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    Waiting For Sunset

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    Added 2016-10-16 09:35:34
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    The inspiration for this piece is the amazing Sunset Cliffs in San Diego,CA. I was captivated by the golden hues late one afternoon in February. I have watched the sun sink below the horizon in this place many times, resting on the rocks with a nip in the air. The splendor of that afternoon has a special place in my heart.

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    Name of Artist: Eyde Arndell
    Country United States
    Width (inches): 36
    Height (inches): 24
    Media Oil

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