Beacon Rock sits in the middle of the Columbia River © 2010 Pam Van Londen. Purchase at Etsy.
This large abstract landscape painting of Oregon and Washington’s famed Columbia Gorge includes a view of Beacon Rock as seen from Roster Rock State Park. It is based on a plein air oil painting completed in 2007.
Columbia River: Beacon Rock from Rooster Rock. Sold.
The technique uses a red-orange underpainting with loose brushstrokes on top. In some areas, iridescent pearl paint is added to remind viewers of the shiny reflections on the water and just-rained-on foliage, sand, and rocks and the glare of the sun as you drive past this unique vista.
The large 4-foot square format is suitable for hanging on a tall and wide wall where the viewing distance is 10 feet or more. Consider it for your dining room, entry hallway, or office foyer.
The surface is acrylic paint that wraps around the edges. The sturdy support is ready to hang with wire and two hooks. The price is $800 and includes shipping to anywhere inside of Oregon. Shipping to other states or countries is at the buyer’s discretion. Contact me to
rent this painting for $100 per month. .
Other small and large fine art paintings are available on Etsy, but if you’d like to view them in person,
contact me to set an appointment. $60 Purchase via PayPal. © Pam Van Londen 2014. Lincoln Beach 3. Original plein-air landscape painted in oil on 8×8-inch archival Claybord panel. Unframed.
I painted on the beach today and it was refreshing! Here are 8×8 daily paintings from Lincoln Beach. Number 3 was painted plein air and the others were painted at my campsite.
Mary’s Peak 11 Diptych, commissioned. © Pam Van Londen 2013
This latest commissioned acrylic on canvas of Mary’s Peak is helping fund my daughter’s trip to Greece to sing at a Choir Festival.
Here are some new works I’ll have for sale…please come to booth 169 and take a closer look!
Canyon Dreams 33. Abstract oil on 8×8-inch Claybord panel. Crow in the Canyon 2. Abstract oil on 8×8-inch Claybord panel. Crow in the Tree 1. A oil on 8×8-inch Claybord panel. Crow in the Tree 2. Abstract oil on 8×8-inch Claybord panel. Crow in the Tree 3. Abstract oil on 8×8-inch Claybord panel. Park Trees 15. Abstract oil on 8×8-inch Claybord panel. Park Trees 16. Abstract oil on 8×8-inch Claybord panel. Pear Plums Apple. Still life oil on 8×8-inch Claybord panel. Pear Plums Peach. Still Life on 8×8-inch Claybord panel. Quartzville Creek 5. Plein air oil on 8×8-inch Claybord panel. Quartzville Creek 6. Plein air abstract oil on 8×8-inch Claybord panel. Quartzville Creek 7. Plein air abstract oil landscape painting on 8×8-inch Claybord panel. Sandy River 2. Plein air oil on 8×8-inch Clabyord panel. Sandy River 1. Plein air oil on 8×8-inch Claybord panel. Santiam River 3.2. Plein air oil on 12×16-inch gallery-edged canvas. Valley Morning 13. Oil on 8×8-inch Claybord. Valley Morning 14 Vinyard. Abstract oil on 8×8-inch Claybord panel. Willamette River 31. Oil on 8×10.15-inch Claybord gallery-edged panel. Salsa 11. Oil on 8×8-inch Clayboard. Daisies At The Fence. Acrylic on 12x12x.5 gallery-edged archival canvas. Willamette River 1.2. plein air acrylic painting on 12×12-inch gallery-edged canvas. Mary’s Peak 9. Abstract acrylic on 12×12-inch gallery-edged canvas Willamette River 30. Plein air oil on 8×8-inch canvas panel. Willamette River 31. Plein air oil on 8×8-inch canvas panel. $64 © Pam Van Londen 2010, Nest of Prosperity 5.2, oil on 8×8-inch archival Claybord panel, unframed.
The original version of this painting was a ‘palette cleaner’…I used the paint left over from a previous painting. I’ve added more color now and like it so much better!
The colors are quite different from my regular palette. Some of you out there like earthier colors.
The original version of this painting was highlighted in the
Gazette-Times article about the First Thursday Art Walk for Nov 4, 2010. $300 © Pam Van Londen 2013 Santiam River 3.4 oil on gallery-edged canvas on 20 x 16 x 1 canvas, framed in dark brown wood.
