The tombs in the cemeteries of New Orleans are works of art in themselves. This tomb is located in Greenwood Cemetery on Canal Street, New Orleans.
This impressive, large-scale painting pays homage to this classic white marble family tomb. The remains of a cast-iron gate sit in front, sadly keeping no one out anymore. An Urn on top draped in cloth depicting the veil between life and death. The artful ornate carvings of the tomb are highlighted in layers of textural paint.
Just like the crumbling tombs, our process of using torn paper to create texture and imperfection. Paint wash is layered over to create this hauntingly beautiful emerald green backdrop in contrast to the white marble stone of the tomb. We hope we have captured the colorful history of this tomb.
Mixed Media Orginal Painting: Paper print mounted on wood panel, textured paper background, artfully enhanced with acrylic paint and oil pastel.
Original Size: 48" W x 67" H x 2" D
The original is a one-of-a-kind painting. Prints are created from a photo taken of the original painting.
Prints are on High-Quality Archival Paper with UV inks.
Print options are available for this piece in two sizes: Full Print and Half Print.
Full Print: 48" W x 67" H
Half Print: 24" W x 34" H
The painting was done at our New Orleans studio in Uptown by local artists Gregory and Susan Morris.
Gallery Haven is located in the French Quarter at 621 Toulouse Street.
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