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'The Dream' by Melinda Cootsona

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'The Dream' by Melinda Cootsona

5,400.00

The Dream is an oil and cold wax on cradled panel 34" x 20" (2" depth) diptych by Silicon Valley artist Melinda Cootsona completed in 2016. The two cradled panels are attached and ready to hang, sides painted a neutral grey.

Cootsona is a nationally recognized and established contemporary painter who is in numerous private and corporate collections. Additional pictures and details available upon request.

"Thick, gooey oil paint is my medium, and my work is created by applying layers of shapes, colors, and textures of paint to the canvas over a period of days and weeks.

I have been teaching painting to students of all levels for 15 years. My goal is always to inspire students to find their own voice in their work, and to build their confidence in their creative process. This world needs more creative people and my goal is to help you find your creative potential whether you are a beginning, “returning,” or experienced artist."

—Melinda Cootsona

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The Dream is an oil and cold wax on cradled panel 34" x 20" (2" depth) diptych by Silicon Valley artist Melinda Cootsona completed in 2016. The two cradled panels are attached and ready to hang, sides painted a neutral grey.

Cootsona is a nationally recognized and established contemporary painter who is in numerous private and corporate collections. Additional pictures and details available upon request.

"Thick, gooey oil paint is my medium, and my work is created by applying layers of shapes, colors, and textures of paint to the canvas over a period of days and weeks.

I have been teaching painting to students of all levels for 15 years. My goal is always to inspire students to find their own voice in their work, and to build their confidence in their creative process. This world needs more creative people and my goal is to help you find your creative potential whether you are a beginning, “returning,” or experienced artist."

—Melinda Cootsona