At the Feet of Giants - Mug
At the Feet of Giants - Mug

At the Feet of Giants - alaska landscape - Mug

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Product Description

Enhance your morning routine with a beautiful work of art by impressionist artist Talya Johnson printed on your favorite ceramic mug. There are many designs from which to choose. From peaceful beach scenes, abstract landscapes, to vibrant floral, you are sure to find the right artistic coffee mug for you.

Tali’s paintings are carefully printed on ceramic mugs making for colorful house wares.Custom mugs also make thoughtful and affordable gifts for coffee and tea lovers alike. Available in two sizes: 11 oz. and 15 oz. Each ceramic mug is dishwasher and microwave safe. These mugs are professionally packed to ensure safe arrival to your home.

Image Description

Plein air landscape oil painting of Alaskan Mountains, by contemporary impressionist artist Talya Johnson. Pioneer Peak and Twin Peaks, cold, blue giants, towering over the Glen Highway.

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Behind the Canvas

Painting en plein air (on sight in open air) is not for the faint of heart in any location. But Alaska offers a particular set of challenges. If it isn't freezing and dark, it is most likely raining, overcast, offering very flat light and obstructing views of the mountains. So what a thrill it was to be able to complete this painting on site and nail down my concept immediately. Instead of focusing on the peaks, I painted the intersection between Pioneer Peak, and Twin Peaks, that is readily visible to anyone driving the Glenn Highway. I wanted to convey the sheer enormity of these mountains as compared to the minutia of the man-made highway. This is the feeling I get when I look at a master painter's work--as if I am standing in awe at the feet of a giants. The original sold at it's first exhibition.


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