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Ice Cream Break

Carolyn Pennor
Ugallery 5345197840 UGallery

Acrylic painting on Stretched canvas New

Painting wraps around edges

Varnished and Ready to hang


Signed on front and back


20" h x 16" w x .75" d |1 lbs. 6 oz.

In stock $875



Artist Carolyn Pennor paints a playful portrait of a raccoon sitting on a flower-filled garden. The critter loves ice cream and with its tiny hands holds onto the dripping cone as it gulps the delicious treat. "The only problem is to finish it before it melts," says Carolyn. She paints with warm and pleasant colors applied mostly with flat brushes to achieve different painting balances. Carolyn paints blooming light yellow flowers to create harmony with the colors of the ice cream and the background.

Carolyn Pennor

Bolingbrook, Illinois

Carolyn’s subjects are inspired by everyday working people. Her aesthetic straddles the line between modern and folk, utilizing warm tones and simplified forms. The subjects in Carolyn’s paintings each tell a story. “When painting my characters I feel as though I have known them,” she says. After years of working in a banking environment, Carolyn is pleased to have transitioned to a more creative lifestyle. She now shares a studio with her husband, a fellow UGallery artist, and enjoys exercising her imagination and creativity.

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Carolyn Pennor 10/7/2018 | 6:40 PM

Dear K Sommer I am so sorry that I am responding so late to your question. I have been having a problem with my computer. The final coating is a clear protective acrylic varnish. Thank you very much for purchasing one of my favorite paintings. Carolyn

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K Sommer style="color: #000000;"9/3/2018 | 1:58 AM

Hello, Carolyn - I love your Moon Cow painting. I'm wondering if the edges are painted/wrapped and why the painting is "varnished"? Thank you very much!


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