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"Sundarbans" | Oil And Acrylic Painting in Paintings by Lynn Benson. Item made of canvas
"Sundarbans" | Oil And Acrylic Painting in Paintings by Lynn Benson. Item made of canvas
"Sundarbans" | Oil And Acrylic Painting in Paintings by Lynn Benson. Item made of canvas
"Sundarbans" | Oil And Acrylic Painting in Paintings by Lynn Benson. Item made of canvas
"Sundarbans" | Oil And Acrylic Painting in Paintings by Lynn Benson. Item made of canvas
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"Sundarbans" | Oil And Acrylic Painting in Paintings by Lynn Benson. Item made of canvas

Created and Sold by Lynn Benson

Lynn Benson

"Sundarbans" - Paintings

Price $2,800

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Estimated Arrival: April 30, 2024

Woman Owned

Made In USA

DimensionsWeight
36H x 48W x 1.5D in
91.44H x 121.92W x 3.81D cm
5.44 kg
12 lb

Oil on canvas; The sides are painted white to provide a clean edge as it hangs on your wall as is or it can be framed.
36" x 48"
"The Ganges River Delta is the world's largest, emptying monsoon rains and glacial melt through a labyrinth of coastal mangrove forests, also the world's largest. This area is an ecological masterpiece from space. Delicate but productive, mangroves are workhorses for the climate. They store huge quantities of carbon in their trees and thick peat soils" --Woods Hole Research Center, March 27, 2018

*NOTE: This painting can be paired with "San Joaquin" as a diptych, with "Sundarbans" on the right.

Item "Sundarbans"
Created by Lynn Benson
As seen in Creator's Studio, Kansas City, MO
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Lynn Benson
Meet the Creator
Wescover creator since 2023
"Playing at the edges of our world waters."

I was born on the US East Coast and when I was very young my mother drew a flight path map of my father's business trip to Australia, by way of cities and islands. This birds-eye view of our world surely influenced my fascination with the meandering lines where water meets land across the globe. For the last fourteen years my work has been focused on our fragile world waters as news stories of specific water places and issues drive me to respond...The steep challenges and consequences are real. The balancing of poetry and politics feeds and challenges me and my work. I now live near the confluence of rivers at Kansas City, Missouri. In 2010 I left the corporate world in order to establish an art studio near the rivers and to pursue this art life which has led me to exhibit works from Brooklyn to Hawaii. My water-focused works across a wide variety of media can be found in museum, corporate and university collections, as well as private collections across the United States.