Christina Tarkoff Oil Paintings

Painting the People & Places of Philadelphia & Beyond

Dilworth Splash

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Dilworth Splash

from 32.00

THE ORIGINAL PAINTING IS SOLD. Canvas Prints and Giclee Paper Prints are Available.

For inquiries and purchases, contact me at christina@christinatarkoff.com, or use our "add to cart" button!

The Original Painting size is 18x24 Inches, oil on stretched linen canvas. I use the highest quality artist oil paint on studio-wrapped stretched linen canvas. 

I loved making this painting!

The day this painting, "Dilworth Splash," takes place is is July 11, 2017. A typically hot summer day, with folks enjoying the sun and fun in the streets and parks of Philadelphia. So many kids and adults playing in the fountains around town. Colorful swim suits, kids creating all kinds of games. Chasing & splashing. The sun and colors so perfect! 

I had my trusty Nikon with me and thankfully I walked through Dilworth Park. I took a zillion photos of all the people having fun. This painting is a result of my memories of that day. 

Philadelphia is an awesome city. We have so much color, history and personality (Some good, some not so good.). I know I always say this, but I really love my adopted city and I love its array of beauty. 

"Dilworth Splash" is my latest visual testimony to the awe and wonder I see all around us. Everyday folks, living life everyday. No news cameras, no big speeches, just people being people. It is an honor to bring my visions to you through my work.

Today, more than ever, we all need to appreciate one another.

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THE ORIGINAL PAINTING IS SOLD. Canvas Prints and Giclee Paper Prints are Available.

For inquiries and purchases, contact me at christina@christinatarkoff.com, or use our "add to cart" button!

The Original Painting size is 18x24 Inches, oil on stretched linen canvas. I use the highest quality artist oil paint on studio-wrapped stretched linen canvas. 

I loved making this painting!

The day this painting, "Dilworth Splash," takes place is is July 11, 2017. A typically hot summer day, with folks enjoying the sun and fun in the streets and parks of Philadelphia. So many kids and adults playing in the fountains around town. Colorful swim suits, kids creating all kinds of games. Chasing & splashing. The sun and colors so perfect! 

I had my trusty Nikon with me and thankfully I walked through Dilworth Park. I took a zillion photos of all the people having fun. This painting is a result of my memories of that day. 

Philadelphia is an awesome city. We have so much color, history and personality (Some good, some not so good.). I know I always say this, but I really love my adopted city and I love its array of beauty. 

"Dilworth Splash" is my latest visual testimony to the awe and wonder I see all around us. Everyday folks, living life everyday. No news cameras, no big speeches, just people being people. It is an honor to bring my visions to you through my work.

Today, more than ever, we all need to appreciate one another.