I intended to do a painting primarily using cerulean blue, cobalt blue, and ultramarine blue.  When I was finished I attempted to entitle the piece with something "Blue." The only thing that came to mind was "Blue Lagoon," which sounded trite, so I settled on "Lagoon" (although I didn't set out to paint a lagoon). The paint was applied with a painting knife, brush, fingers and the end of a brush. The color wraps around the edges of the canvas and it come wired, ready to hang.

- Weldon Ball


Oil painting on stretched canvas

Signed on front and back

24" h x 18" w x 1.5" d
3 lbs. 0 oz.



Weldon Ball
Huntingdon, Tennessee

Getting to Know Weldon

Weldon Ball creates bright, abstract landscapes that oftentimes let viewers fill in the details of a nature scene. He currently lives in West Tennessee and finds inspiration in landscapes from the Southeast or his visits to Europe. He advises viewers of his art to really pause and appreciate the color and the way that they create space, depth and an inner source of light.