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Killarney, Ireland by Micah Mullen
Gap of Dunloe, Ireland by Micah Mullen
Birmingham, Alabama Theater District by Micah Mullen
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
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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.