Night Sky Over Delicate Arch

Delicate Artch, Arches National Park, Utah oil painting

© Copyright 2017 – Present

Size: 6″ x 6″
Support: Gallery wrap stretched canvas
Description: A nighttime representation of Delicate Arch, Arches National Park with the vastness of outer space used as a backdrop. Gallery wrap means the canvas wraps around the support. This allows the artist to paint around the edges of the painting. This painting will  not require a frame for hanging.


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$120 Plus S/H




Artist Comments: This painting is a depiction of Delicate Arch against the night sky. Delicate Arch is a 65-foot-tall by 45-foot-wide natural arch located in Arches National Park near Moab, Utah. This particular arch is the largest free-standing arch in the park. It is the most visited of all the 2000 geological formations within the park and receives visitors from all around the world. Through the years, the arch has had more than a few names, from “Cowboy’s Chaps”, “Schoolmarms Bloomer’s”, and “Old Maid’s Bloomers” to the prosaic “Salt Wash Arch”. The current name “Delicate” was given to the arch in 1934. The arch was formed by gradual wearing away of the sandstone by weathering and erosion. The other arches in the park were formed in the same manor. Delicate Arch is the most famous of all the arches in the national park and has become a symbolic icon for the state if Utah.

More information about the arch can be found by visiting this website.

Anyone who has visited this national park would probably agree it looks like the terrain of some faraway planet. I had the opportunity to visit this marvelous park in my younger days and it was a fascinating place that I definitely want to visit again someday.


Lighthouse Monument, Palo Duro Canyon State Park TX

light house monument palo duro canyon state park

© Copyright 2016 – Present

Size: 16″ x 12″
Support: Gallery wrap stretched canvas
Description: A landscape painting of the famous Lighthouse geological rock formation of Palo Duro Canyon. This painting will not need a frame as the painting image extends around the edges of the canvas.


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$280 Plus S/H





Artist Comments: In 2015 my husband Robert and I traveled to Amarillo TX on vacation. While there we visited the Palo Duro Canyon State Park several times as it quickly became the highlight of our trip. The Lighthouse Monument is one of many “must see” attractions when visiting this park. Multiple visits to the canyon also provided me with a lot of photo ops that will be used as reference material for future paintings of this park.

Fun Facts About Palo Duro Canyon State Park

Palo Duro Canyon State Park is located in the Texas Panhandle near Amarillo TX. Also called “The Grand Canyon of Texas” because of its size and its resemblance to the Grand Canyon located in Arizona. It is the second largest canyon in the U.S. measuring 120 miles long, 20 miles at its widest point and 800 feet at its maximum depth. It also has over 29,000 scenic acres for the tourist or vacationer to enjoy. Just like the Grand Canyon in Arizona, the Palo Duro Canyon features dramatic geological features, multicolored layers of rock and steep mesa walls.

For the park visitor there are hiking trails, camp grounds, horse back riding and more! The canyon is also host to TEXAS Outdoor Musical, the longest running musical ever performed on stage. This world renown musical drama has been performed on an outdoor stage in the canyon since 1965.

For more information about this Texas state park visit their website.


Some Unearthly Landscapes Around The World That Would Make Extraordinary Space Art Paintings

lunar footprint painting
First Footprint on the Moon

Are you looking for some inspiration or ideas for that next space art painting? As you can imagine, space artists have a bit of a challenge when it comes to reference material for their cosmic paintings. After all is said and done, they can’t travel off to some other planet to paint on location. One way for these artists to remedy this situation is to travel around the world in search of suitable typography that will make them feel like they’re on another planet.

Below is a list of earthly locations right here on Earth with some rather surreal looking places featuring lunar-like rock formations or “out-of-this-world” looking dunes that, when combined with a little imagination, would make for some rather extraordinary paintings of other world places. This is by no means a comprehensive list and there are no photos, however, if you do a search for each location that is listed below in “Google images” you will find some suitable images to work with.


space art painting Neil Armstrong astronautFirst Man on The Moon
Space Art by Teresa Bernard
24″ x 18″
Oils on gallery wrap stretched canvas

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  • Antelope Canyon, Arizona
  • surreal landscapes
    Avenue of the Baobabs, Madagascar

