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Ocean City, Maryland by Micah Mullen
Downtown Raleigh - City at Night by Micah Mullen
Navy Pier by Micah Mullen
Chicago Wells Street Bridge 2 by Micah Mullen
Chicago Wells Street Bridge by Micah Mullen
Downtown Raleigh - October Sunset by Micah Mullen
Chicago Sunset by Micah Mullen
Cassis, France 2 by Micah Mullen
Downtown Raleigh by Micah Mullen
Toledo, Ohio by Micah Mullen
Soco Falls by Micah Mullen
Portofino, Italy 2 by Micah Mullen
Portofino, Italy by Micah Mullen
Cassis, France by Micah Mullen
Cade's Land Trail Along the Eno by Micah Mullen
Raleigh - View from Chavis Park by Micah Mullen
West Virginia State Capitol by Micah Mullen
Heinz Field by Micah Mullen
Yates Mill 3 by Micah Mullen
Saint Petersburg, Florida by Micah Mullen
View from the Pacific Coast Highway by Micah Mullen
Sequoia National Park by Micah Mullen
Bald Head Island, Old Baldy Lighthouse by Micah Mullen
Bald Head Island, Loggerhead Sea Turtle 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.