%Harry Warrick - %Author Artist and Trainer Harry Warrick

By Harry Warrick

Winter Tiger

Original Oil Painting

This original painting was a pleasure to create. I completed this painting on a cold morning when it was 20 degrees outside of my home and studio in Virginia Beach. I was a Tabb High School Tiger many years ago. Still to this day our mascot reminds me of simpler times, good friends, and the journey through youth.

If you have not experienced my art before thank you for coming to my website. I hope you enjoy your visit. To see all of my newest artwork as it is released, you can follow my art on Facebook.

I will also do my best to update my art here going forward. In the past I was depending on my listings of art here in my art gallery were you can view about 200 paintings. I also want to share a little about my art through short pages like this on my website. Finding these posts will be easiest when visiting my Facebook page

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You can get your art professionally printed on many different formats. More than just traditional print on canvas, metal, and wood.

I feel it important to have art in your life. Art that you connect with and that connect you to nature, and memories is a wonderful way to bring life to your home.

Few things can impact your life better than adding art to your home and work environments.

As an artist and collector of art myself I love how art that you connect with can improve your surroundings, moods, and lives.

You can also access the price sheet for this art here.


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