An original hand painted acrylic painting of Mt. Rainier in Washington state, 24"x18" x.75". I get to see this mountain almost everyday, but I never get tired of it. The edges are painted so it can be mounted in a frame but doesn't need one, its ready to hang
"The artwork presented is an acrylic painting depicting a majestic snow-capped mountain. The mountain, with its broad, whitened peak, occupies the center and left side of the canvas. Shadowing and highlights suggest the sunlight falling upon the slopes, creating a three-dimensional illusion. The slopes of the mountain are rendered with strokes of white and brown, indicating areas of exposed rock and dense snow.
Along the right side of the canvas, a ridge cascades downward, characterized by rich brown and ochre hues, suggesting rocky outcrops and perhaps soil or less snow-covered surfaces. The foreground presents a valley with dark green tones, indicating dense, forested areas. A winding path or small riverbed can be seen snaking its way through the valley, rendered in light brown and providing a visual pathway that leads the eye into the composition.
Above the mountain, the sky is a clear blue with scattered, soft white clouds, enhancing the overall serene atmosphere of the painting. The brushwork throughout the piece varies, with smoother blends in the sky and more textural strokes in the mountain and vegetated areas, giving the scene a tactile quality.
Overall, the artwork appears to capture the serene beauty of a mountain landscape, evoking feelings of grandeur and the majesty of nature."