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Sailing Forest Sea is a painting by Debbie Nester which was uploaded on August 19th, 2013.
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Acrylic with Watercolor painting on an Oyster Shell. The bottom was cropped to remove the date, and it has a blue background so as to not take away... more
Sailing Forest Sea
Painting - Acrylic With Watercolor On Oyster Shell
Acrylic with Watercolor painting on an Oyster Shell. The bottom was cropped to remove the date, and it has a blue background so as to not take away from the shell.
August 19th, 2013
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Happy Thanksgiving, Happy Holidays, and Merry Christmas. Please keep me and my family in your prayers, for righteousness sake - for Freedom from those who have harmed us and seek to harm us, may the God of Divine Light protect us. Remember: Be Peace to Have Peace. May Peace fill all hearts with Blessed Light Divine! Debbie at Debbie Nester Fine Art http://debbie-nester.artistwebsites.com
WHat a great start to your marketing effort.
Best of luck!
Debbie Nester replied:
Thank you Jim! Have a great day! Debbie at Debbie Nester Fine Art: http://debbie-nester.artistwebsites.com
To purchase more of my Fine Art Oil Painting, Acrylic Canvas, Watercolors, Pencil Drawings, Poetry, Photography, including many more of my Fine Art Photography of this Famous Skipjack with the sail in various positionings, please send me an e-mail through this website and I will contact you. Thank you, Debbie at Debbie Nester Fine Art http://debbie-nester.artistwebsites.com
I want this Fine Art piece available for sale as it shows - many people told me it is their favorite of my Fine Art, and so I don't want to change anything about it. Thank you, Debbie
The Sailboat shown in my Acrylic Painting, with one of the shades of blue being Watercolor used thick, "Sailing Forest Sea," is the same Sailboat shown in my Watercolor Painting "Skipjack Nathan of Dorchester," an awesomely beautiful Ship which people can take a sail on. Nathan of Dorchester, I was told by a crew member, used to be a working boat where Oysters, Clams, and Crab, for example, were caught and sold to help sustain life on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. The Watermen work grueling jobs out on the Sea and in the Bay, collecting seafood. My Acrylic Canvas Painting: "Watermen's Boat and Shanty on the Shore," was painted in honor of the Watermen, thus, the boat in the painting representing the Watermen - my inspiration for doing the painting, and the boat, old, representing the Centuries of hard work the Watermen did, and so, in honor of them, and the Shanty was inspired by the Shanty at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum (I gave the Museum a print of the Original and was told they would put it in a picture frame and hang it in the Museum, so I hope they did so), and the Sunset represents one I saw around the time I did the painting. I will post one of my Photographs of Skipjack Nathan of Dorchester with special thanks to the Captain and Crew, especially that wonderful Lady whose kindness is unsurpassed! Thank you! Debbie
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