Hushed October

Hushed October 12x12
Hushed October 12x12
Hushed October 12×12 Abstract Oil Painting

The title for this painting came from the Robert Frost poem called “October.” I was especially inspired by this phrase:

O hushed October morning mild,
Thy leaves have ripened to the fall;
Tomorrow’s wind, if it be wild,
Should waste them all.

I was attempting to convey the heartfelt emotion of the poem and portray the rollicking energy and color of late October.

I created this abstract painting using archival-grade oil paint, gold leaf, and natural non-toxic solvent on luxuriously thick, inch and a half deep gallery wrapped canvas. The edges are painted, so the piece is ready to hang unframed.

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