Paul D Cola Fine Art
Color is my day-long obsession, joy and torment.
SOLD The Birds
Inspired from the Alfred Hitchcock movie. "The Birds"
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1345 N. Palm Canyon Dr. Palm Springs.
SOLD! Crystal Blue
Inspired the fantastic blue waters of crater lake in Oregon.
SOLD! A splash of tequila Sunrise
Inspired by a mixologist at El Jefe bar, who made a big splash, tossing ice cubes, mid-air into a tequila sunrise.
Springtime In Montana
Inspired by the beauty of young grasslands and bluebell flowers of Montana during the spring.
SOLD! Gas Tornadoes
Inspired by flowing gases, that interact with surrounding rotating liquid, that create “Gas Tornadoes” above or underneath the ocean.
Carmel Sundae at The Beach
Inspired by the expression of pure joy and bliss, of a little girl eating a sundae at the beach.
SOLD! Remote at Peace
Inspired by the remote islands of Tristan da Cunha. The worlds most isolated settlement of Edinburgh of the seven seas.
SOLD! Inspired by two North African Camels, enjoying a romantic time within the shadows of the trees. Acrylic 48x36"
Inspired by chain islands, that are scattered throughout the Pacific Ocean, to include Polynesia.
SOLD! Taking Care Of Her Babies
Inspired by the light values of color, throughout the magnificent, Joshua Tree National Park.
The Grace Of A Whale
Inspired by the free spirit beauty of a blue whale.
Inspired by blue skies and fields of wild yellow Japanese flowers, named “Amur Adonis” that grows out of the snow, in parts of Asia.
Inspired by this beautiful bird, taking flight for the season.
Brush Strokes Of A Painter
Inspired by the morning light, during a plein air painting session in the desert.
April/ May Glow
Inspired by the sunrise light, cascading over the blooming dunes of Monterey Ca.
Night Time Over The Aleutian Islands
Inspired by a night time fly over of those islands.
Inspired by the naturally made islands that were created by volcanic eruptions on the ocean floor.
Inspired by the explosion of color, during super bloom season in Joshua Tree, California. Oil 24x18"