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Scott Kennedy Rocky Mountain Gold Limited Edition Print 


Scott Kennedy Rocky Mountain Gold Limited Edition Print   Scott Kennedy

Status: Available | Condition: New | Edition:Limited Edition  | Edition Size: Limited to 550 | Dim:38 x 19.25 | Scott Kennedy| Item #: K000037

Price: $ 175.00 USD      

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Available for purchase today, October  28, 2016

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NOTES: Scott says Rocky Mountain Gold is my first bona-fide true-blue landscape... Of the Maroon Bells near Aspen, he tells us that he and his wife went camping there, and that when they awoke the next morning ...snow had fallen that night, and the trees were glowing with gold. The mountains just loomed there, like cathedrals, causing people to whisper as if they were in a holy place.

Rocky Mountain Gold Limited Edition Print   by Scott Kennedy Is a Limited Edition production by the Artist. Comes with a Certificate of Authenticity which affirms that this Art Work is an authentic Limited Edition production from  Scott Kennedy. This Limited Edition is Signed and Numbered by the artist.

Scott Kennedy bio

"From the glories of nature to the playfulness of sled dogs to the smile of a child, Scott Kennedy has journeyed all over the American and Canadian wilderness to discover there s no place like home. Beginning his artistic career capturing watercolor adventure in the wilds, he made a purposeful transition to acrylics to share the joys of camping, hiking, dog sledding, fishing and family. ""Acrylic colors can be layered so that they remind me of stained glass,"" he says, ""inspiring me to paint images that are more intimate as well as majestic."" Frequent childhood camping trips with his father instilled in him a reverence for the outdoors. Frequent lessons with his artist mother taught him line, color and perspective, starting at the age of three. He originally intended to work toward a dual major in wildlife biology and art at Colorado State University, but soon art proved the more attractive. He was not at a loss for subject matter, starting with his own experiences white water rafting and exploring the wild. His work reflected his love and understanding of both wild places and the creatures who inhabit them—including the people who respect nature. Soon, however, the growth of his family and the inclusion of loyal pets brought Kennedy s attention down from the mountains and many collectors are devoted to his heartwarming portraits of frisky sled dogs as well as siblings learning from each other or their parents. Now Kennedy s art of both the great outdoors and the joys of home is collected in America and more than a dozen countries around the world. ""It s not only a pleasure for me,"" he says, ""but also an act of reverence to paint what I see around me."""