Paul and I and our friends visited the city of Certaldo this past spring. Its is a walled city in Italy. You sure didn’t want to be considered guilty back then. We saw the jail, the court and the killing room. Then we climbed up high to the lookout area. The view was amazing. You can see that they would want to protect their farm land below and keep their city in tact. This view looked over the city buildings and all of their terracotta rooftops. I had a lot of fun with all the pattern and add a grid to mix it up a little. It was a good choice!
This original is framed in a double rag mat and framed in an elegant glazed brown wooden moulding.
This painting was on display at the Northstar Watermedia National Juried Exhibition