    Avenue of the Baobabs, Madagascar

  • Badab-e Surt, Iran
  • Berca Mud Volcanoes, Romania
  • Black Desert, Egypt
  • Bisti/De-Na-Zin Wilderness, New Mexico
  • Capadoccia, Turkey
  • Cano Cristales, Serranía De La Macarena, Colombia
  • Cariboo Region, British Columbia, Canada
  • Cave In Algarve, Portugal
  • Cave of Crystals, Mexico
  • Cenote Angelita, Mexico
  • Champagne Pool, Waiotapu, New Zealand
  • Chocolate Hills, Bohol, Philippines
  • Dallol Volcano, Ethiopia
  • Danakil Depression, Ethiopia
  • Danau Kelimutu, Nusa Tenggara Timur, Indonesia
  • Devils Tower National Monument, Wyoming
  • other worldly landscape
    Devil’s Town, Serbia

    Devil’s Town, Serbia

  • Dragonblood Trees, Socotra, Yemen
  • Egerszalok, Hungary
  • Emerald Ice On Baikal Lake, Russia
  • Eye of the Sahara, Mauritania
  • Eyes Of The Devil – Prohodna Cave, Bulgaria
  • Fingal’s Cave, Scotland
  • Fly Ranch Geyser, Nevada
  • Gates To Hell, Derweze, Turkmenistan
  • Giant’s Causeway, Northern Ireland
  • Glowworms Cave, New Zealand
  • Grand Canyon, Arizona
  • Grand Prismatic Spring, Wyoming
  • Hang Son Doong Cave, Vietnam
  • Hornocal Mountains, Argentina
  • Ischigualasto Provincial Park, Argentina
  • Jökulsárlón, Iceland
  • Kerið – Grímsnes, Island
  • Kerlingarfjoll, Iceland
  • Koekohe Beach, New Zealand
  • Lake Natron, Tanzania
  • Lençóis Maranhenses National Park, Brazil
  • Marble Caves, Chile
  • Meteora, Greece
  • Monte Roraima, Venezuela
  • Moon Valley, Chapada dos Veadeiros National Park, Brazil
  • Mt. Roraima, Venezuela
  • Naica Mine, Mexico
  • Namib Desert, Namibia
  • Nishinoshima, Japan
  • Odle, Dolomites, Italy
  • Painted Dunes, Lassen Volcanic National Park, USA
  • Pamukkale, Turkey
  • Pancake Rocks, New Zealand
  • Perito Moreno Glacier, Argentina
  • Pinnacles Desert, Western Australia
  • alien landscape
    Rainbow Mountains, Vinicunca, Peru

    Rainbow Mountains, Vinicunca, Peru

  • Red Beach, Panjin, China
  • Rock Cave, Petra, Jordan
  • Roraima, Venezuela
  • Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia
  • Salvador Dali Desert, Uyuni, Bolivia
  • Seven Colors Rocks, Mauritius
  • Seven Giants, Russia
  • Shilin Stone Forest, China
  • Skaftafell Glacier, Iceland
  • Sossusvlei, Namibia
  • Spotted Lake, Canada
  • The Wave, Arizona
  • The White Desert, Egypt
  • Tianzi Mountains, China
  • Tongariro National Park, New Zealand
  • Tsingy De Bemaraha, Madagascar
  • Tunnel of Love, Ukraine
  • Twelve Apostles, Australia
  • Uluru, Australia
  • Valley of Fire State Park, Nevada
  • Valley of the Moon, Atacama Desert, Chile
  • Wave Rock, Australia
  • White Sands National Monument, New Mexico
  • Whitehaven Beach, Australia
  • Window To Hell, Kamchatka, Russia
  • Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
  • Zhangye Danxia National Geological Park, China

This is by no means an exhaustive list, nor is it in any particular order. When you visit these places be sure to take your camera along to take lots of reference photos for your paintings. Once you get back to your studio you will have lots of fun as you immortalize your memories of these places on canvas wall art.

Did your favorite “alien” landscape location make the list? If not, and you think it would make an extraordinary space art painting, feel free to add it below in comments.

