Living at the Mouth of the White Oak River by Jim Phillips
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Acrylic painting on 12″×9″ canvas panel

Many beautiful homes line the shores of the White Oak River as it flows East through North Carolina and starts to widen as it greets the salt waters of the Atlantic Ocean.

Buy it, I’m already well into my 60’s and if I’m going to be famous, well, I’m running out of time. I like to think my work has been influenced by the great impressionists, although my wife says it’s because I won’t go and get my eyes checked. At any rate, I do love to paint watercolour and acrylics and it’s a true wish of mine that you enjoy viewing my work. Go ahead and let me know what you think, I love to read your comments. (Well….the good ones anyway.)

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  • Holly Martinson
    Holly Martinsonabout 2 years ago

    Really nice Jim, love the reflections and the lighting. Looks like a very pretty place to live.

  • Thanks Holly, I have many friends who have waterfront property and it has both it’s pro and cons, but I agree, it always looks inviting anyway.

    – Jim Phillips

  • © Janis Zroback
    © Janis Zrobackabout 2 years ago

    So very charming Jim….glad you are ploughing through the changes here….

  • Funny you should mention that, it took me forever to get this one uploaded Janis. Finally had to choose the old system for it to work.

    – Jim Phillips

  • Marsha Elliott
    Marsha Elliottabout 2 years ago

    Really nice scene. Is this your retirement home? :) Well done, Jim…..love the dramatic light.

  • Ha! I’m living in my retirement home right now. Thanks Marsha for the sweet comments.

    – Jim Phillips

  • LorusMaver
    LorusMaverabout 2 years ago

    A very fine rendition my Friend ! exciting dynamics in this piece .

    Warmest regards Bill

  • Very much appreciated Bill, thank you.

    – Jim Phillips

  • © Janis Zroback
    © Janis Zrobackabout 2 years ago

    I haven’t had any problem uploading…so far…at least you had the old style one to use

  • After the shock factor wore off, I haven’t had too much trouble moving around.

    – Jim Phillips

  • After the shock factor, I started moving around pretty easily.

    – Jim Phillips

  • Randy Sprout
    Randy Sproutabout 2 years ago

    Great shadows here my friend!

  • Glad you noticed Randy, thanks my friend.

    – Jim Phillips

  • Glad you noticed Randy….thanks buddy.

    – Jim Phillips

  • Redviolin
    Redviolinabout 2 years ago

    Beautiful work Jim

  • Sweet of you to say so Christine. Thanks dear.

    – Jim Phillips

  • WhiteDove Studio kj gordon
    WhiteDove Stud...about 2 years ago

    A delightful view…..looks so serene….

  • You’re like me….. it’s always more relaxing around the water. Thanks kj.

    – Jim Phillips

  • Irene  Burdell
    Irene Burdellabout 2 years ago

    Beautiful work Jim . x

  • Thanks so much Irene, you’re a dear for saying so.

    – Jim Phillips

  • Lynda Robinson
    Lynda Robinsonabout 2 years ago

    This is SOOOOO beautiful Jim! Stunning composition with a good balance of coolness and warmth, beautiful textures (just lovin’ those shadows on the end of the building too) and great light and shade! Gotta go into the faves my man!!!!

  • Well…..I’ll just be step’n in high cotton know’n I made it to one of Lynda Robinson’s special folders. That’s a compliment in itself Lynda to know you favored it. Ya’ll take care now.

    – Jim Phillips

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