Prickly Pear, Early Summer By Lynn Rushton


Original Oil on Linen Canvas

30×40 Unframed

The prickly pear is a cactus fruit that is actually a berry. The peak season for prickly pears is late summer through early winter.


Lynn RushtonLynn Noelle Rushton brings the Texas native’s bravado and love of the West to her work. Focusing on work-a-day scenes from daily life, in oil, water media, and the ancient hot wax medium of encaustic. She describes her work as ‘painted stories.’ Drawing on the rich cultural history of the west, she combines the techniques of European post impressionism with subject matter that resonates with the monumental scene painters of the WPA and the 30’s and 40’s. She has taught numerous master’s painting classes on the University level. She has studied Art History at Tulane University has earned a Masters in Art from Texas Tech University a BFA in painting from Vanderbilt University and won numerous awards nationally. She has painted plein air in Europe, Asia and South America. She lives and paints in Dallas, Texas.

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Weight 25 lbs
Dimensions 30 x 40 x 3 in

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