Monday, November 5, 2012

December Night's Dream

Hello, art lovers and blog readers! Are you ready for winter? This is Ellen Perantoni, painter of the landscape in oil with a strong influence of the Hudson River School painters of the nineteenth century. And a strong dose of my own vision, as is apparent in this winter night's overview. I have been posting my painting images and art chat on this blog since 2007. Sometimes I haven't started painting a winter's beauty until the season is well underway, which means I don't finish the winter paintings until spring. This year, however, I wanted to have a few winter scenes done by the time the flurries arrive. This one is now drying in my studio. You can see more of my art on and my e-mail address is This painting is executed on 16x20" stretched canvas. As framed in a simple traditional style wood frame,it is priced at $1900. I would consider a payment plan/fair offer from a sincere collector. If you purchase a work of my art from an Internet photo and are less than delighted you can return it for a refund within 30 days. Though I don't enjoy the cold I find the visual beauty of a pristine winter landscape undeniable. This is how a bend in the upper river might look as seen from a hovering helicopter (or on the wings of a dream) at night. It is a view to set the heart at peace.  I am thankful this area was mostly spared by the recent Hurricane Sandy, and my heart goes out to the many who were in its path of destruction and are recovering. More of my art can be seen at fine galleries that represent me.. Have a wonderful week! I would love to hear from you. Best, Ellen

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