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Dean Mitchell - Snow Hills -  LIMITED EDITION PRINT Published by the Greenwich Workshop

Artist Dean Mitchell has been earning awards since he was in his 20s. The over-400 to date include top honors from the National Watercolor Society and American Watercolor Society, the Arts for the Parks Medal for Overall Excellence and twice he received the watercolor award in recognition of exceptional artistic merit at the prestigious Masters of the American West Show at the Autry National Center in Los Angeles. Referred to as “a virtual modern-day Vermeer” by "The New York Times," his portraits of people and places are infused with a sense of dignity as well as a sense of loss and beauty the artist often attributes to growing up poor and without a father.

“I am always searching for a sense of place — a sense of intimacy in my work,” he says. The landscape, "Snow Hills," conveys much of the austere beauty of rural Americana in winter and then some. Scrappy vegetation and fence posts lean in toward the snow-covered road that leads the eye up through the scene to an unknown point in the future. This beautiful composition, painted in watercolor, is reproduced as a Fine Art Giclée on watercolor paper. The resulting edition, barely distinguishable from the original artwork, will bring a quiet grace to any wall.

Snow Hills
by Dean Mitchell

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LIMITED EDITION PRINT
Image size: 21"w x 14"h.
Limited Edition of: 50
Originally Published:
January 2012
$275.00 Also Available As:

LIMITED EDITION PRINT
Image size: 30"w x 20"h.
Limited Edition of: 25
$475.00


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Dean Mitchell
It is said that you must suffer for your art. Dean Mitchell understands the sentiment, but is not ruled by it. But the images of the life he sees around him are filled with emotion, whether it is a painting of a plain, light- splashed, whiteboard-paneled Southern church or a woman bowing in prayer. It is etched in the portraits of his grandmother’s face, who raised him from the age of eleven months in a small town near Tallahassee, Florida. As a child, Mitchell knew he wanted to be an artist, a seemingly impossible choice for a boy in his circumstances, but he bought a set of oils when he was twelve and won two awards in the very first art competition he entered. He started painting in watercolor when he was attending the Columbus School of Art and Design in Ohio and his first job was teaching art at a Boy’s Club for ten dollars an hour. Things changed when he started entering his paintings in competitions regularly. His exceptional ability in showing a special side of the seemingly ordinary gained immediate attention and reward. Within just a few years, Mitchell had won more than two hundred major art awards, including first prize at London, England’s T.H. Saunders International Artist and Watercolour Show, top honors from the National Watercolor Society, the Art for the Parks Medal for Overall Excellence and the Hubbard Art Award for Excellence.


 

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