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Olympic National Park Painting: Misty Morning

Olympic National Park Painting: Misty Morning by Stefan Baumann 12x 18 Oil on Oil Primed Linen Canvas Mounted on Panel Framing 3″ dark brown wood costume frame Signed Lower Left – Baumann GV in Red Paint    Completion Date: 2005 On Verso Framed Inscribed in pencil LR “Misty Morning By Stefan Baumann.” On the Back of Panel Artist inscribed –  “Misty Morning By Stefan Baumann” in Pen Artist’s Comments (From Post A Foggy Day in Olympic National Park) I chose a cold and foggy landscape to paint with a beach that was empty and quiet except for a few seals and…

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A Foggy Morning in Olympic National Park

“Misty Morning in Olympic National Park” The first time I traveled to Olympic National Park, I went to paint a scene of a foggy morning on the coastline in the Park for my PBS series, “The Grand View, America’s National Park through the Eyes of an Artist.” We drove through the Elma Valley and over to the Olympic peninsula where more than 73 miles of the northern Pacific coast is protected by the Olympic National Park. Visitors are able to experience miles of magnificent coastline full of tide pools, sandy beaches, and rocky cliffs. I chose a cold and foggy landscape…

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