I am painting new and repainting some old works to prepare for the
Corvallis Fall Festival, slated for Sept 28 and 29, 2013. I’ll be in booth 169 in the smaller circle. Please drop by and say hello. I will have framed and unframed daily paintings as well as some larger works. SOLD © 2013 Pam Van Londen. Daisies At The Fence. Acrylic on 12x12x.5 gallery-edged archival canvas. No need to frame.
An old wooden fence and a field full of Shasta daisies is a common scene in Oregon in the summer.
. $72. Purchase online via Credit Card at PayPal © Pam Van Londen 2013. Willamette River 1.2. Acrylic on 12x12x.5 gallery-edged archival canvas.
My first Willamette River painting was not so popular…the colors were subtle and perhaps dull. I’ve brightened them up and added some splash!
This brighter palette is how the river looks today on this very hot and sunny summer day.
$60. © Pam Van Londen 2013. Willamette River 31, acrylic on 8×8-inch panel, unframed, plein air. Purchase via PayPal with a credit card
Here’s another plein air painting from Clackamette Park. I’m adding this one and the previous painting to the
Daily Paintworks “Different Ways” challenge. $50 Purchase via PayPal. © Oregon Dunes 6. Pam Van Londen 2013. Oil on 9×12-inch canvas panel. Unframed.
Here’s another two from a new series of Oregon Dune paintings in oil.
$50 Purchase via PayPal. © Oregon Dunes 5. Pam Van Londen 2013. Oil on 9×12-inch canvas panel. Unframed. SOLD Coastal Drama Cannon Beach. © Pam Van Londen 2013. Oil on 8×8-inch Claybord panel. Unframed.
This new painting is a remake of an older painting, which I could not stand to look at anymore. This version has more drama and is much more fun to look at. The sand from the original plein air painting session is still visible, adding an interesting texture.
Purchase with PayPal. $60. Coastal Drama 3. © Pam Van Londen 2013. Oil on 8×8-inch Claybord.
A few years ago I did some plein air painting at Cannon Beach. Most of those panels sold. One did not, so I’ve revised it…and I like it so much better.
Here is the revision. The paint ought to be dry during the second week of May 2013.
SOLD. Canyon Dreams 33 © Pam Van Londen 2013. Oil on 8×8-inch canvas panel. Unframed.
One more in a long series of canyon vistas.
SOLD © Pam Van Londen 2013. Oil on 8×8-inch canvas panel.
Oregon’s Willamette Valley provides spectacular skies full of clouds that cast rich shadows on the valley floor.
This original oil painting should be ready to ship by May 5, 2013.
$60 Purchase via Pay Pal. Canyon Dreams 32. Oil on 8×8-inch canvas panel; unframed. © Pam Van Londen 2013.
This original oil painting is on an 8×8-inch canvas panel. It comes framed in black wood.
It refers to some canyon in an unknown location plus I made some of it up. It should be dry enough to ship by May 1, 2013.
SOLD © Pam Van Londen 2012, Turner 4, 8×8 Oil on Clayboard
The view from the farm in Turner is always spectacular! I’ve painted this composition before but I like this version better.
SOLD © Pam Van Londen 2010, Frazier Wetland 2, 8×8 Oil on Clayboard
Last weekend my daughter and I were enjoying the wetlands to paint and do homework. It was peaceful, but hard to paint due to having 2 dogs who want to greet all the passing dogs.
It was a very green day but of course, I like to find the hidden colors to paint.
$50 © Pam Van Londen 2010, Willamette River 29 Oil on 8×8-inch archival Claybord panel, unframed. Purchase frame separately. $35 © Pam Van Londen 2010, Willamette River 30, 7×5 oil on claybord
I enjoyed painting downtown on the waterfront today. Everyone was in a jolly mood while they biked/walked by with their dogs and kids.
Since it was warm outside, I worked in oils. These two should be dry in a week or so.
SOLD © Pam Van Londen 2010, Nest of Prosperity 9, 8×8 oil on claybord SOLD © Pam Van Londen 2010, Nest of Prosperity 10, 8×8 oil on claybord
It is that time of year when we want to see things growing, percolating, gestating. Let these nests encourage you to grow and prosper.
Other artisans have listed my work on their Etsy Treasuries this month.
