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Firefighter Helmet With Melted Visor is a painting by Ken Powers which was uploaded on November 20th, 2008.
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I couldn't resist the melted visor on this helmet. This is a tribute to our unsung heroes. It is painted with 18th century reproduction watercolor... more
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7.000 x 5.000 inches
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Firefighter Helmet With Melted Visor
Painting - Watercolor On Paper
I couldn't resist the melted visor on this helmet. This is a tribute to our unsung heroes. It is painted with 18th century reproduction watercolor paint on Arches 140# paper.
November 20th, 2008
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Dee Dee Whittle
Love the subdued colors!
Sri venkat- Spread Happiness
Too good !!
Ken Powers replied:
Thank you very much!
Another lucky person has one of your works of art, congratulations!! And many many more to come.
WOW~ This is outstanding. You really use this medium with excellent results. I will be back to visit your gallery again. :)
Otis L Stanley
As a former firefighter I can appreciate these pieces. Nicely done.
thank you for your comment. I like your isolated use of objects to convey a message. It shows that paintings do not always have to be jam packed with things to be interesting.
Thank you for your comments regarding this piece. I am glad its message of honor and courageousness is readily conveyed.
Emotionally and spiritually meaningful to me since my husband is a retired DC Firefighter who worked on 9/11. You've captured the pure essence of this "gear..." It's splendid in all ways.
That is a very interesting & beautiful piece - has a good old antique feel to it.
I'm a firefighter and the fire helmet was done perfectly. Nice job!
Mary Ellen Mueller-Legault
I love it! You nailed it.
You also have a great style. You might want to look at an artist named Thomas Thiery he is a watercolor artist and awsome at what he does.
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