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Original art for sale at UGallery.com | Stanley Tween by Heather Foster | $1,700 | acrylic painting | 18' h x 18' w | ..\art\acrylic-painting-Stanley-Tween

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Stanley Tween

Heather Foster
Ugallery 5345193567 UGallery

Acrylic painting on Stretched canvas New

Finished black edges

Ready to hang

One-of-a-kind

Signed on front and back

2021

18" h x 18" w x 1.5" d |2 lbs. 2 oz.

In stock $1,700

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"There is that point when kids are looking grown but at the same time still look like the young kids that they are," muses artist Heather Foster. "This guy was standing alone in a field near Stanley, New Mexico and was the epitome of that awkward in-between age, not even the equivalent of a teenager, so I labeled him as a tween. The mountains in the distance became a blue line, since Stanley is a wide-open flat plain, leaving the bold blue of the underpainting to remain visible."

Heather Foster

Santa Fe, New Mexico

Artist Heather Foster captures an enduring image of the West. She paints the dramatic landscapes and stalwart animals she encounters on her adventures to ranches and rodeos. Heather says she has always known she wanted to be an artist. As a child, she spent her weekends and summers riding the bus into Philadelphia to attend art classes at Philadelphia College of Art, Moore College of Art, and the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. Over the years, she's moved around the country quite a bit and done many jobs - everything from driving a pedicab (a giant tricycle that transports passengers) to art restoration and conservation (for one project, she unstretched and then restretched a $17 million painting that would not fit through the door of the buyer's house). The one constant though, no matter where she lived or what side jobs she held, she always made space and time to paint. Today, she works from a home studio in Santa Fe, painting from thousands of reference photographs she shoots on her travels. Her artwork has been featured in the magazines Southwest Art, American Art Collector, and Western Art Collector, and published in the books Art Journey New Mexico and The Book of the Horse.

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