Chopawamsic White Oak


This work is based on a plein air oil sketch that was done in Prince William National Forest, Virginia.  The painting features a massive white oak tree, on lands once home to the Algonkian people.  Originally, the National Forest was named the Chopawamsic Recreation Area, and the name Chopawamsic refers to some lands and islands in the marshy tidewater area near Occoquan Virginia along the Chesapeake Bay.  This is one of the larger paintings I have available for sale; the art measures 16×20″ and has been framed to a grand 28.5 x 25 inches.



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