CHUCK PINSON COLLECTION – THE WAY IT USE TO BE
- Age10 years and up
- Item number3004
- GenderBoys and Girls
- Size500 x 700
- Players 1 or more players
- Weight0,70 kg
- EAN 9310281030049
This is the 4th series of 4 puzzles by Chuck and if they prove as popular as the other series they will sell quickly. A delight to do , great to collect and frame.
THE WAY IT USE TO BE
In generations past and simpler times, folks built and tended their farms in homestead fashion. To venture to the country one might find places like the one depicted in this painting called, “The Way It Used To Be,” where wild turkeys still roam free and old barns and old farmhouses still stand the test of time. Such places continue offer solace to the homesteader and visitor alike.
Dramatic landscape artist, Chuck Pinson, was born in 1978 and grew up in a small town in North Carolina, United States. His desire is to create images that enrich and inspire the viewer. His professional art career began in 2008 after many years of research and experience. Since that time, his art has grown to be loved by a worldwide audience, who appreciate the visual beauty and imaginative daydreams the paintings bring into their lives. Chuck is most often compared to Thomas Kincade
The inspiration behind the paintings comes from a love of beauty, a passion for truth, and the desire to create images that communicate positive feelings and bring joy to others. Each painting begins with contemplation of the beauty found within 4 realms: natural beauty, collective human experience, human engineering, and spirituality. This culminates in a vision for a new scene. Each layer of an oil painting takes many hours of concentration for a methodical refining of brush strokes, gradients, and detail. It usually takes several weeks of focus and concentration to capture one large detailed scene. Beyond the intricate brushstrokes of vibrant color and glowing light within his paintings, one can find heart-warming themes, such as nostalgia, escape, romance, natural beauty, faith, family, and the comforts of community. In short, he calls it Art for Inspired Living.TM The art of Chuck Pinson continues to grow in wide-scale popularity and is featured on many products around the world
– The Way it Use To Be
– Country Road Takes Me Home
– Reflections on Country living
– Share The Outdoors
- All Puzzles contain 1000 pieces and are 500 x 700 mm.