Additional Reading

Becoming an Artist of Space Paintings

Space Art by Teresa Bernard


Some Popular Beaches Around The World That Would Make Fabulous Oil Paintings

 

OR coast south of the sea lion caves
Oregon Coast South of the Sea Lion Caves

Why do oil paintings of popular places, especially beaches around the world? Because people love to travel to places like these and create memories they will take home with them. When vacationers want to be reminded of a favorite location where lots of wonderful memories were made they turn to visual aides. These can be in the form of photographs or they can be paintings that will be hung on the walls of their home or office. As an artist, painting canvases of well traveled vacation spots can mean revenue for you because people will want to buy paintings that remind them of the fun times they had. This is a resource you will not want to overlook if you are wanting to make a living from your art.


east coast lighthouse paintingCurrituck Beach Lighthouse
Marine landscape by Teresa Bernard
11″ x 14″
Oils on stretched canvas

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  • anse lazio beach
    Anse Lazio, Praslin Island, Seychelles

    Anse Lazio, Praslin Island, Seychelles

  • Baia do Sancho, Fernando de Noronha, Brazil
  • Beach at Cape May, Cape May, New Jersey
  • Beach at Panama City, Panama City Beach, Florida
  • Cabo San Lucas, Los Cabos, Baja California, Mexico
  • Camp’s Bay Beach, Camps Bay, South Africa
  • Cape Hatteras National Seashore, Cape Hatteras, North Carolina
  • Carlsbad State Beach, Carlsbad, California
  • Cayo de Agua, Los Roques National Park, Venezuela
  • Children’s Beach, Nantucket, Massachusetts
  • Clearwater Beach, Clearwater, Florida
  • Coronado Municipal Beach, Coronado, California
  • Crystal Cove State Park, Laguna Beach, California
  • Diani Beach, Diani Beach, Kenya
  • Eagle Beach, Palm – Eagle Beach, Aruba
  • beach in Greece
    Elafonissi Beach, Elafonissi, Greece

    Elafonissi Beach, Elafonissi, Greece

  • Fort Myers Beach, Fort Myers Beach, Florida
  • Flamenco Beach, Culebra, Puerto Rico
  • Grace Bay, Providenciales, Turks and Caicos
  • Hanalei Beach, Hanalei, Hawaii
  • Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve, Honolulu, Hawaii
  • Hollywood Beach, Hollywood, Florida
  • Hulopo’e Beach, Manele Bay, Hawaii
  • Hunting Island State Park, Beaufort, South Carolina
  • Iztuzu Beach, Dalyan, Turkey
  • Ka’anapali Beach, Lahaina, Hawaii
  • Kailua Beach Park, Kailua, Hawaii
  • Kauna’oa Bay, Kauna’oa Bay, Hawaii
  • La Jolla Cove, La Jolla, California
  • Main Beach, East Hampton, New York
  • Manini’owali Beach (Kua Bay), Kailua-Kona, Hawaii
  • Miami Beach, Miami Beach, Florida, United States
  • Moshup Beach, Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts
  • Myrtle Beach, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
  • Nai Harn Beach, Nai Harn, Thailand
  • Newport Beach, Newport Beach, California
  • Ngapali Beach, Ngapali, Myanmar
  • Ogunquit Beach, Ogunquit, Maine
  • Pensacola Beach, Pensacola Beach, Florida
  • Playa de Ses Illetes, Formentera, Balearic Islands
  • Playa del Carmen, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico
  • Playa Manuel Antonio, Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica
  • Playa Paraiso, Cayo Largo, Cuba
  • Playa Paraiso, Tulum, Mexico
  • Hawaii beach
    Poipu Beach Park, Poipu, Hawaii

    Poipu Beach Park, Poipu, Hawaii

  • Rabbit Beach, Lampedusa, Islands of Sicily
  • Race Point Beach, Provincetown, Massachusetts
  • Radhanagar Beach, Havelock Island, Andaman and Nicobar Islands
  • St. Augustine Beach, Saint Augustine Beach, Florida
  • Saint Pete Beach, St. Pete Beach, Florida
  • Sharm El Luli, Marsa Alam, Egypt
  • Siesta Beach, Siesta Key, Florida
  • South Beach, Miami Beach, Florida
  • Surfside Beach, Nantucket, Massachusetts
  • Wai’anapanapa State Park, Hana, Hawaii
  • West Bay Beach, West Bay, Honduras
  • White Beach, Boracay, Aklan Province
  • Whitehaven Beach, Whitsunday Island, Whitsunday Islands
  • Woolacombe Beach, Woolacombe, United Kingdom

This is by no means an exhaustive list, nor is it in any particular order. When you visit these places be sure to take your camera along to take lots of reference photos for your paintings. Once you get back to your studio you will have lots of fun as you immortalize your memories of these places on canvas wall art.

