fbpx
Menu Close
Beth Palser Scarlet Sunset - Beth Palser Artist: <b>Beth Palser</b> <i>(<a href="https://www.delawareartshow.com/store/beth-palser-gallery">View the entire Beth Palser Gallery</a>)</i> Title: <b>Scarlet Sunset</b> Medium: <b>Watercolor on 100% Archival Rag Paper Mounted on Panel</b> Frame: <b>The original is Matted with white 100% Acid-Free Rag Mat with Anti-Reflective TruVue Museum Conservation glass with a brushed bronze colored wooden frame.</b> Unframed Dimensions: <b>7-in x 5-in</b> Framed Dimensions: <b>14.5-in x 12.5-in</b> Artist's Remarks: <b> Scarlet Sunset was midway in the sun setting over Oxford and is the second in my sunset mini series. Its scenes like this that give me inspiration to paint and why I Love living in Oxford. Each day of the changing seasons is different. The dramatic lighting over the fields and the array of color in the sky makes me never want to get my head out of the clouds. This is the setting sun as I saw it over the corn fields of Southern Chester County during harvest season.</b>
$340.00

Scarlet Sunset - Beth Palser

$340.00
Scarlet Sunset - Beth Palser
Scarlet Sunset - Beth Palser
Scarlet Sunset - Beth Palser
Scarlet Sunset - Beth Palser
Scarlet Sunset - Beth Palser
Scarlet Sunset - Beth Palser

Scarlet Sunset - Beth Palser

$340.00
Model Number: BP06
Artist: Beth Palser (View the entire Beth Palser Gallery)
Title: Scarlet Sunset
Medium: Watercolor on 100% Archival Rag Paper Mounted on Panel
Frame: The original is Matted with white 100% Acid-Free Rag Mat with Anti-Reflective TruVue Museum Conservation glass with a brushed bronze colored wooden frame.
Unframed Dimensions: 7-in x 5-in
Framed Dimensions: 14.5-in x 12.5-in
Artist's Remarks: Scarlet Sunset was midway in the sun setting over Oxford and is the second in my sunset mini series. Its scenes like this that give me inspiration to paint and why I Love living in Oxford. Each day of the changing seasons is different. The dramatic lighting over the fields and the array of color in the sky makes me never want to get my head out of the clouds. This is the setting sun as I saw it over the corn fields of Southern Chester County during harvest season.
Maximum quantity exceeded
Minimum purchase amount of 0 is required
Maximum purchase amount of 0 is allowed
340.000
1 Left in Stock
Facebook
Twitter
Email
Pinterest
  • Description
  • Specifications

Artist: Beth Palser (View the entire Beth Palser Gallery)
Title: Scarlet Sunset

****IMPORTANT ART PICKUP INFORMATION****
All art purchased during our online art show will be available for free local pickup at the following location and date:

Saturday, November 14, 2020
10:30am – 3:00pm

Christ Church Christiana Hundred
505 Buck Road
Greenville, DE 19807

Social distancing will be in effect. Masks must be worn at pickup.
Please bring proof of purchase (receipt) or identification so we may easily locate and release your art.

Medium: Watercolor on 100% Archival Rag Paper Mounted on Panel
Frame: The original is Matted with white 100% Acid-Free Rag Mat with Anti-Reflective TruVue Museum Conservation glass with a brushed bronze colored wooden frame.
Unframed Dimensions: 7-in x 5-in
Framed Dimensions: 14.5-in x 12.5-in
Artist's Remarks: Scarlet Sunset was midway in the sun setting over Oxford and is the second in my sunset mini series. Its scenes like this that give me inspiration to paint and why I Love living in Oxford. Each day of the changing seasons is different. The dramatic lighting over the fields and the array of color in the sky makes me never want to get my head out of the clouds. This is the setting sun as I saw it over the corn fields of Southern Chester County during harvest season.