It’s a Wash Landscape Impressionists Looking for Atlantis Looking for Winter Snow Love Sheep You Made in Oregon Things I Wish I Made Etsy Treasury Vegeterians Dream Whatever it Takes World is like a Grand Staircase Green Fantastic World Landscapes For Escapes 2 $64 © Pam Van Londen 2010, 18th Street Snow 3, 8×8 acrylic on Claybord $64 © Pam Van Londen 2010, Snowy Path, 8×8 acrylic on Claybord
The snow day afforded me the opportunity to lay low and work at the easel today. I enjoyed working with iridescent acrylics on the Ampersand Claybord panels.
$50 © Pam Van Londen 2010, Pears 2, 8×8 Acrylic on Clayboard SOLD © Pam Van Londen 2010, Pear 3, 8×8 Acrylic on Clayboard. Unframed.
I’m glad pears last a long time when sitting on the counter. I will keep painting this pair of pears until they are ready to eat.
Chef’s Jubilee Auction © Pam Van Londen 2010, Pear 1, 8×8 Acrylic on Clayboard
One of my friends/clients/art patrons has been looking at pear paintings, which motivated me to finally paint one. I have not painted a pear since I was in collage oh so many years ago.
This one is painted very loosely in acrylic on Claybord. I like painting as messily as possible….so much fun!
Tomorrow’s pear is red. Stay tuned.
SOLD © Pam Van Londen 2010, Valley Morning 11, 8×8 Acrylic on Claybord
Lately, I prefer acrylic over oil paint on the Claybord surface.
With it, I can still get a transparent underpainting that shows a lot of visual texture then pile up thicker paint on top to create a physical texture.
I have been treasured! Other Etsy artisans have chosen some of my work to show in their special lists of works.
December marks the end of my first 4 years selling work on Etsy.com. In that time I’ve have exhibited in 200 treasuries! Blues and Oranges Stunning Original Paintings Paintings for the Kitchen I Love Northern California Winter’s Goddess Wonderfully Natural Waiting for Something Special What is Real is Not Exceptional Tree Swirls Perfect Pastels Aqua Icicles on my Beak Sunday Sea this Water that Same Rocks Different POV Hiya Hay Howdy Hello Fire Poppy Blue Yellow Blue Red Gift Guide
$450 © Pam Van Londen 2007 Pismo Beach Garden acrylic on canvas on 24 x 36 x 1.5 canvas
As Corvallis residents walk around downtown during their work day or for holiday shopping, please stop and look at the local Etsy.com team’s window exhibit.
We have clothing, jewelry, prints, original visual art, and other hand-crafted goods on display and for sale on line at Etsy.com.
See my two shops:
PamVanLonden.etsy.com PaintedAbstractions.etsy.com December Etsy Window Exhibit Some of my larger works SOLD © Pam Van Londen 2010, Valley Morning 10, 8×8 Acrylic on Clayboard
The chilly morning with sunlight burning through the fog inspires me to paint! It is warm and cozy in the studio but I will have to venture out in the freeze to get the day’s list of chores taken care of.
This painting was stolen off the doorstep of its new owner when delivered. If you see it online or in person anywhere, please notify me or the local Police. Thank you.
SOLD © Pam Van Londen 2010, Willamette River 28, 12×12 acrylic on gallery-edged canvas
This painting was commissioned for a couple that floated the Willamette River years ago.
The technique here uses an alizarin crimson underpainting to keep the palette bright. Once dry, I layered thick and thin swirling and flat layers to build depth.
I’ve painted the edges of the canvas so the image wraps around it, allowing more view from the sides and top and bottom.
SOLD © Pam Van Londen 2010, Canyon Dreams 31, 8×8 oil on claybord
This painting is very abstracted and was painted without a reference…I just like to feel the brush strokes and don’t think too much about where they go.
$50 © Pam Van Londen 2010, Slot Canyon 1, 8×10 oil on canvas panel $50 © Pam Van Londen 2010, Slot Canyon 2, 9×12 oil on canvas panel $50 © Pam Van Londen 2010, Slot Canyon 3, 8×10 oil on canvas panel
What it is about slot canyons that create excite- ment? Perhaps it is the cool air, mystery around the corner, hidden treasures, and potential danger?
These paintings are abstracted and from my imagination. They represent a frontal and/or sky view with a raging river.