Did your favorite beach make the list? If not, and you think it would make a lovely seaside painting, feel free to add it below in comments.

Additional Reading

Some Famous Places Around The World That Would Make A Great Sunset Painting


Some Famous Places Around The World That Would Make A Great Sunset Painting

sunset reference photo
Texas sunset

Sunsets are beautiful and some places in the world are well-known for their specular evening skies. One reason sunsets are so popular is because the warmth and charm of all those brilliant rays of sunlight which capture people’s attention in a magic way. In the hands of a skilled artist, the setting sun in any one of these locations would make great sunset oil paintings. Places with wide open skies over the ocean or desert offers uninterrupted viewing of the setting sun. Still other landscapes offer contrast of dramatic peaks, landforms, and architecture to offset the evening’s brilliant colors.

From this list it’s easy to see why these particular places have become popular when you take an already picturesque setting and then flood it with the intense reds, yellows, purples, and blues cast by a sinking sun. If you are serious about wanting to capture the beauty of sunsets on canvas, here are some well-known places to check out that are famous for their sunsets. Painting on location or using a reference photo of these locations will assist you in creating spectacular sunsets on canvas.


lunar landscape painting on canvas“Moonset”
Space Art by Teresa Bernard
20″ x 16″
Oils on gallery wrap stretched canvas

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Did your state, country, or location make the list? If not, and you feel it would make a lovely sunset painting, add it below in comments.

  • mexican sunset
    Acapulco, Mexico

    Acapulco, Mexico

  • Addick’s Reservoir, Houston, TX
  • Algarve, Portugal
  • Angkor Wat, Cambodia
  • Atacama Desert, Chile
  • Austin, TX
  • Auvers, France
  • Ayers Rock, Australian Outback
  • Big Ben State Park, TX
  • Big Sur, CA
  • Broome, Western Australia
  • Bora-Bora, Tahiti
  • Cairo, Egypt
  • Canals of Amsterdam
  • Cantabria, Spain
  • Capernaum, Israel
  • Copano Bay, Rockport, TX
  • Dolomites, Veneto, Italy
  • Dornbirn, Austria
  • Dubrovnik, Croatia
  • Ensign Peak, Salt Lake City, UT
  • Fort Myers, FL
  • Florence, Italy
  • Franklin Mountains, El Paso, TX
  • Grand Canyon, AZ
  • Great Pyramids, Egypt
  • Grundarfjordur, Iceland
  • Hangzhou, China
  • Hartford, WI
  • Ipanema Beach, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
  • Isle of Skye, Scotland
  • Jerusalem, Israel
  • Key West, FL
  • Laguna Beach, CA
  • Lake Annecy, French Alps
  • Lake Phelps, NC
  • Lofoten, Norway
  • Lonsdale, Australia
  • Lubbock, TX
  • Martha’s Vineyard, MA
  • Maasai Mara, Kenya
  • Masai Mara, Kenya
  • Matterhorn, Switzerland
  • Maui, Hawaii
  • Miami Beach, FL
  • Mount Bromo, Indonesia
  • Mount Haleakala, Hawaii
  • Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa
  • Namib-Naukluft Park, Africa
  • Old Fort Marcy Park, Santa Fe, NM
  • Paris, France
  • Peggy’s Cove, Nova Scotia
  • Phuket, Thailand
  • Pfeiffer Beach, CA
  • Port Waikato, New Zealand
  • Puerto Galera, Philippines
  • Puglia, Italy
  • Queens Sound, Chicoteague, VA
  • Queensland, Australia
  • San Diego, CA
  • Santa Monica, CA
  • Santorini, Greece
  • State of Alaska
  • State of Texas
  • Stonehenge, England
  • Sussex, UK
  • Tanah Lot Temple, Bali
  • The Florida Keys, USA
  • The Rocky Mountains, USA
  • The Serengeti, Tanzania
  • Uithuizermeeden, The Netherlands
  • Uluru, Australia
  • Vancouver Island, Canada
  • Venice, Italy
  • Wategos, Australia
  • West Devon, England
  • Wichita Falls, TX
  • Zermatt, Switzerland

Anyone who has ever visited one these places and witnessed the sun going down at the end of the day would love having a sunset painting as a reminder of good times spent there.

