WAOWing the Centennial State / Whellock, Ginger3
Women Artists of the West
7/06/2013 - 7/28/2013
Cultural Arts Council of Estes Park

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Whellock, Ginger3

Ginger Whellock

Windswept Mesa
Oil
20" x 30"
$4200.00

"I paint from and with a sense of peace and tranquility; my paintings reveal my emotional attachment to the
landscape wherever I choose to paint. They are filled with hope and abundance, fulfillment and joy. They are
realistic, though not romantic and meditative in temperament. They may contain evidence of human presence,
but only occasionally do they contain people. I can think of nothing more perfect than Mother Nature's earthly
setting to paint. She provides all of us with a beautiful gift every day - the gift of a thriving, bountiful and inspiring
home.
I want to present to you, through my paintings, a profound reason to protect and preserve our awesome planet
forever.'