Acrylic Painting - 24x36 Abstract
This painting came to life after an afternoon visit with my family to the Survivor at the OKC Bombing Memorial.
From the website, oklahomacitynationalmemorial.org
"It is more than 90 years old. An American Elm tree in the heart of downtown OKC, it survived the bomb's blast and witnessed one of the worst terrorist attacks on American soil...On April 19, 1995, the tree was almost chopped down to recover pieces of evidences that hung from its branches due to the force of the 4,000 pound bomb that killed 168 and injured hundreds more just yards away. Evidence was retrieved from the branches and the trunk of the tree. The inscription around the tree reads, "The spirit of this city and this nation will not be defeated; our deeply rooted faith sustains us."
*This painting, full of broad strokes and vibrant colors, will make a meaningful statement in any room.
*Painted with high quality acrylic paints on a 24x36 gallery stretched canvas with 1 3/4 inch deep sides.
*Top coated with polycrylic protective finish
*Ready to hang, no frame needed
*Ready to ship
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