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Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Tulip Fields of Holland by Micah Mullen
Fall Barn in Boonton New Jersey by Micah Mullen
Horse at Watkins Road by Micah Mullen
Richmond, Virginia by Micah Mullen
Sagauro National Park by Micah Mullen
Sampson County Field by Micah Mullen
Saint Petersburg, Florida by Micah Mullen
Madison, Wisconsin by Micah Mullen
Key West Sunset by Micah Mullen
Golden Gate Bridge by Micah Mullen
Oakland Bay Bridge by Micah Mullen
Downtown Pittsburgh - Point State Park by Micah Mullen
Dingle, Ireland by Micah Mullen
Downtown Pittsburgh - Roberto Clemente Bridge by Micah Mullen
Cade's Land Trail Along the Eno by Micah Mullen
Willowemoc Creek by Micah Mullen
PNC Park - Downtown Pittsburgh by Micah Mullen
Portofino, Italy by Micah Mullen
Trading Cards by Micah Mullen
The Hero by Micah Mullen
Double Decker by Micah Mullen
The Crouching Tiger by Micah Mullen
The Column by Micah Mullen
Chicken by Micah Mullen
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About Micah Mullen
My paintings are centered on conceptualization evolving over time. For that reason it is important for me to devote equal or more time to each painting I do. Although my skills as an artist increase with each work, my creativity is also expanding. Therefore I must concentrate on painting longer so to accommodate for new ideas.
My style of painting involves creating a complicated background of hundreds of grids of varying colors. When done the background will loosely look the intended composition, From there I concentrate on adding detail to segments of the painting. This method allows me the most expression because different parts are all done at different times. For example a typical landscape composition might have twenty different trees. Painting all the trees during the same session will tend to create too many similarities and thus a boring composition. Patience and time allows my paintings to reflect my varying emotions and moods and in a strange way create a sense of balance and harmony in what are sometimes very detailed and confusing compositions.