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People are heading to the streams and rivers in search of gold, so here I've captured what they might find.


Experts say there is plenty to be had (but probably not enough for you to quit your day job.) To find the specks of gold or even a nugget or two, you will need the right equipment and keen sense of where to find it. Don't forget to dress for wet conditions, bring your hip boots during the summer and waders in the fall. You should also bring a pan the size of a dinner plate, a strainer and bottles to capture the gold.


This 11"x 14" original artwork was created with alcohol ink on Yupo paper.  The deep colors of blue and green highlighted by specks of metallic gold, will be a wonderful addition to your home or office.


Although original art work is sealed, please refrain from placing art in direct sunlight.


The artwork includes a 16" x 20" white beveled mat.  Frame is not included.


Please note, due to the fact that every computer monitor has a different capability to display colors and that everyone sees colors differently, the actual colors may vary. The photo shows the artwork as life-like as possible, but please understand the actual color may vary slightly from your monitor. 


Copyright by Lori Levine of Studio 1153, Manning, SC. All paintings (and prints) are signed and dated. All rights are reserved. No resale or reproduction rights are transferred with purchase. Please do not use this image or any others without express written consent from the artist.


Mining for Gold by the River's Edge by Studio 1153 - Alcohol Ink Painting

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