This is by no means an exhaustive list, nor is it in any particular order. When you visit these places be sure to take your camera along to take lots of reference photos for your paintings. Once you get back to your studio you will have lots of fun as you immortalize your memories of these places on canvas wall art.

Artist Blog

Why I Love Sunset Oil Paintings

Oil Paintings of Texas Sunsets

If you know of place not on this list that would make a gorgeous sunset, please fill free to share it below.

Additional Reading

Photographing the Setting Sun for Your Sunset Paintings

Tips For Creating Stunning Sunset Paintings

Sunset Paintings Collection

Sunsets have been a favorite genre of mine to paint throughout my life as an artist. Sunsets (and sunrises) are beautiful subjects for paintings with the rich, vibrant, warm colors like red, yellow and orange. They may be outlined with the beach, sea or mountains. And clouds are also an integral part with their multitudes of colors as the they capture the last rays of the setting sun. Each painting below is an original painted by me. Several of the ones shown are also part of other collections or series.


western sunset oil paintingCowboy Sunset
Landscape by Teresa Bernard
24″ x 18″
Oils on gallery wrap stretched canvas

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Garden Tomb, Jerusalem paintingThe Garden Tomb at Sunset
Landscape by Teresa Bernard
12″ x 9″
Oils on stretched canvas

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African art Camelthorn TreesCamelthorn Trees of Africa
Landscape painting by Teresa Bernard
24″ x 24″
Oils on stretched canvas

 

This is a sunrise painting of a famous national park in Africa. I love the surrealness about it, yet this is very much a realistic painting.

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Sunset oil paintingCalvary at Sunset
Landscape by Teresa Bernard
20″ x 16″
Oils on stretched canvas

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Austin TX sunsetSunset Over Texas
Landscape by Teresa Bernard
12″ x 9″
Oils on canvas panel board

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Peggy's Cove oil paintingReturn to Peggy’s Cove
Seascape by Teresa Bernard
20″ x 18″
Oils on stretched canvas

 

This is a sunrise painting I was commissioned to paint. Sunrises are also a favorite of mine and this one particular is no exception. I love the way the warmth of the sun begins to peek from behind the building on the peer and shine down in the water and bath the side of the boat.

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snow mountain paintingScaling Mt. Kilimanjaro
Snow Painting by Teresa Bernard
24″ x 18″
Oils on gallery wrap stretched canvas

 

A sunrise painting I was commissioned to paint of this famous place in Africa. I love the way the mountain is silhouetted against the sky with a rising sun.

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Bible Lands Collection

The oil paintings in this series are of ancient Bible places and also modern day Israel. I’ve always wanted to travel and visit these places, to walk the streets of the cities I read about in the Bible and explore the culture of the peoples who live there. Maybe someday.

For the Lord your God is bringing you into a good land, a land of brooks of water, of fountains and springs, flowing forth in valleys and hills; a land of wheat and barley, of vines and fig trees and pomegranates, a land of olive oil and honey; a land where you will eat food without scarcity, in which you will not lack anything; a land whose stones are iron, and out of whose hills you can dig copper. When you have eaten and are satisfied, you shall bless the Lord your God for the good land which He has given you. — Deuteronomy 8:7-10 New American Standard Bible (NASB)

All reference photos used as source material for the paintings in this series is with permission and courtesy of www.BiblePlaces.com — Photos of Israel from the Pictorial Library of Bible Lands.


 Jerusalem paintingThe Garden Tomb at Sunset
Landscape by Teresa Bernard
12″ x 9″
Oils on stretched canvas

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Irong Age Pottery Still LifeStill Life with Iron Age Pottery
Still life by Teresa Bernard
14″ x 11″
Oils on stretched canvas

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Holy Lands wall artSea of Galilee at Capernaum
Landscape by Teresa Bernard
20″ x 16″
Oils on stretched canvas

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Garden of Gethsemane IsraelThe Garden Tomb
Landscape by Teresa Bernard
9″ x 12″
Oils on stretched canvas

 

This painting is part of my private art collection.

