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High places are inspiring for humankind. The distant views and panoramas cause our souls to soar as if we were flying over the world below. For millennia, there has been an inner draw to the highest hills or mountains where our view of ourselves in the world is transformed to being above it all. While some get a feeling of power in these places, I feel a bit smaller. Especially when I fly in a plane, I feel like I’m insignificant in the world – not in a bad way at all – rather in a humbling way where respect for the millions of other souls below can be seen and felt at once. When I stand at an overlook like this one looking into North Carolina from the highest peaks of the Smoky Mountains, my joy is elevated, my spirit is realized, and I sense a closeness with the Creator. It is as if I’m standing in a gallery looking at His best work and saying, “Wow!” I acknowledge that His creativity moves me,  inspires me, and makes me feel special because He made me with the ability to notice and appreciate it all – and all the while – being in His presence. In “Evening Light,” I hope you are drawn to the Creator of the beauty that is before you. Whether panoramic vista or some mysterious creature,  it was all created just for you.      

~ Mark Keathley

18x27   S/N   (195):   $895 Framed  or   $695 Canvas
18x27   A/P    (25):  $1395 Framed  or  $1195 Canvas
18x27   P/P    (75):  $1195 Framed  or   $995 Canvas
18x27   P/E    (10):  $2195 Framed  or  $1995 Canvas
24x36   S/N    (95):  $1395 Framed  or  $1075 Canvas
24x36   A/P    (15):  $1995 Framed  or  $1675 Canvas

Above prices represent Publisher suggested issue release price.  Each Gallery is independently owned and operated and prices may vary
Also, Limited edition art may sell for higher prices on the secondary market after they are sold out      

Note: A/P edition is embellished by the artist.  Premier edition is embellished by the artist and has a special sketch on the verso side of the canvas.  There will not be a number on the canvas, instead, the artist will note that it is one of only ten on the reverse of the canvas.  Additionally, the Premier edition has a brass plate on the stretcher bar designating it as a Premier edition.