints. Made out of Walnut Oil, there are no harmful chemicals. Even the brush cleaner is Walnut Oil! After a test run outdoors at the Augusta Plein Air Event, I didn't have a headache. I was so excited to finally be able to try the oils in my studio! I just needed an excuse and the time to do it. I did a watercolor of an avacado and just knew woth the oil paint's thick buttery-soft consistency it would be perfect to paint the avacado with. So, Sunday June 27, 2021 became the perfect day to break the paints out and give them a try for the first time in my studio. As a storm rolled in, I set up my lights, cameras and started painting. I'll have a video of the painting being created on my social media, and maybe I'll do a blog about these wonderful paints. I do not have much experience with oil paints, but I've taken a few classes, read a few books and I'vedrawn and painted with acrylic and watercolor enough to know where to start, and when it was finished. The in between time, I experimentedand found out a lot about what these paints, and I, can do. I love the way it turned out and can not wait to create more Oil Paintings!  The original has sold.

Prints are limited Edition Artist Proof Prints. They will be signed and numbered. All Prints come in an archival clear bag with archival backing. The minis will be cropped to 4"x6" and matted to 5"x7". All prints are shipped in a stay flat envelope through the United States Postal Service with Tracking.

Avacado Study Oil Painting Prints

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