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Loxahatchee River Series I

Loxahatchee River Series I

One of the Artist's personal favorites, this painting was commissioned by the Jupiter Chamber of Commerce as a poster image for their Art Fest by the Sea Art Show. This area of the river is where the legendary figure Trapper Nelson lived and trapped in the mid 1900’s. To the right is the original dock that he built along with a dock in the background built by Jonathan Dickenson Park for the boat that gives tours of his camp site, log cabins, and zoo. The painting was done from a series of studies and composite photographs from the area which is only accessible by boat. The clouds in the crisp blue sky suggest a beautiful breezy afternoon. An osprey on the top left seems to be guarding the river with the central figure a leaning cypress tree adorned with hanging pink moss. All the glorious hues of the setting are brought together in the rippling reflection of river.


Available as:

Museum Quality Giclee Reproduction Gallery Wrapped on Canvas

   Limited Edition of 300 numbered and signed on the back

   Standard and Custom sizes available

Museum Quality Giclee Reproduction Matted on Archval Paper

   Limited Edition of 300 numbered and signed on the back

   Available in Standard Frame size 16" x 20 and 18" x 24" (size includes mat)


Original Acrylic Painting

66" x 96"


Available as a Limited Reproduction   

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