Snowy Mountains on a Colorful Winter Night Mixed Media

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Snowy Mountains on a Colorful Winter Night by Beverly Claire Kaiya

Snowy Mountains on a Colorful Winter Night mixed media work. Note: The watermark in the preview above will not appear on the original work.

Snow falls on a mountain range at night, turning the mountains’ peaks white and stand out against the colorful landscape. A mixed media work using watercolor, Japanese washi paper with gold flecks, and digital enhancement.

色鮮やかな風景の中、山脈に雪が降り、山頂を白くさせ輝かせてくれます。水彩+和紙+デジタルの作品です。

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A detail screenshot:

Detail screenshot of "Snowy Mountains on a Colorful Winter Night" watercolor painting

Detail screenshot of “Snowy Mountains on a Colorful Winter Night” watercolor painting

Here’s a framing idea:

Framing idea for "Snowy Mountains on a Colorful Winter Night" watercolor painting's enlarged art print version.

Framing idea for “Snowy Mountains on a Colorful Winter Night” watercolor painting’s enlarged art print version.

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I made a customizable pillow with the artwork:

Customizable postcards, greeting cards and mousepads are also available.

Send these as gifts with a matching, customizable postage stamp:

I thought the snowy, colorful landscape fit a favorite quote of mine about blazing your own trail. The quote “Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail” is by the American poet Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803-1882).

Finally, here’s a framing idea for the Emerson version:

Artwork by Beverly Claire Kaiya

A simple blue frame with white mat will make the quote stand out.

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If you’d like a different proverb or saying please send me a message! I’ll customize the image for your for free.

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