The first warm light of a new day casts a beautiful glow on a once busy farm.  I used layers of thin oil glaze to achieve the misty blush. 

- Gail Greene

Looking Back

Oil painting on stretched canvas
Painting wraps around edges
Ready to hang

Signed on front

18" h x 24" w x .9" d
3 lbs. 4 oz.



Gail Greene
Holiday, Florida

Getting to Know Gail

Gail Greene’s paintings rarely end up the way she started them. After an initial block in, she steps back and studies the canvas. Whether it’s adding a spontaneous waterfall or painting new cliffs, she’s usually tinkering with something. Her intention with art is simple – to make the viewer feel good. When she’s not making art, Gail has her hands in many different pots. She’s a retired realtor, currently owns and operates a pet sitting service, and loves working in the garden in her spare time. The easel, though, is where Gail lets herself get lost.