Oil Paint on Gallery Wrapped Stretched Canvas. 24 by 18 by 3/4 in. 61 cm by 45.7 by 1.9 cm. Signed on front and back.
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The staples holding the canvas to the stretcher bars are on the back so the painting is ready for immediate display. Guarantee: If for any reason the actual painting does not meet your full expectations, please return it upon receiving it in its original condition and packaging materials. (All links below will open in a new window). About The Artist DAVID PADW0RNY was born in Norristown Pennsylvania.He is a graduate of the Maryland Institute College of Art and is currently working full time as a professional artist in Chelsea, NYC. Scholastics Portfolio Award, New York, New York. Ed Lindgren Memorial Scholarship, Sponsored by Artworks Orlando Orlando, Florida Fanny B. Thalheimer Scholarship, Maryland Institute College of Art Baltimore, Maryland. First Place and Honorable Mention in Painting, Maitland Arts Festival Maitland, Florida. Best of Show and First Place, "Enjoying Our Lakes" Photography Contest Windermere, Florida Three Gold Medals, Scholastics Competition, University of Central Florida Orlando, Florida. We look forward to hearing more from you, our Valued Collectors.
We shall not cease from exploration And the end of all our exploring Will be to arrive where we started And know the place for the first time. It was completed in an attempt to impress the illustrator Sydney Quinn.
My younger brother, sister and myself would model for his illustrations. Needless to say, that was very inspiring as a child. To see one of his illustrations where I modeled for Gallant in Highlights magazine.