Thursday, January 21, 2010

Finished Painting: What Makes a Mountain

"Shaping of a Mountain" is an original 16" x 22" oil painting created on a 1" stretched, high-quality canvas. The painting is presented as unframed (Sides are painted).

The concept of this painting was based on defining the basic components for the shaping a mountain. These components were defined as three basic parts: ground, water and air. The ground component is the mountain itself and the platform that it rests on. The air component that shapes the top of the mountain is the wind and the clouds. The component for shaping the base of the mountain is the surrounding lake. The "Shaper" is represented by the abstract shapes and interacts with all of the base components to alter the mountain.

All Artwork is copyrighted to Doug Hoppes Studio and is not to be copied or reproduced in any form without the permission of the artist. Sale of this item does not transfer its copyright.

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