Simply Twilight Sunset oil painting by Garry Purcell

Simply Twilight Sunset Original Oil Painting by Artist Garry Purcell

Simply Twilight Sunset Sunset Oil Painting

“Simply Twilight Sunset” is an original oil painting that depicts a serene and peaceful sunset scene. The painting features warm tones of blues, and red, blending together seamlessly to create a stunning sunset sky. The sun is shown just above the horizon, casting a soft and warm glow over the landscape. The painting captures the beauty of nature and the stillness of the moment, making it a perfect addition to any space that needs a touch of tranquility.

 

This Sunset oil painting was inspired by a couple of dead gum trees in a paddock by the side of the road.

The colours in the the sky were simply magic, I couldn’t resist painting this spectacular scene.

 

Simply Twilight Sunset Original Sunset Oil Painting by Australian artist Garry Purcell
Simply Twilight Sunset Original Sunset Oil Painting by Australian artist Garry Purcell

NOTE: This painting has been Sold

Listing Details Simply Twilight Sunset Oil Painting

Title: Simply Twilight Sunset

Artist: Garry Purcell

Medium Used: Artist Grade Paint
Support Type: Gallery Wrapped Stretched Canvas (Staples are on the back of the frame.)
Support Dimensions: 60cm x 50cm x 2cm (23 1/2″ x 19 3/4″ × 3/4″)

Short story about a Sunset with dead gum trees in a paddock by the side of the road

As the sun began to set, the sky turned into a beautiful canvas of dark blues, and purples. The dead gum trees in the paddock by the side of the road stood tall and lifeless, casting long shadows across the dry, dusty ground. It was a haunting sight, yet somehow mesmerizing. The silence was only broken by the occasional rustling of leaves and the distant sound of a car passing by on the road. It was a moment of peace, a moment to reflect on the beauty of nature and the fleetingness of life. As the sun dipped below the horizon, the colors of the sky faded away, leaving behind a quiet darkness. The dead gum trees stood as silent witnesses to the passing of time, a reminder that even in death, there is still beauty to be found.

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