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Ocean Sunrise Baby Onesie featuring the painting Pastel Sunrise by Audrey McLeod

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Pastel Sunrise Baby Onesie

Audrey McLeod

by Audrey McLeod





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Our baby onesies are made from 100% pre-shrunk cotton and are available in five different sizes.   All baby onesies are machine washable.

Design Details

This piece was painted from my trip to the ocean near Charleston. It appeared... more

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Pastel Sunrise Painting by Audrey McLeod


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Pastel Sunrise Acrylic Print

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Pastel Sunrise Greeting Card

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Pastel Sunrise iPhone Case

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Pastel Sunrise Throw Pillow

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Pastel Sunrise Duvet Cover

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Pastel Sunrise Shower Curtain

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Pastel Sunrise Tote Bag

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Artist's Description

This piece was painted from my trip to the ocean near Charleston. It appeared very bright as the sun crested the horizon. The reflections on the wet sand at the waters edge was so attractive, it begged to be painted. The bright blue of the sky and the orangey color of the sun's reflection posed a wonderful complement to each other. This gave a glow to the billowy clouds above.

About Audrey McLeod

Audrey McLeod

AUDREY MCLEOD - BIOGRAPHY Audrey McLeod has lived in the "Lowcountry" of South Carolina all her life. Even as a child she would be found drawing or painting and "making Art" in various ways. After high school she was accepted into an art school but went on to college, majoring in business. She continued to paint, taking workshops and studying with many prominent artists in the Carolinas and Georgia. Building on these lessons learned and encouraged by many friends, collectors, and instructors, she continues to pursue her art. Instructors have told her to "paint what you know and paint what you love". So, the scenes she creates focuses on color and light. The scenes vary and may be those of coastal landscapes and trees, local wildlife or...