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Peggy’s Cove Collection

Peggy’s Cove is one of the numerous small fishing communities located on the eastern shores of St. Margarets Bay in Nova Scotia. This location is also famous for the Peggy’s Point Lighthouse (established 1868). Each year many artists and photographers flock to this location to capture its beauty in their creative works. It is also a favorite tourist destination for many vacationers.

The Peggy’s Cove Series didn’t start out to be a series. I did my first painting of this series in 2005 while living on the east coast in the Norfolk VA area. I loved the way the bright red house stood out in contrast to the water and landscape around it, so I decided to do a painting of this famous Nova Scotia cove.  Two years later the painting sold to a doctor living in Maine. Shortly after the sale a collector from Louisiana commissioned me to do two more paintings of the cove for her. I love this location in Canada and plan on more paintings to add to this series in the near future.

A lot of artists have painted this famous cove and it’s easy to see why. You may have noticed that two of the painting are very similar. They are of the same viewpoint, however, since I strive to not create two identical paintings I did paint some differences between the two.


peggy's cove nova scotia oil paintingPeggy’s Cove
Seascape by Teresa Bernard
20″ x 16″
Oils on stretched canvas

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peggy's cove wall artPeggy’s Cove Revisited
Seascape by Teresa Bernard
20″ x 16″
Oils on stretched canvas

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Peggy's Cove oil paintingReturn to Peggy’s Cove
Seascape by Teresa Bernard
20″ x 18″
Oils on stretched canvas

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Scaling Mt. Kilimanjaro

snow mountain painting

© Copyright 2011 – Present

Size: 24″ x 18″
Support: Gallery wrap stretched canvas
Description: A snow painting of a hiker scaling up Mt. Kilimanjaro in Africa. This painting was commissioned by an art collector in New Jersey. It did not require framing as the painting extended around the edges of the canvas.

Commissions: This particular painting was a commission, however, if you desire to have a similar one painted for you contact us. For more information on how to commission a painting select Art Commissions Info.


Artist Comments: This was a commission painting done for a client who had hiked up Mt. Kilimanjaro one year. The client supplied the photo from her trip for this painting. Since this was a memorable trip for my client, I kept the painting as close to the photograph as possible. My client loved the finished painting and proudly displays it in her living room where it receives many favorable comments from her guests.

About Mt. Kilimanjaro

Located in Tanzania Africa, Mt. Kilimanjaro is actually a dormant volcano and also happens to be the highest mountain in Africa at 19,340 feet above sea level. Its three volcanic cones are named Kibo, Mawenzi, and Shira. It isn’t certain where the name Kilimanjaro originates from, but there are several theories about that. A few possible meanings could be Mountain of Light, Mountain of Greatness, or Mountain of Caravans. Or it might not be any of these.

This mountain is a popular attraction for hikers and mountain climbers from all over the globe. Some estimate that more people have died trekking up Mt. Kilimanjaro than Mount Everest. However, it needs to be pointed out that Everest is attempted by significantly fewer climbers than Kilimanjaro.


The Garden Tomb

Garden of Gethsemane Israel painting

© Copyright 2004 – Present

Size: 9″ x 12″
Support: Stretched canvas
Description: An oil painting of a famous Israeli garden visited by many every year. It depicts the Garden Tomb at Gethsemane.

Artist Comments: This painting of a rock-cut tomb situated in the Garden of Gethsemane in Jerusalem, and is one of my personal favorites. This famous Israeli location is believed by many Christians to be the burial and resurrection place of Jesus Christ after His crucifixion at Golgotha, the place of the skull. Being a devout Christian, this particular painting has a lot of personal meaning for me. It is one of two I painted of this famous travel place. The other painting is called The Garden Tomb at Sunset.

The Burial and Resurrection of Jesus the Christ
“As evening approached, there came a rich man from Arimathea, named Joseph, who had himself become a disciple of Jesus. Going to Pilate, he asked for Jesus’ body, and Pilate ordered that it be given to him. Joseph took the body, wrapped it in a clean linen cloth, and placed it in his own new tomb that he had cut out of the rock. He rolled a big stone in front of the entrance to the tomb and went away.” Matthew 27:57-60

“He is not here: for He is risen, as he said. Come, see the place where the Lord lay.” Matthew 28:6

The Garden Tomb is part of the Holy Lands series.

Note: This painting is part of Teresa’s private art collection and is not for sale.